At MHF we pride ourselves on having a large amount of high quality roll on off bins in stock for all budgets. We hold everything from a brand new 40 yard to a high quality used HL5 bottle bank so give us a call to find out more.
Here at MHF (UK) Ltd we’re proud to offer the largest stock of high quality, new and used demountable bins, skips and containers for sale and for hire in the UK. We even supply or hire trailers to mount them.
Roll on Roll off (RORO) or hook-lift bins are larger than traditional skips and are therefore most suited to firms in the commercial and industrial sectors that need to dispose of high-volume waste and recycling materials. We also stock multi-mover trailers and bottle recycling bins.
The capacity of our bins and skips is varied, ranging from 4 – 50 yards. They can therefore accommodate a huge amount of waste. Bins are also available in standard and heavy-duty reinforced builds. Contact us to discuss your requirements.
Such large units bring many benefits to a business – you’ll be able to reduce waste management costs, minimise the number of collections on site (meaning less disruption to operations) and you’ll also reduce your carbon footprint.
Points to consider when choosing the size of your bin, skip or container are whether you have the space on site for it to be delivered, stored and manoeuvred.
A 20-yard bin or skip will hold approximately 200-220 standard black bin bags of waste and a 40-yard bin will hold roughly 440 bin bags of waste.
As with all our products, the bins, skips and containers that we stock are suitable for use on a wide range of projects in the commercial and industrial sectors.
MHF (UK) Ltd is committed to providing practical, reliable and, essentially, affordable waste management solutions to meet our clients varied needs.
We supply a lot of scaffolding companies with scaffold flats; these can either be the standard 21’ beds or custom built to suit your specific requirements. They can also be hook or cable compatible – we have found that a lot of scaffold companies are moving away from the more traditionally used cablelift trucks, preferring hooklift vehicles instead.