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If you have a business with your own premises, you’re responsible for the correct waste management. According to the government, businesses must keep waste to a minimum by doing everything they reasonably can to prevent, reuse, recycle or recover waste. That’s why it can be useful to use a business waste management company who will help you ensure that you’re following all the relevant guidelines for your business.

Why should I use a business waste management company?

Working with a business waste management company to come up with a waste management plan will help you to see how waste is produced in your business and assist in identifying areas where you can make savings and changes. They will also be able to help you find the right types of waste removal and collection for your business so you’re not left with overflowing bins or having too regular collections.

As a business, you have a duty of care responsibility for your waste. That means that there’s a legal expectation that your will separate, store and dispose of your waste properly. The laws ensure that businesses aren’t dumping waste on other people’s property or leaving it to rot or not separating recyclables.

Using a waste management company will give you the freedom to spend time on your business and not worry about disposing of your waste properly. Waste management companies can adapt to your needs, so if your business grows you can inform them of your change in circumstances and they will adjust the plan they have with you.

Plus, letting a waste management company handle your waste means that you’ll be kinder to the environment. These companies ensure that all your waste is handled properly and send as little to landfill as possible. They can give you bins for different types of recyclable materials and food waste, reducing the amount that gets sent off to rot in landfill.

What services can a waste management company offer?

Waste management companies can help you choose the right bins for your business. For some businesses, this might just be standard size wheelie bins, but others will require large ones. Front end loaders are ideal for businesses that produce a lot of dry waste, while IBC containers are perfect for businesses that need to dispose of hazardous liquids like sludge, slurries and chemical waste.

Will using a waste management company save me money?

Fines for improperly disposed of waste can be huge, and sometimes mistakes happen. If you use a business waste management company, they will be able to advise you on the actions you need to take to be compliant with the law and handle everything. It might seem like an unnecessary expense, but hiring a waste management company gives you the freedom to run your business without worrying about waste and helps you avoid hefty fines.

Average Business waste cost

The average cost of Business waste collection is £350. Costs alter based upon the location and type of waste to be collected. The upper price range can be as high as £420.

Average price per Business waste job in 2021

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Prices based on actual Business waste costs, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Business waste installation cost in 2021

Labour cost £100
Waste removal £250
Time frame: 1 day

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