Waste collection & management
Commercial waste management completely taken care of, sustainably.
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Solutions fit for any organisation
As one of the UK’s leading commercial waste collection companies, we have a solution to suit you whatever your size or sector
For small to medium enterprises
For large businesses and organisations
For local authorities
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Do I need a general waste contract?If you are a business or organisation generating any type of waste then yes. Under UK law, you have a duty of care to store waste safely and to ensure it is collected and disposed of responsibly using a licensed waste carrier.
How do you deal with commercial waste?Agree a waste collection and disposal contract with a licenced carrier. Then sort and store your waste safely and securely in the bins or containers they supply for collection. You will need to complete a waste transfer note for each load of waste that leaves your premises.
How should commercial waste be disposed?Commercial waste should be stored in the sack, bin or container provided by your contracted, licenced waste carrier. Your bin or container must not be left overflowing; ensure that rubbish must not overhang, and is not stacked on top of or beside the binor container.
What is classed as commercial waste?Commercial waste is any waste that businesses or other organisations produce. The actual waste material is often not any different than that people produce at home. It's usually general waste or recycling, although recycling can be split into different types including carboard, glass, food, plastics etc.
What are the 5 types of commercial waste?There are five main types of commercial wastes: general, food, construction, clinical, and hazardous wastes. Commercial businesses may generate all five types of waste, so it's important to have a plan and a contract with a licenced waste contractor for disposing of each type safely.