Rubbish and waste, if stored and handled incorrectly, can cause both air and water pollution, making your land unsightly, unhygienic and unpleasant. Rotting waste can release harmful gases which are not only foul-smelling but are potentially hazardous. A functional waste management system is essential to ensure your guests feel safe and hygienic while staying on your land, and you preserve the quality and condition of your land and business.
Waste from a caravan site, campsite or holiday park comes from both the guests at the holiday park and the management team who run the site. For example, any shops, cafes or facilities on-site will contribute to the site’s waste. Often, the primary sources of waste come from guests to the site, such as motorhome owners who may empty their toilet waste, empty their bins, cook on the site and deposit food waste and recyclable rubbish from their motorhome.
The government’s definition of a campsite means that all waste produced from a campsite is considered commercial waste, and it is subject to laws that relate to commercial waste. However, the legislation states that waste produced from domestic premises at a campsite, such as from a permanent resident, should be treated as household waste.
If you require waste containers, Business Waste can provide them for free! This can save businesses significant upfront costs as they will only have to pay for collection services. We provide seasonal waste collection services as we understand your waste requirements won’t stay the same throughout the year. We work to your schedule and can adjust your collection services as frequently as needed. For example, we can significantly reduce our services during the winter months but increase our collection services during summer or a heatwave.
For a busy campsite manager or owner, organising WTNs can be a time-consuming and often-forgotten task. Luckily, Business Waste can provide, organise and arrange WTNs for free, as part of our waste removal service.
• Have multiple bin areas
The more bin areas you have, the less likely people are to drop rubbish due to not being in close proximity to a bin.
• Empty bins regularly
Ensure you arrange regular bin collection services as rubbish from overflowing bins can move in the wind and make a holiday park look untidy.
• Use posters
Placing posters and signs around your holiday park which kindly ask guests to keep the area tidy and lets them know where the nearest bin area is will help to remind people of the importance of not littering.
For a free quote for your waste collections contact Business Waste today. 0800 211 8390
Service is really good, had many problems in the past with previous suppliers however since been with Business Waste I have not had any problems what so ever. From the start of the agreement the sales team was really helpful and helped with my requirements. I am in a very tricky location with not much room to store a container however I was provided with many options from the sales rep to accommodate my requirements. Customer Service from the staff is outstanding. Definitely recommend 100%.
Great friendly service and really helpful staff!