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Reduce your bulky rubbish removal costs

Posted on July 23, 2020

Getting rid of bulky rubbish can be expensive! Below are our top tips on how to save some money when you next need to get rid of some bulky waste. Can it be reused? Why not donate it to one of a number of charities that will send a van to your home to collect. […]

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Contactless Clearances

Posted on May 29, 2020

These are very strange times. Since the lock-down was announced by the UK Government in mid March, we have been busy working on our “NO CONTACT” safe waste collection procedures. This means we are able to provide Contactless Clearances and continue with our waste removal services quickly and safely. How we are supporting Contactless Clearances: […]

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Sharps Risk Assessment Advice

Posted on May 26, 2020

Around 100,000 needlestick injuries are reported every year in the UK. A needlestick or sharps injury could have severe mental and health consequences. Therefore, it’s vital that you take appropriate actions to eliminate or reduce the risk of an injury. To help achieve this, you must carry out a sharps risk assessment. This article will […]

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Bulky Waste Disposal during Coronavirus outbreak

Posted on May 4, 2020

With so many of us now based at home, the amount of bulky waste coming out of households is arguably higher than ever – as we declutter, home improve and sort out our gardens. However, just like so many other things in our lives, the Coronavirus crisis is significantly affecting bulky waste disposal. It’s become […]

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Removing Waste: Regulation & Best Practise for Contractors

Posted on January 27, 2020

When contractors carry out work at a customer’s property, they often create waste that needs to be disposed of. A simple alternative to hiring a skip or using a man & van waste collection company – particularly for smaller amounts of waste – is to put it in your own van and take it to […]

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Fly Tipping Facts and Penalties

Posted on March 12, 2019

According to government statistics, over 1,000,000 fly-tipping incidents are dealt with by councils each year – the equivalent of nearly 114 every hour! Nearly two-thirds of reported incidents involve household waste, and around a third were of a vanload or less. The total cost to authorities was £58 million – that is approximately £2 for […]

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How to Overcome Skip Permits

Posted on January 22, 2019

To ensure public safety on highways, local councils require permits to be in place for skips placed on public roads. This is to minimise any hazards, obstructions and danger to both the pedestrians, residents and drivers. Carrying out renovation work to your property can sometimes pose a challenge when you have no driveway or front […]

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Recycling Christmas Waste Guide

Posted on December 21, 2018

Christmas is less than a week away, and whilst that brings excitement, joy, and families together, it also brings a lot of packaging and food waste. In this Recycling Christmas Waste Guide, we are going to tell you what you can and can’t recycle this Christmas, with a few handy tips thrown in about waste […]

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What are Waste Transfer Notes?

Posted on March 12, 2018

  Waste Transfer Notes comprise of detailed information, completed at the time of transfer between two parties. A detailed account stating accurate information about what materials have been collected, what volume, when, where, and by who, outlining the following information: The waste carriers registered number The collection date, time and address The overall description of […]

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How to avoid rogue rubbish collectors

Posted on March 9, 2018

Rogue rubbish collectors are a problem throughout the UK. Most rogue rubbish collectors are also responsible for the illegal act of fly tipping. Of course, you certainly don’t want to work with the likes of these, but how do you spot one out? The practices used by rogue rubbish collectors are almost always illegal. Commonly, […]

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