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Last edited 18 Nov 2021
Grab hire lorry
A grab hire lorry service is a service for the removal of large amounts of rubbish. It can be used to dispose of rubbish created on commercial building sites and some home projects, such as large-scale landscaping and driveway repairs.
The pricing, the size of the containers and the removal techniques are the only differences between services for building sites or residential projects. Some grab lorry hires can transport three times the amount of material that a single building skip can.
Grab hire lorry services should perform in an environmentally friendly manner. Some firms will sort and recycle construction waste after it is collected. Some grab lorries can also supply basic raw building materials such as sand, gravel, rock and so on.
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