Offering Waste Paper Collection Services | Cape Town
Skips are a Convenient Option for Office Paper Disposal
It can be challenging to figure out how to get rid of old and unwanted bulk paper in an office setting. Not only are large amounts of paper generally awkward to work with, but once out the filing cabinets and storage boxes, you then need to figure out the best way of disposal. Weekly municipal collection services are most likely unsuitable for bigger office clean-out projects. And whilst staff and company vehicles can be used for ferrying waste paper to municipal sites, it is important to consider if such tasks are really the best use of company time and resources.
Hiring a mini skip bin is one convenient solution. Our ‘we drop, you fill, we collect’ approach offers a simple solution to waste paper collection for a Cape Town business. Have a skip dropped off at the most convenient location for your staff and have it filled up by your team. That’s it! SkipIt Green takes over from there and manages the waste disposal.
Our back-to-back and multiple skip hire options make your larger paper disposal projects even more convenient; there will be no need to stagger your clean outs or clutter your premises waiting days for a skip to arrive. Fast and efficient.
Waste Paper Collection for Homeowners
It’s a common practice to store away newspapers and books in a box or shelf somewhere in the home. Boxes and product packaging may be kept in the garage, saved for some possible use down the line. But when it comes to relocating or spring cleaning, it’s often surprising at the amount of space taken up by just paper over the years!
And, when you finally get all your books and magazines separated and organized, you may still end up with a pile of literature that’s no longer needed. If you can’t sell it or donate it, or don’t want to take the time to try, some extra help may be in order.
Granted, Cape Town homeowners don’t always consider hiring a skip for waste paper collection needs. However, our SkipIt Green mini skips are reasonably sized and driveway-friendly – excellent for homeowners, renters, businesses, and anyone else requiring a user-friendly waste management solution.
A Responsible, Legal Approach to Waste Paper Collection in Cape Town
Environmentally conscious values drives our team at SkipIt Green to make sure your waste and scrap paper gets disposed legally and responsibly, every time. We take pride in knowing that our all our clients have their paper disposed at only registered facilities and drop-off sites that operate lawfully under the City of Cape Town.
After all, the growing trend of paper pollution is no secret. Paper ranks as the second most littered object preceded by only fast food packaging. Responsible disposal is a must for every home and business in South Africa.
With SkipIt Green, you can expect a clear-cut process, competitive rates, and personalized customer service when hiring us for collecting your paper waste. Get in touch today.
What Our Customers Say
We have used SkipIt Green on numerous occassions, when cleaning out our garage or felling trees etc. and they have been consistently great. They are always punctual with their agreed drop off and collection times, and their service is refreshingly friendly and efficient. We can highly recommend them!
SkipIt Green has been fantastic to work with, their service is outstanding and are always on time. I would recommend their service to anyone.
Here are some types of waste paper we collect:
Paper comes in many shapes and forms. At SkipIt Green, we are quite flexible with the types of paper waste we collect – including, but not limited to:
- Printed commercial and office paper
- Index cards and carbonless paper
- Books, newspapers and magazines
- Corrugated boxes and product packaging
- Moulded paper pulp (such as egg cartons)
Disposing cardboard? Here’s a quick tip:
“Cardboard is not as malleable as paper and can result in a good deal of air pockets when loaded in a skip for waste paper collection. Flatten cardboard boxes and use them to line the floor of the skip instead.”