At RB Haulage we offer delivery options with our truck mounted cranes and tippers. They can remove and deliver materials to almost any location, whether there's easy access or over a wall or hedge!

If you require waste to be cleared, like hardcore, mixed rubble, soil, mixed waste or tarmac, or need a supply of building materials such as recycled products, new aggregates, top soil, sand, stone, scalpings and much more for a building project, our fleet of grab lorries are ideal for the job. We also supply carefully selected loose, top quality aggregates that can be either tipped or grabbed on site.

The Clamshell Bucket – Easy removal and delivery of soil, stone, tarmac, etc.

The Clamshell Bucket makes light work of delivering or removing soil, stone and rubble or pretty much any other building or waste material from a property or building site. With its powerful, wide opening buckets, the clamshell bucket is more than capable of shifting any unwanted materials from site quickly and easily.

Muckaway Service – Waste removal of hardcore and mixed rubble, soil, tarmac, etc.

Our Muckaway service is designed for the removal of inert, hardcore, mixed rubble and tarmac, etc. Grab lorries are the most economical method of waste removal, as you won't need an excavator or loading shovel to load the lorry. Our grab lorries can remove waste within an approximate 5 metre reach.

We provide a very flexible and competitive muckaway service and can charge by the load, day or hour. As we are a fully licensed registered waste carrier, all our waste material is disposed of at registered landfill facilities.

Thinking of hiring a skip? Did you know that as well as the need to load them yourselves, skips can require permits, lighting and signage. With grab loaders you can just pile up your waste building materials or rubbish in an area suitable for our vehicle to pull up beside and leave the rest to us...

No Fuss – More Economical than hiring a skip and Flexible

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