As one of the most appealing of the Home Counties and with excellent links to London, it’s no surprise that the population of Buckinghamshire has grown significantly over the last few years. The town of Milton Keynes, a new town now 50 years old, is still growing significantly. Between 2003 and 2013, MK gained 38,100 more net residents, growing to a population of 255,700, making it one of the largest towns in the UK. Further population increases have been experienced across the county, with Buckinghamshire growing by 16 people a day, accounting for around 6000 new residents each year. Investment in local amenities and transport links to London are part of the reason many people are flocking to Buckinghamshire.
For the same reason, many new commercial interests are starting up all over the county, a place where business growth is actively encouraged and follows the general upward trend that can be seen all over the south-east. Whilst all this growth is great news for the county, it does put extra strain on local waste management systems such as landfill disposal and recycling. In Buckinghamshire, commercial waste can be taken to one of five waste centres, but companies need to pay for waste disposal, as well as transport it themselves. Fly-tipping is also a problem in Buckinghamshire as it is everywhere in the UK. According to Buckinghamshire Council, one person is prosecuted for fly tipping each week in the county. As a Buckinghamshire-based company, it’s important to have the most effective and low-cost waste management system in place and to avoid fly-tipping or fines from the council in any way.
How we can help
At Business Waste, we can help companies and organisations in Buckinghamshire to get rid of waste more effectively, more efficiently and at excellent value for money. Our comprehensive waste management Buckinghamshire services include the collection, transporting, monitoring and disposal or recycling of your trade waste.
- Waste management
- Food waste
- Hazardous waste
- Plastic recycling
- Cardboard recycling
- Paper recycling
- Waste oil
- Sanitary waste
- Clinical waste
- Confidential waste
- Glass recycling
Please note: We’re unable to offer household waste collection or tipping services. Please see the residential waste hub section at the bottom of this page for help with this.
Waste Collection Buckinghamshire
Business Waste offers commercial waste services for business and commercial organisations throughout the Buckinghamshire area.
- Waste Management
- Fast 1hr Quote
- Waste Disposal
- Commercial Wheelie Bins
- Save 20% on current costs
Waste management Buckinghamshire
At Business Waste, we are proud of our zero waste to landfill policy, which aims to recycle every bit of waste possible. Recycling isn’t only cheaper for you, it’s also better for the environment and can improve your environmental audit, making you more appealing to investors and making Buckinghamshire employees proud to work for you. Items that we are able to recycle in Buckinghamshire include building materials, construction waste, paper, card, plastics, green waste and metals. We provide recycling bins that allow employees to dispose of waste in the correct compartments in order to help them feel like an integral part of the important step toward a greener world. Recycling in Buckinghamshire helps keep the county clean and green and saves you money.
Waste collections Buckinghamshire
Our full collection service means that we come and take away full bins and replace them with empty ones. This not only saves you time and money but also leaves you to get on with your core business activity. Bin collection in Buckinghamshire is easier for most firms than transporting waste to one of the five centres, which generally takes up a business’s precious time and man hours.
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Business Waste Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire Business Waste Stats
Buckinghamshire Home Waste Stats
Buckinghamshire residential waste hub
Sorry, Business Waste does not currently offer household collections in your area.
Your nearest recycle centres in Buckinghamshire can be found at the following locations:
FAQ and help
You need to contact your local council, you can do this on the Buckinghamshire website.