Fly Tipping: Why You Should be Concerned About It

February 10th, 2017

Fly Tipping dumped rubbishProper waste disposal is hardly a glamorous or an exciting topic of conversation and as such, many people do not give the criminal offence of fly tipping a second thought. Whether consciously or otherwise, they tend to consider the offence to be a minor one which doesn’t deserve their attention.

It is exactly that kind of apathy, however, which leads to incidents of fly tipping increasing and this is certainly something that should concern the public at large. In order to exemplify just why this is the case, this article will attempt to explain exactly what fly tipping is, how widespread and costly it can be and what legal ramifications offenders may face. Read More

Cutting down on waste this Christmas

January 4th, 2017

Cutting down on waste at Christmas

Christmas is a time of year that we British love, we spare no expense and enjoy the treats that it brings. Household waste shockingly increases by 30% over the Christmas period. More than 19,000 tonnes (around 10 million) turkeys will be cooked on Christmas day. 17.5 million mince pies will be washed down with coffees, wines and spirits. Along with 83 square kilometres (11,642 football pitches) of wrapping paper added to rubbish bins throughout the UK. Read More

Why Fly-Tipping is everyone’s problem

November 11th, 2016

fly tipping in a lay byFly-tipping is basically dumping waste illegally, often in lay-bys or public areas or private land that is quiet and out of the way. This covers anything from a small bag of rubbish to old furniture and commercial waste. It differs from littering because it involves taking waste from the place it was created and purposely dumped it somewhere else.

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How to have a greener office

October 20th, 2016

Green office and suppliesMany of us are mindful of the amount of waste we create at home, tirelessly separating rubbish out into separate bins, taking old clothing to the local recycling bank. But how many of us follow this through to the workplace? Read More

Autumn Garden Clearing Jobs

September 19th, 2016

Autumn garden clearanceClearing your garden in autumn before the really cold weather sets in can help to ensure that it looks tidy and well-tended throughout the winter months. Read More

Cleaning up after the Olympics

August 8th, 2016

Olympic games symbolCleaning up after a huge event, such as the Olympics, is a costly process. It’s not just the stadium, but the whole city area that will need maintaining before, during and after the event. Read More

Cleaning Up After an Event Like the Tour de France

July 13th, 2016

Rubbish on streetsThe Tour de France is a grand bicycling race organized each year. For more than a 100 years, riders from all around the globe have been joining the celebration. Read More

Benefits of Clearance Company for London Building Sites

June 30th, 2016

Construction WasteHiring a clearance company to dispose of construction waste is a smart addition to your building site’s waste management strategy. Read More

Spring forward and clear out the junk

May 31st, 2016

Boxes for spring cleaningThe end of the Winter months and the return of the sun means that many people begin their annual “spring clean”.

A junk removal company can help you take your spring cleaning efforts to a whole new level this year by taking away unused household items, removing your garden waste, and making it easy, convenient and affordable to include basements, attics and garage sheds in your spring clean. Read More

Builders Waste Clearance is easy when hiring a Junk Removal Company

April 10th, 2016

Construction site rubbish removalWhether you are a domestic customer or the manager of a building site, clearing builders waste is easy when you hire a junk removal company. Unlike skip services, a junk removal company will only charge for the actual waste removed, reducing the overall cost of your building project.  Read More

 
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