Waste Management Sussex
Business Waste can provide you with the waste services that your business requires to meet your duty of care responsibilities and to ensure your workplace is free from any waste-related health and safety hazards. Whether you need agricultural or retail waste collecting, clinical or construction, we’re able to assist you with the disposal of your items. We pride ourselves on achieving 0% landfill and being reliable with our collections. We can arrive at your premises within business hours or outside of them if needed, and can add additional collection dates in to help you keep your site clear of unnecessary waste.
At Business Waste, we look after your waste management and provide waste collection routes across Sussex to ensure the smooth running of your business.
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When it comes to disposal of trade waste, we can provide you with free wheelie bins to ensure no waste is left on your business premises. For larger disposals, we can also provide you with professional skip hire, and have a number of different bin solutions for your business. We can offer your business a free audit, frequent collections and are able to manage any type of business waste – meaning waste management doesn’t become a stressful concern for your company.
We’re able to provide waste collections across all areas of Sussex, from the A23 to Brighton, Worthing to Littlehampton, Crawley to Hastings, Eastbourne to Bognor Regis. Get in touch with one of our expert advisors to get a competitive quote for your business.
In 2009/10, 45% of household waste in Mid Sussex was sent for reuse, recycling or composting; this dropped to 44% in 2010/11. For West Sussex, this was 43% in 09/10 and 44% the year after, and for East Sussex, it was 37% in 09/10, increasing by a percentage in 10/11.
There is still more work to be done in Sussex to improve the county’s recycling levels. There are huge benefits to local businesses in terms of saving costs and improving green credentials; Business Waste can provide you with the bins, guidance, and expert services that ensure you’re recycling where possible. We can help you recycle cardboard, glass, paper, food waste, green waste and soil, metal, various types of plastic including milk bottles, takeaway packaging and clingfilm, plus bricks, wood, and other building materials.
A rural and historic county within south east England, Sussex is made up of densely populated coastal plains along the county edge, rolling chalk hills in the South Downs, and wooded areas throughout Sussex Weald. In 2011 the population was at 1,609,500.
It is thought that the ‘Kingdom of Sussex’ was first established in AD 477 and it has since been home to a number of historic events, including Roman invasions and the Battle of Hastings.
Rich in culture and history, Sussex is bordered in the west by Hampshire. To the north sits Surrey, Kent lies in the north east and to the south is the English Channel. The local government has divided Sussex up into East Sussex, West Sussex, as well as the city of Brighton and Hove. Sussex is also home to the city of Chichester.
In 2014, Sussex was one of the worst performers in the UK for recycling. Since then, the county has been working hard to establish better practices when it comes to waste reduction and waste management.
Advice is given out throughout the county about ways to reduce unnecessary waste, including reducing your impact on the environment with your packed lunch (e.g. wrap sandwiches in reusable bags and use a flask instead of buying new plastic bottles each day) and cutting down on junk mail.
There are around 21 billion items sent out each year in direct mail, door-to-door adverts, and newspaper inserts – equating to approximately 550,000 tonnes of paper. Sussex is aiming to cut down on this to help protect the planet, and it is something your business can likewise start to curb in an attempt to save paper waste.
Select your free bins
It’s quick and easy to organise commercial waste collection for your business.
Simply start by telling us the:
- Type of waste you need removing
- Size of bins you require
- Number of bins you want
We’ll provide you with a free quote.
When you’re happy with the type, number, and size of free bins, tell us when you need your bins delivering.
Let us know about any access issues where you want the bins delivering – such as locked gates, access codes and times. We’ll get you up and running in no time.
Fill up your bin
After the free bins arrive at your chosen location, fill them up with the agreed waste type.
Make sure you remain within any weight limits for the specific waste type and bin size.
Get your business waste collected
We’ll arrange waste collection at a time and frequency to suit you and the amount of waste you have.
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Where do you collect waste in Sussex?
Waste collection is available anywhere in Sussex with Business Waste. We can deliver free bins and arrange collection from companies with an address that has a BN postcode. This includes commercial waste collection from Brighton, Hove, Lewes, Eastbourne, and other towns and villages across Sussex. Book waste collection in Sussex from:
- BN1 – Brighton, Coldean, Falmer, Hollingbury, Patcham, Preston, Stanmer
- BN2 – Brighton, Bevendean, Brighton Marina, Kemptown, Moulsecoomb, Ovingdean, Rottingdean, Saltdean, Woodingdean
- BN3 – Hove, Hangleton, Hove Park, West Blatchington, Aldrington
- BN4 – Peacehaven, Telscombe Cliffs, Piddinghoe
- BN5 – Henfield, Blackstone, Edburton, Fulking, Small Dole, Wineham
- BN6 – Hassocks, Albourne, Clayton, Ditchling, Goddards Green, Hurstpierpoint, Keymer, Newtimber, Pyecombe, Sayers Common, Streat
- BN7 – Lewes, Cooksbridge, East Chiltington, Glynde, Iford, Kingston, Offham, Plumpton, Plumpton Green, Rodmell, Southease, Swanborough, Telscombe
- BN8 – Lewes, Chiddingly, East Hoathly, Fletching, Halland, Isfield, Laughton, Ringmer, Ripe, Shortgate, South Chailey, Whitesmith
- BN9 – Newhaven, Denton, South Heighton, Tarring Neville, Piddinghoe
- BN10 – Peacehaven, Bishopstone, Telscombe
- BN11 – Worthing Town Centre, Broadwater, Findon, Goring-by-Sea, High Salvington, Offington, Tarring
- BN12 – Worthing, Ferring, Goring-by-Sea
- BN13 – Ferring, Goring-by-Sea, High Salvington
- BN14 – Worthing, Lancing, Coombes, Sompting
- BN15 – Lancing, Coombes, Sompting
- BN16 – East Preston, Kingston Gorse, Rustington
- BN17 – Littlehampton, Climping, Lyminster, Wick
- BN18 – Arundel, Amberley, Binsted, Burpham, Crossbush, Fontwell, Ford, Houghton, Madehurst, Slindon, South Stoke, Tortington, Walberton, Warningcamp, Wepham, Yapton
- BN20 – Eastbourne, Beachy Head, East Dean, Friston, Old Town, Ratton, Wannock
- BN21 – Eastbourne, Old Town
- BN22 – Eastbourne, Hampden Park, Willingdon
- BN23 – Eastbourne, Friday Street, Langney, Sovereign Harbour
- BN24 – Pevensey, Beachlands, Hankham, Normans Bay, Pevensey Bay, Stone Cross, Westham
- BN25 – Seaford, Alfriston, Berwick, Cuckmere Haven, Litlington, Lullington, Selmeston
- BN26 – Polegate, Hailsham, Amberstone, Arlington, Upper Dicker, Wannock
- BN27 – Hailsham, Bodle Street Green, Boreham Street, Carters Corner, Chalvington, Golden Cross, Hellingly, Herstmonceux, Horsebridge, Lower Dicker, Lower Horsebridge, Magham Down, Mulbrooks, Rickney, Trolliloes, Upper Dicker, Windmill Hill
- BN41 – Brighton, Portslade-by-Sea, Fishersgate, West Hove
- BN42 – Southwick, Fishersgate, Portslade
- BN43 – Shoreham-by-Sea, Bramber
Can I add an additional bin to my service?
Yes, of course. We can provide extra bins for new waste streams to encourage recycling. Or if you’re simply producing more waste of the same type, we can add an extra or larger bin to your delivery and collection services if you’re at capacity.
Do you supply a duty of care certificate?
Yes, we provide a duty of care certificate (also known as a waste transfer note (WTN)) free of charge as part of your service agreement. This is included for free every time we collect any type of waste from your premises. Duty of care certificates are a legal requirement and licensed waste carriers can complete them for free – so you should never be charged for one.
Find out more about them in our guide to waste transfer notes.
How often will my bin be emptied?
We offer our customers a choice of daily, weekly, or fortnightly collections – so your bins are emptied as often as you want. Our expert team can advise on the correct waste collection schedule based on the type and amount of waste you produce and your business needs – such as your bin storage space and location.
What time will my bin be collected?
Bin collection times vary depending on your location, waste type, number and size of bins, and other factors. We work with all our customers to ensure your waste is always collected on time when it’s suitable for you and the licensed waste carrier. We can work around access times to arrange collections at convenient times.
What type of wheelie bins are available?
A range of two and four-wheel bins are available to store all sorts of waste on your premises. Explore our bins to see all available bins and information about what types and amounts of waste they can hold.
For any questions and answers about wheelie bin weight limits, sizes, locks, and anything else – read our bin FAQ guide.
How can we reduce our waste?
There are many ways to reduce the amount of waste we produce as individuals and businesses. A waste audit can highlight where you’re producing lots of waste as a starting place to cut down. Simple steps to reduce waste include efficient purchasing, buying reusable products, and recycling as much as possible. For more tips, read our guide about how to reduce waste.
If you have specific questions about reducing a certain type of waste, find the relevant page in Your Waste.
Do you collect any type of waste?
Yes! We can collect a wide range of waste types in various amounts from all sorts of businesses. From general waste to popular glass, paper, and packaging recycling – as well as specialist waste streams such as clinical, hazardous, and pharmaceutical waste – we work with licensed waste carriers able to safely collect all such types.
Can I pay my bill online?
Yes – visit our payments page to pay your invoice online. You’ll need your billing and payment details, including your account and invoice number (if applicable).
Do you cover all of the UK?
Yes! Our nationwide network means we offer waste collections anywhere in the UK. Whatever type of waste you need to dispose of and wherever you’re based in the country, we’ll find a local solution for your waste management and recycling needs.
Do you provide free bins?
Yes, we provide all bins, bags, and containers for your waste free of charge – you just pay for collection. There are no hidden hire or rental charges for your bins, so you know exactly what your waste collections cost.
Is the Business Waste customer care team based in the UK?
Do you offer flexible waste collections?
We realise that your waste collection needs may change as your business grows, seasons change, and demand for your products or services fluctuate. Alongside offering daily, weekly, and fortnightly collections, you can add more, different types, or bigger bins to your services and adapt the frequency of collections.
Contact us today if you want to change your waste collections.
Is Business Waste ISO certified?
Yes, Business Waste has received Alcumus ISOQAR certification for:
- ISO 9001: 2015 – Quality management systems
- ISO 14001: 2015 – Environmental management systems
These are both in the scope of registration for the provision of waste management brokerage.
What is ISO certification and why is it important?
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent, non-governmental group that uses experts to set global standards for providing innovation and solutions to worldwide challenges. ISO certification confirms a management system, manufacturing process, service, or documentation procedure meets the requirements for standardisation and quality assurance.
ISO certification is provided by a third party – in our case Alcumus ISOQAR, which provides UKAS accredited ISO certification. The standards provide benchmarks for businesses to meet, ensuring achieving ISO certification demonstrates a well-run, stable business that’s ready to grow. There are more than 20,000 management standards, but the two we’ve achieved provide the following benefits:
- ISO 9001: 2015 – helps put our customers first.
- ISO 14001: 2015 – reduces our environmental impact.