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John Baker replied to Eugene Baston's discussion Question: How many builders' bags of green waste......
"I would go higher than either Chris or Kieran, as you will be compacting it and letting the contents knit together, as well as the stuff breaking up smaller as the early loads dry...say 30, but if you report 50 I wouldn't be surprised."
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Chris Auld replied to Eugene Baston's discussion Question: How many builders' bags of green waste......
"A typical 12 yard skip has a capacity of 9.17m3 (according to this website: http://www.rabbitgroup.co.uk/skip_sizes.html) and a typical builders bag (90cmx90cmx90cm) has a capacity of 0.729m3 so technically you can fit 12 full bags in and have just…"
48 minutes ago
Andrew Baker replied to Chris's discussion Vat registered or not?
"We are a maintenance business. You do NOT have to pay 20% VAT. Get on the flat rate scheme and pay 12% VAT while your turnover is less than 230k per year(on invoices, for the tax man, you still state VAT as 20%, but only need to up your prices to…"
1 hour ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion Vat registered or not?
"Thanks Neil"
1 hour ago

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Stuart Land-Scape.co.uk replied to Eugene Baston's discussion Question: How many builders' bags of green waste......
"don't know about your neck of the woods, but the only thing a grab is good for around my area is vegetation free soil and rubble, contaminated waste (green stuff etc) costs a fortune to grab and landfill, so it's just not an option. i have…"
1 hour ago
Billy Goat replied to Andrew Michael Palmer's discussion Opinions - Foreign staff
"Have you thought about enquiring to your local horticultural college? If I was expanding I would look there for the following reasons: 1. Trained staff with an interest in the business 2. Government backing with grants available for employees under…"
1 hour ago

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Seth Burgess replied to Daniel Lampard's discussion Question for the younger gardener!
"Avon associates who are local I'm not sure if they'll do wider areas or not."
1 hour ago
Daniel Lampard replied to Daniel Lampard's discussion Question for the younger gardener!
"I think a big problem is my van It's. 2009 mercedes sprinter What broker did you use Seth?"
2 hours ago

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Opinions - Foreign staff

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