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Christmas Opening Hours

Christmas & New year’s Opening Hours Please find below our opening hours over the festive period. From all the staff here at Skips R Us we wish you a Merry Christmas & a Prosperous New Year! Monday 24th December ... Read More
22nd December 2018Latest News



10th Year Anniversary!!

Last week marked the 10th year Anniversary here at Skips R Us.  Skips R Us are developing into one of Northern Ireland’s major waste management companies. For the customers & supporters, we couldn’t have done it without you throughout the years. See below a short Video of how our business has ... Read More
24th November 2018Latest News


Quick video of us shredding & screening waste timber to produce high quality wood chip for use as environmentally friendly fuel for Biomass energy production
12th May 2018Latest News


Skips R Us are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for two Sustainable Ireland Awards; "Waste Management Team of the Year", and "Waste Management & Environmental Excellence". We would like to thank our committed workforce, suppliers, and our customers for helping us grow and compete with ... Read More
18th November 2017Latest News


The two latest pieces of equipment to join our plant; a Powerscreen Warrior, and an Mobile Extec crusher to help us crush concrete and inert wastes. putting suitable wastes through this process, allows the waste to be 100% recovered and reused diverting up to 1,500 tonne a week from landfill, ... Read More
28th October 2017Latest News


Introducing our new Doppstadt AK-550 Multi II, the latest addition to our extensive plant this machine is designed to shred timber to a high quality wood chip in a more efficient manner than our previous equipment. The shredder consists of almost 40 Shredding hammers which allow it to shred up ... Read More
21st October 2017Latest News



Why Shred Waste?

There are two reasons why we shred, firstly, shredding timber allows us to sell the wood chip to Biomass companies such as Tyrone Energy Ltd who then burn it in specialised burners and capture the energy given off in the process, before converting it and storing it as electrical energy ... Read More
19th May 2016Latest News