Need rubbish removal services in East Calder? - HIPPO can help
Whether you’re looking for rubbish removal for lots of heavy waste or a small amount of light waste, HIPPO has a solution for you. With a range of rubbish removal solutions in East Calder, we’re sure to have an option that fits your budget all of which come with the peace of mind that HIPPO is taking care of everything.
Our strong and sturdy HIPPOBAGs can be purchased online or in-store from your favourite DIY shop. Arriving neatly flat-packed, HIPPOBAGs can be easily stored until you need them (removing the need to wait around for a skip) and filled at your own pace. When it comes to collection, simply book online 24/7 or give our friendly team a call. Our purpose built and wonderfully yellow collection vehicles have cranes that can reach over walls and hedges meaning you can position your HIPPOBAG in a convenient place for you - you don’t even need to be home for collection.
Need help with the heavy lifting? HIPPO’s Man and Van service, ‘Here to Clear’, is rubbish removal with labour included. A two man team of trained and uniformed HIPPO employees will arrive in one of our purpose built and branded vehicles to clear your rubbish and dispose of it responsibly. If you want a Man and Van service in East Calder you can trust, come to HIPPO.
If you have a significant volume of heavy waste from projects such as large-scale landscaping, building projects or major renovation, then a skip may be perfect for you. Available in 6, 8 or 12-yard sizes, just pick the one that’s right for you and we’ll take care of the rest, including the permit if needed - skip hire in East Calder really couldn’t be easier.
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How does HIPPO care for the environment?
Over 95% of our waste is recycled
Using carefully selected partners at Waste Transfer Stations across the UK we're able to recycle as much waste as possible
Carbon footprint reduction
In 2017 we've managed to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by an impressive 6%