Derbyshire's Largest Privately Owned Waste Management Company
Peak Waste Recycling And Skip Hire in Derbyshire
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Peak Waste Recycling, Skip Hire in Derby & surrounding areas, are Derbyshire's largest privately owned waste management company. We operate a large fleet of modern, well maintained vehicles providing an extensive range of skips and containers. Let our experienced staff advise you on what equipment will best meet your waste disposal requirements.
We also offer Recycling in Derby & surrounding areas, including cardboard recycling, plastics recycling and paper recycling.
We have rubber crumb for sale, excellent for horse ménages and also children’s playgrounds. Free local delivery within 5 miles of Ashbourne. Delivered in 1 ton bags.
Confidential Waste Shredding, 660 Litre Wheelie Bins, 1100 Litre Wheelie Bins, 4 yard skips, 8 yard skips, 14 yard skips, 25 yard Rollon offs, 40 yard Rollon offs, Hazardous Waste Removal.
Skip Hire Derbyshire including:
Book Online - Skip Hire in Ashbourne, Skip Hire in Alfreton, Bakewell, Belper, Burton, Buxton, Castleton, Castle Donnington, Chesterfield, Darley Dale, Derby, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Ilkeston, Kilburn, Leek, Matlock, Melbourne, Uttoxeter.
Peak Waste Recycling began over 30 years ago, a family run business always aiming to offer an excellent service. Our expertise and innovation within the industry allows us to remain a step ahead of the competition.
Our Services What we do
Waste DisposalRead More
Landfill Tax has risen considerably over the last several years, having our own Material Recycling Facility enables us to avoid sending any waste to Landfill.Read More
Any mixed waste passes through a picking line where recyclable material is removed, it is then shredded, trommelled to remove the smaller fractions.Read More
We supply a range of skips from 4yd midi skips to 40yd Rollon-off containers, delivered quickly and efficiently.
For domestic use, we recommend either, a 4yd midi skip (picture 1) or a 8yd builders skip (Picture 2). These can be placed on your property or on the road (pending a permit obtained from the local council).