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Over the years, the government of different countries have tried to find sustainable solutions to save the environment. But, unfortunately, we have been a population that has been majorly dependent on plastic products.

Whether it is straw, plastic cups or any other plastic products, they are easy to use and harmful to the environment. Plastic emits a toxic gas that is extremely harmful to us and the environment.

One major issue with this is the improper discarding of waste. However, certain wastes, even some types of plastics, can be recycled if disposed of properly.

Segregation of Recyclable Waste

Waste that you can recycle needs to be segregated separately. But, unfortunately, it is hard and almost impossible to separate recyclable and non-recyclable waste from a huge mound.

It is the work of every person to make the whole process easier. However, such segregation becomes hard if the bin is not the right type.

To tackle this problem efficiently, Mobile Skips provides versatile skip bins for proper waste disposal. Now you can have a dedicated bin to dispose of your soft plastic items separately along with other recyclable waste.

Recycle Waste to Build a Better World

We at Mobile Skips are fully committed to the cause of a better world. That is why all our skip bins follow high sustainable standards. Furthermore, we ensure that our skip bins make it easy for users to discard their waste without hassle.

You can book your skip bin through our online platform or customer service call. We offer two different weight allowances for our 4m3 waste bins.

Based on the waste types and quantity you will generate, you can choose the dedicated skip bin. Once your waste bin is full, we will come and take it away for you. People or corporations that associate with us on a contractual basis will get their skip bins replaced once the old one is full.

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