Roll on Roll off Skips Explained

Roll on Roll off (RORO) skips are highly beneficial in the construction industry for removing large quantities of waste in a quick, easy and tidy manner, keeping your site free from debris when looking to clear your premises of construction and building waste. Often, these are a more cost-effective option than larger, more conventional skips.

To help you understand exactly what RORO skips are, together with why they might be right for you and your project, we’ll be presenting you with everything you need to know about RORO skips.

What is a RORO skip?

Roll on Roll off skips have the appropriate capacity to hold copious amounts of construction waste. RORO skips are the more appropriate choice if you find yourself ordering numerous 12-yard skips. Just as the name suggests, they can be rolled on and off a truck for easy transportation and manoeuvring, leaving it in a location suitable for your project.

RORO skips are also long and rectangular, unlike conventional 12-yard skips, for example. This enables a RORO skip to take waste of varying sizes and shapes for your absolute convenience. Depending on the size you go for, it may be that only one RORO skip will suffice for the project you’re undertaking, which could save you money.

RORO skip

What are RORO skips used for?

A RORO skip would be ideal for a multitude of uses, including:

  • Large construction projects
  • Vast home improvements
  • Property developments
  • End of tenancy clean-ups
  • Shop fittings

You can discuss your needs with one of our professionals, we will ensure that you hire the right skip for your needs, so you won’t be wasting time or money ordering one which is too big or too small. We’ll always be happy to talk you through the options we have.

The benefits of hiring a RORO skip

In comparison to more conventional skips, roll on roll off skips are often more cost-effective and efficient, particularly when dealing with large amounts of waste. Advantages of RORO skips include:

  • Large amounts of waste in different shapes and sizes can be placed in a RORO skip
  • They’re highly cost-effective in comparison to traditional skips
  • RORO skips are more efficient when it comes to disposing of large amounts of waste
  • On-site disruption will be minimised as you may only need one RORO
  • You’ll be able to reduce your carbon footprint by ordering one as opposed to ordering several 12-yard skips

Before ordering a RORO skip, however, you must first ensure that your site is able to accommodate a skip of this size. You can enquire further by getting in touch with a member of our team; we’ll be able to provide you with more information to help you make your decision.

What sizes do ROROs come in?

Here at Camiers we’re proud to offer RORO skips in a variety of different sizes to help cater for your construction or demolition project, no matter how large-scale it is. The RORO skip sizes we have available include:

  • 20 yard
  • 30 yard
  • 40 yard

Camiers have over 45 years’ of experience in the industry, offering waste management solutions to customers throughout Aylesbury and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re looking to make full use of our RORO skip hire, or enquire about commercial skip hire, get in touch with a member of our team today – we also aim to recycle 100% of the waste we collect in order to be as eco-friendly as possible for your peace of mind.