Waste Management Poole

We provide waste collection services for businesses in and around Poole. Whatever your trade waste requirement, we’ve got you covered. From assisting with waste management plans to collecting regular trade waste or scheduling an unusual collection, Business Waste has a service for you. We also provide free wheelie bins for all businesses using our service, ensuring that businesses throughout the area can dispose of waste in an efficient, hassle-free way.

Poole Waste Management

Famous for its pottery, Poole is a popular holiday destination for many Brits. It boasts award-winning beaches, is close to Upton Country Park, and has areas of special cultural and natural interest such as Brownsea Island and Corfe Castle. The city is also home to Tower Park, the largest leisure centre on the south coast, and Dolphin Shopping Centre, the largest retail centre in Dorset.

With a multitude of businesses catering to tourists and residents alike, the need for adequate waste disposal is more pressing than ever. Protecting the environment is highly important, with coastal conservation and reducing carbon emissions being two priorities. There are strict recycling requirements in place for local businesses. The businesses, shops and restaurants are all required to contribute to the city’s sustainability aims, and this includes following a robust waste management plan.

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 Poole

Business Waste offers commercial waste services for business and commercial organisations throughout the Poole area.

Waste management Poole

With a large number of recreational, entertainment and tourist businesses in the city, recycling is central to keeping Poole sustainable and environmentally friendly. We can advise you on what you can recycle, and to make your life easier, we will sort through your waste and separate the recyclables for you. Whether you are based in the town centre or further out in the leisure and retail parks, Business Waste can recycle your trade waste in an environmentally friendly manner. Whether you are a restaurant with food waste, a retailer with packaging waste, or a tourist attraction with many different forms of waste, we can collect, dispose and recycle it cost-efficiently, which will pass on savings to you. By using our services you can also clearly demonstrate that you are an environmentally responsible business.

Waste collections Poole

In a busy city, the collection and disposal of trade waste needs to be efficient and reliable. No one wants to see the roads, especially the narrow streets in the Old Town, blocked with smelly bags of waste, apart from the health hazard this would cause. To save you that trip to the Waste Transfer Station on Nuffield Road, we can arrange for regular wheelie bin collections, larger skip collections, or special collections at a time convenient to you. Our dedicated account managers can talk through your needs with you, and create a waste management plan that suits you. In addition to regular trade waste, we also cater for bulky or hazardous items. We offer free advice on the best way to dispose these items, so get in touch with us if you need to know more.

Get in touch

Poole
50.71505 -1.9872480000000223

Business Waste Poole

Call us
0800 211 83 90
Opening hours
9 - 5:30

Poole Business Waste Stats

Number of SME's 4192
Number of Bins 6288
Number of Collections per week 15720

Poole Home Waste Stats

Total Household Waste 115,667
Household Waste Recycled 31,419

Poole residential waste hub

Sorry, Business Waste does not currently offer household collections in your area.

Recycle centres

Your nearest recycle centres in Poole can be found at the following locations:

Nuffield Household Waste Recycling Centre
Nuffield Industrial Estate,
92-98 Nuffield Rd,
Poole,
BH17 0RS
50.71505 -1.9872480000000223

FAQ and help

Q.
The council supply and collect my home rubbish bins, how do I contact them?
A.

The best way to contact your local council is to visit their website as you can complete all common tasks like missed bin complaints and find information out about your recycling. You can find the website here