Domestic Customers

Household and Garden Waste Removal

With local depots across Scotland and North East England, The NWH Group is in a prime position to offer household and garden waste removal services in your area.

We provide a wide range of solutions for domestic customers, including fast and efficient skip hire; grab hire for difficult removal, muck shifting or uplift jobs, and volumetric concrete delivery.

Our flexible, professional teams are committed to providing an exceptional level of customer service and are on hand to assist you now.

We offer a range of skip sizes from a builders skip right up to a 40-yard roll on roll off (RORO) skip.

Should you wish to hear more about our services or for a no-obligation quotation, please select your service from the tiles below and we will send you your tailored quote.

All of our domestic services are on-demand: complete your quote online today and we’ll get back to you within 4 business hours.



There are plenty of reasons to choose The NWH Group. We’ve set ourselves apart from the competition by offering a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Convenient domestic waste removal solutions, from skip hire to our rapid wait & load and grab hire services.
  • The delivery of building materials arranged around your schedule (both concrete and recycled aggregate are available).
  • Reliable muck shifters and tippers to help you move materials during landscaping or construction projects.
  • A dedicated team with 50 years’ experience in providing professional, flexible domestic waste management services to homes across Scotland and the North East.
  • Our dynamic pricing policy, saving you money on domestic skips if you live locally or on an existing delivery route.



The NWH Group is a CIWM (Chartered Institution of Waste Management) Affiliated Organisation, reflecting our commitment to sustainable resource and waste management. View our certificate and learn about the standards that we are required to meet as a CIWM Affiliated Organisation here.

We are also certified by the Environment Agency (England) and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).

Any further questions? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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