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Waste Management Services from Hippowaste. Find out how we use the innovative HIPPOBAG to collect, recycle and dispose of your business waste.

Waste Management Services from Hippowaste. Find out how we use the innovative HIPPOBAG to collect, recycle and dispose of your business waste.

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  • 1. HIPPOWASTE Our Products & Services
  • 2.
    • The HIPPOBAG™
    • How to ‘cuff’ the bag
    • Where to position the bag
    • What can go in the bag
    • How to fill the bag
    The Toolbox Talk
  • 3.
    • The bags come in 3 sizes:
    • MIDIBAG
    • MEGABAG
    • HIPPOSKIP
    • Made of virgin polypropylene, which is 100%
    • recyclable, extremely strong and durable.
    • .
    • For insurance purposes they are stress tested to a 5*
    • limit and can only be used for a single use.
    The Bags
  • 4. Bag Specification
    • MIDIBAG
    • 1 yard, 1 tonne
    • Heavy waste, such as roofing
    • Smaller jobs, such as painting or decorating or boiler replacements
    • Ideal for plasterboard segregation
    • MEGABAG
    • 1.5 cubic yards, 1.5 tonnes
    • Designed for bathroom rip outs, also ideal for doors and windows
    • HIPPOSKIP
    • 4.5 cubic yards, 1.5 tonnes
    • Ideal for bulky, light waste
    • Holds entire kitchen rip-out
  • 5. How the process works Open the bag Purchase the bags from any good DIY store. The HIPPOBAG is an immediate waste container and can be stored until needed. 1 Fill it up Minimal disruption to your day, the bag avoids the need to double handle waste and keeps the premises tidy. 2 We collect Once the collection is booked, HIPPOWASTE will collect the bag within 3 working days . 3
  • 6. The benefits of the HIPPOBAG
    • No downtime
      • immediate waste container
      • keep on site or in the back of van
      • no waiting for skips to arrive or be cleared
    • Reduced spend
      • no paying for wasted space in a skip
      • no double handling
      • place on site so no need for a skip permit
    • Customer Satisfaction
      • tidier than loose waste
      • prompt collection service
    • Improved environmental performance
      • high recycling rates
      • reduced carbon footprint
  • 7. Filling the bag
    • Open and ‘cuff’ the HIPPOBAG
    • Fill corners first with heavy items so the weight is distributed evenly.
    • Fill the bag to the top but don’t overfill it.
    • The MEGABAG is designed for bathroom rip-outs; put the bath in first and pack other waste in and around it
    • Please don’t use ‘greedy boards’ and overload bag
  • 8. Positioning the HIPPOBAG
    • Access to the road must be at least 4m
    • The HIPPOBAG cannot be positioned more than 4m from the kerb
    • Make sure the handles are left clear
    • Do not obstruct the HIPPOBAG with parked cars, cables or trees etc.
    • Nothing over 6’ high must be in between the road and the bag, or we may not be able to lift it
  • 9. Positioning the HIPPOBAG
    • DON’T:
    • Leave the HIPPOBAG on the road, pavement or verges without prior permission from the local council
    • Overfill the HIPPOBAG
    • Include any hazardous waste
    • Position the bag out of reach or up a block paved driveway
  • 10. The collection
    • Bags are collected by a 26 ton DAF lorry as standard, a 7.5 ton van is available for restricted access roads (surcharge applies)
    • Drivers will assess the contents of each bag before attempting to lift it
    • The driver will work with you to ensure successful collection but their decision is final!
  • 11. What can go in the bag
    • Yes please
    • Wood
    • Plastic
    • Metal
    • Inert
    • MDF/Chipboard
    • Glass
    • Card/Paper
    • Rubble/Soil
    • Carpets
    • Plasterboard 1
    • WEEE 2
    • Mastic Tubes 3
    • No thanks
    • Asbestos
    • Gas Canisters
    • Food
    • Paint Tins 4
    • Solvent Containers
    • Fluorescent Light Bulbs
    • Fridge Freezers
    • TV’s
    • Batteries
    • Tyres
    1 Plasterboard – new legislation means plasterboard must be separated from other waste streams 2 WEEE Material can be put in HIPPOBAG’s but HIPPOWASTE require notification before collection 3 Mastic Tubes can be put in HIPPOBAGS but tubes need to be empty with nozzle cut off 4 Paint tins can be put in HIPPOBAGS as long as they are ragged out first.
  • 12. Plasterboard legislation
    • Small amounts of plasterboard can be placed in a clear bag on top of a HIPPOBAG so it can easily be separated and recycled later.
    • Large amounts of plasterboard can be put in a different HIPPOBAG away from other waste streams.
    • The EA clearly states:
      • “ This material must not be land-filled with
      • biodegradable waste. Producers of gypsum waste
      • should separate it for recovery and recycling”.
  • 13. Environmental credentials
    • ISO14001 and ISO9001 accredited
    • Licensed waste carrier
    • High recycling rates – contributing to recycling targets at a local level
    • Network of closely monitored and regulated waste transfer stations
    • Advisory to the Environment Agency and on Duty of Care legislation
    • Active promoter of anti fly-tipping and pro-recycling
  • 14. Support services
    • Additional support available:
    • Tool box talks
    • Fitter or user guides
    • Account Management and on-site support
    To contact us: Tel: 0800 068 9386 Email: [email_address]