Hiring a RORO Skip

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Got a lot of bulky waste to get rid of from your construction project? A roll on/roll off (RORO) skip hire from RTS is the answer.

We service Kent, London, and some parts of Surrey with the RORO skip – the ultimate in waste management solutions for the disposal of bulky construction waste. So, don’t mess around with multiple skips. Get one big container to dispose of it all!

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Why you should choose RTS for your RORO skip

We’ve got a bunch of different options to choose from, including open, enclosed, or compactor containers. But that’s not all you can expect from us:

  • Various sizes available, with 20 and 40 cubic yards being the most popular
  • All waste materials treated at our local waste transfer stations, with a focus on recycling or reusing 100% of your waste to reduce landfill and your environmental impact
  • 24/7 availability with real-time tracking to ensure your skip arrives on time for your project

A quick note: If you plan to place your skip on a public highway or road, you may require a permit. We’ve got that sorted too. Speak to our team today – we’ll guide you through the application process.

What can and can’t go into a RORO skip

If you’re planning to use a RORO skip for your waste disposal needs, it’s important to know what can and can’t go into the skip. To help you out, we’ve put together a guide outlining it all.

Be sure to give it a thorough read before renting your skip. to avoid any unexpected charges or issues.


Roll On/Roll Off Etiquette – 4 things to remember with RORO hire

Correct size, Adequate access

Make sure the skip is the appropriate size for your site or location. Always make sure you allow access for the lorry to drop off and collect your skip.


Choose a safe location for your skip that is not directly below trees and is not on a public highway. Unlike regular skips, RORO skips cannot be placed on public highways for any reason.

Waste compliance

Remember, you are responsible for the contents of your skip, so make sure that the waste you put in, is suitable and complies with our terms and conditions.


Please note that overloading your skip can be hazardous, so always make sure you don’t exceed the maximum capacity. If a skip is overloaded, our lorry drivers may refuse to remove it or remove excess waste from the RORO, which could incur an additional charge.