Business Waste LTD
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Commercial Waste Disposal

Business Waste Collection Bins

Running a business means looking after everything from the marketing and budgeting, to the commitment to keeping a clean and clear premises. The Environmental Protection Act of 1990 encourages a Duty of Care on all businesses to remove business waste with as little impact on the environment as possible. This is not a service that comes free for businesses, and with landfill tax rising, many are seeking a solution to managing their commercial waste.

What is waste disposal?

There is a lot of legislation in place surrounding the storage and collection of commercial waste. This is something that changes from time to time and it is the responsibility of the business owner to stick to guidelines, for the good of the business, its clients and staff alike.

Waste collection and disposal services ensure that you comply with legislation and all of your waste is sorted into recyclables and general waste and for specialist waste such as clinical to be stored and disposed off in the correct legal way. Commercial waste collection offers you peace of mind and time to go about the elements of your business you excel in, without compromising on a legal obligation or your time. Refuse collection for businesses offers a cost-effective route to managing waste on your premises, whilst adhering to compliance.

How we can help you?

With the increasing pressures of running a business, more and more people are opting for specialist services to collect commercial refuse. We offer a dedicated professional team to provide a refuse collection strategy to suit your business needs. We can take care of your regular waste collection, scheduled to suit your specifications, ensuring that your property stays waste-free.

Our services include everything from completing the in-house assessment to providing the bin(s) for free for your waste and collecting and disposing of it in a timely fashion. We cover the whole of the UK, with trained experts who specialise in waste management, freeing you and your staff up to deal with the day to day running of the business. We ensure that your actual waste output is reduced to a minimum and that as much as possible can be recycled, adhering to environmental legislation, whilst lowering your business’s carbon footprint.

You will need to complete a WTN (Waste Transfer Note) which is part of the legal requirements for taking care of your waste and we can supply this for you for free as part of the service. As part of your commitment to environmental health, you will need to hold a record of these for two years, demonstrating to the EHO (Environmental Health Officer) that your business is adhering to its legal requirements.

We keep a record of your waste usage and generate reports so we constantly monitor that you have in place the best solution. This covers everything from frequency of collection to its composition and what has been recycled. This saves you and your health and safety officials time and energy, whilst delivering sophisticated results.

Our staff are trained in every aspect of commercial waste collection and can ensure that your business premises stay clean and clear of waste, as specified by governmental legislation. Because every business is different and because we pride ourselves on creating solutions, your commercial waste collection plan is tailored to suit your business needs. Whether you need clinical waste removal, glass, aluminium or cardboard recycling, or a combination of all of our services, we will take care of all elements and advise you of where to store your rubbish, adhering to legal requirements.

What types of industries produce waste?

Waste is produced by almost any industry, from food charities to offices and everything in between. We can tailor a waste management plan to suit whichever needs you have, including clinical waste from healthcare services, including veterinarian. We work with clients from all sorts of sectors including:

… and many others, in fact, every business has some waste disposal requirements if you want cheaper waste collections for your company. Contact us today

What are the different types of waste?

The type of waste generated by commercial properties is varied and depends on what sector the company is in. Each company is individual, which means the waste produced is specific to your business. The most common types of waste are;

We specialise in reducing waste as much as possible, to steer your company toward zero landfill. We collect all types of waste, from food waste to recyclables such as glass. We offer clinical waste management, as well as ‘regular’ commercial waste collection and disposal.

What type of bins do you need for waste disposal?

There are several different sizes of bins, which can store various amounts of refuse. Dependent on how much rubbish is generated by your business, you will need a covered bin to store your waste. This is a requirement by the Environment Protection Act. You may store it for up to three days without collection, as long as it is covered. You must then ensure it is collected and disposed of.

From the smallest 120 L green, sturdy wheelie bin to a six-yard roll-top or bigger, we provide you with the bin that is best suited to your business’ waste output. This is completely free and all part of the service we offer here at Business Waste.

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How do you dispose of our waste once it is collected?

Waste is sorted into recyclables and non-recyclables. Many elements, such as plastic, paper and glass can be recycled, and should you use our services, we can sort this for you. Always working toward zero landfill, we sort and dispose of your rubbish in the most appropriate manner and in a timely fashion.

Friendly, reliable and professional, we specialise in commercial waste removal.

Extra services
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We have put together some handy free guides that will be of interest to anyone with a waste management requirement;

What are the different types of waste disposal?

As a business owner, it’s important that you are aware of the various different methods of waste disposal in order to ensure you safely and responsibly dispose of any waste your company produces.

    1) Traditional Waste Disposal

    Traditional waste disposal involves waste being collected and taken to a landfill. Although this method should now be considered a last resort over other, more environmentally friendly forms of waste management due to the dangers landfills pose to the environment. As rubbish begins to rot, it releases methane gasses which have been known to damage the ozone layer.

    In additional to landfills, traditional waste disposal also includes incineration. This reduces solid objects to ash, gas and heat – but can have wider environmental implications.

    2) Recycling

    Recycling products helps to protect the planet as it finds new uses for your waste, thus lessening the impact each product has on the environment. You can recycle paper, cardboard, glass, and metals. You can also drop other products, such as wood, to be recycled at specialist plants.

    3) Composting

    Composting is another, eco-friendly form of waste disposal. Compost is made from decomposing/decomposed organic matter and has multiple uses. For example, you can use compost to help fertilise any plants that you may be growing.

What is the purpose of waste disposal?

The purpose of waste disposal is quite simply, to find a way to get rid of waste. Proper waste disposal, or ethical waste disposal, aims to do this in a way that does not negatively impact the environment. This means we are constantly searching for alternatives to traditional waste disposable, where possible.

What is the best method of waste disposal?

Recycling and composting are widely considered to BE the best methods of waste disposal. Therefore, it is advised that you separate your waste into recyclables and food/matter that is able to decompose. When possible, try to only purchase products that fall into the above categories – thus minimising your need for traditional waste disposal. For example, switch single-use plastics for materials that can be used again and again.

What is safe disposal of waste?

Safe disposal of waste is a practice, which when implemented, ensures that businesses, companies and individuals are properly and safely disposing of any waste. This process involves:

    – Quickly disposing of any waste.
    – Ensure waste is collected regularly
    – Ensure that Liquid waste cannot leak
    – Ensure hazardous materials are taken to a dedicated facility