Business Waste has developed a wide range of services to help Hull’s local economy keep on top of waste management. We are on hand to support small enterprises and local corporations so they can dispose of waste responsibly and sustainably, which includes recycling wherever possible. Services we can provide you with include audits and skip hire, regular waste collections, as well as the recycling of various materials.
Business Waste manages collections in and around the Kingston area using our local expert waste team, and large team means we can provide savings for your company. Call to see how much you can save.
We offer free bins for all business customers
Hull Waste Management
Kingston upon Hull, usually abbreviated to Hull, was founded in the 12th century and has been a market town, military supply port, trading hub, fishing centre, and industrial metropolis. It was also an early theatre of battle in the English Civil Wars, while heavy damage in the Second World War caused a period of post-industrial decline.
However, in the early 21st century, Hull experienced a resurgence with large amounts of new retail, commercial, housing and public service construction spending. In 2013, it was announced that the city would be the 2017 UK City of Culture due to its arts and heritage, several museums of national importance, a theatrical tradition and a diverse range of architecture, statues and sculptures. Hull is a city passionate about sport too, with the KCOM Stadium housing Premier League football team Hull City and Super League rugby side Hull F.C.
The city’s economy continues to be supported by industry, as several well-known chemical companies have facilities here including BP, Smith & Nephew, Seven Seas and Reckitt Benckiser. Healthcare is also well represented, with research facilities provided by the University of Hull through the Institute of Woundcare and the Hull York Medical School partnership. In recent years, the retail sector, further education and tourism industries have played an increasingly prominent role in the areas regeneration as well.
But despite its success over the past few years, the city still faces a number of challenges, particularly with waste disposal and recycling. Even though a waste-to-energy centre capable of processing up to 200,000 tonnes of organic material per year is currently in construction, it won’t be fully operational until 2018. Therefore, businesses taking advantage of Hull’s economic upturn must address their waste management responsibilities sooner rather than later.
How we can help with Hull Recycling
Contact Business Waste for a free quotation in Kingston-upon-Hull:
Waste management, waste audits and planning
Commercial collections throughout the Hull area
Recycling collections and recycling advice
- 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 Hull
Business Waste offers commercial waste services for business and commercial organisations throughout the Hull area.
- Waste Management
- Fast 1hr Quote
- Waste Disposal
- Commercial Wheelie Bins
- Save 20% on current costs
Waste management Hull
In an economic climate of expansion, businesses in Hull might struggle to keep up with their recycling duties. But this is where we can help with our regular and reliable waste collection service, which will enable you to concentrate on more important areas of the business. Our experienced and expert professionals can arrange to collect your waste as and when you require from areas including Bransholme, Stoneferry, Inglemire and Newland.
Waste collections Hull
To improve waste management along busy city streets such as Jameson Street and King Edward Street to shopping centres like St Stephen’s and Princes Quay, we make use of a wide range of equipment including wheelie bins, front-end loader bins, roll-on/roll-off containers and skips. In addition to collections of everyday trade waste, we can also dispose of difficult or dangerous produce and substances, including asbestos, gypsum board and soils. For more information about any of our services, get in touch today and we will send you a quote within the hour.
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Hull residential waste hub
Sorry, Business Waste does not currently offer household collections in your area.
Your nearest recycle centres in Hull can be found at the following locations:
FAQ and help
The best way to contact your local council is by visiting the bins and recycling section of their website. From here you can report missed bin enquires, find out tip opening times, what day your rubbish collection is on and much more. Visit their website here