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message that McKinstry Skip Hire Ltd is a company that takes reducing waste seriously It is to be commended that ten years ago this company was sending approximately 90% of their waste to landfill and they are now recycling approximately 85% of all materials received in their yard.  By signing this commitment today they have pledged to increase their recycling further to 95% in 2012." In 2008 McKinstry Skip Hire Ltd completed building a modern recycling facility that specialises in the collection of dry waste materials such as cardboard, paper, scrap metal, plastic and wood. This means that instead of burying it in the ​ground, this recycled waste can be turned into useful commodities
McKinstry Skip Hire Ltd has seen the value in what others perceive as worthless “rubbish” and can now turn these materials into valuable resources.  This is good for the local economy and for the environment and will help meet EU targets and avoid costly fines. McKinstry Skip Hire Ltd is the fifth and one of the largest waste management companies to sign up to this commitment and I would urge other companies to follow suit and halve the waste they send to landfill.
Environment Minister Edwin Poots today congratulated McKinstry Skip Hire Ltd in signing up to the “Halving Waste to Landfill” initiative. The Minister visited the waste management company which is based in Nutts Corner, where he had an opportunity to tour the recycling facility and witness them signing the “Halving Waste to Landfill” commitment. By supporting this commitment and delivering against it the company is pledging to play their part in halving the amount of construction, demolition and excavation waste going to landfill by2012. This gives an organisation the
opportunity to improve performance, reduce carbon footprint and show itself to be a leader in the sustainability arena. Mr Poots said: "I welcome the opportunity to witness the signing of this commitment.  This sends a very clear

McKinstry Sponsor Ulster Grand Prix

Title sponsor of the Ulster Grand Prix 2011, McKinstry Skip Hire, is one of the leading waste management organisations in Northern Ireland. The company was founded in 1970 by the late Mr. Albert (Tiny) McKinstry and is now managed by his sons Darren and Mark. Here, they take a moment to tell us how business is going and why they’re delighted to lend their support to the Ulster Grand Prix for the .............

McKinstry Announce New Lisburn Envirocare Venture

McKinstry Skip Hire, one of the largest waste management operations in N.I., have teamed up with contractors, R Heatrick Ltd, for a joint venture to operate under the name Lisburn envirocare.


The new venture has already got off to a successful start, having secured a haulage service contract with ARC21.

McKinstry Skip Hire v Dundrod F.C. Football Match

26th August 2011 saw the McKinstry Skip Hire lads take on the local Football Club Dundrod to a nail biting and hair raising game of Football. Darren McKinstry Director of McKinstry Skip Hire said "It was a great success of Team building for his lads and also to build relations in the local community".  The Dundrod lads took the Cup after winning 3 - 1.  Darren McKinstry also commented "That he was happy all had gone so well, congratulations to Dundrod FC who he thought were lucky".
Nutts Corner based waste management company McKinstry Skip Hire has won an export deal, in conjunction with Gloucestershire based Boomeco Limited, to supply recycled woodchip to Sweden. The first shipment will see nearly 2500
tonnes of processed recycled wood, sourced mainly from McKinstry’s ever expanding
construction sector client base, loaded onto a Boomeco freighter at Belfast harbour
to be shipped to a StoraEnso paper mill in Sweden.........
Local Waste Management Firm Wins Pioneering Woodchip Export Deal