Choosing the most appropriate way of disposing of commercial waste is a good start.
Whether you own or work in an ample commercial space or a small one, having a clear-out or a renovation can generate massive waste and unwanted items, some of which can be pretty large and cumbersome.
By using a commercial skip hire service, you can ensure you have a safe, legal place to put your discarded items, whether you have a few tables or a mountain of desks, chairs and furniture to move.
As well as offices, they also cater for construction sites, from plumbers to builders and a wide range of contractors.
Any generated waste can be disposed of in robust, spacious skips to ensure your environment stays tidy and safe.
You can arrange for your local council to collect your commercial waste.
By doing this, you must:
- Complete a waste transfer note
- Apply for a waste permit
- Knowing what classes as commercial waste and what isn’t. More.
After completing those requirements, you are eligible for commercial waste collection at your office – it may come at certain fees.
Business premises need to stay safe and clean on a day to day basis.
Services like this provide hassle-free service that collects your waste on the same day.
We’ve searched for some of the country’s best waste removals for commercial properties; one that stood out was Rubbish.me.uk.
Providing regular bin collection and rubbish disposal/recycling
One business owner who used the waste disposal service said:
“They sent two people with a lorry and took away all the rubbish for less that we had been quoted elsewhere. Enough said, couldn’t be more pleased with the service.”
You can earn money from the things you throw away – who would have thought!
Scrap metal collectors tend to pay for more valuable metals within your junk.
Have a lookout for:
- Steel – mostly found in cutlery and kitchen appliances
- Lead – batteries and old pipes
- Titanium – found in electronics, scissors etc.
See what you can earn from your waste.