So, when HRH the Duchess of Cornwall was about to visit Medical Detection Dogs, a Milton Keynes-based charity that works with researchers, NHS Trusts and Universities, the charity contacted Waste King to arrange for its operatives to collect some old, waste carpet tiles.
According to Waste King’s managing director, Glenn Currie, the specialist collections, clearance and recycling company removed some eight… Continue reading
The final of the hit ITV diving show ‘Splash!’ – which saw Eddie, the Eagle, Edwards win in spectacular style – was the signal for Waste King, the specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, to spring into action. Under contract to Two Four Studios, working on behalf of the ITV1 network, Waste King’s operatives cleared the equivalent of six skip loads of waste as the ‘Splash!’ set was broken up.
The show, hosted by Vernon Kay and Gabby Logan, saw Olympian Tom Daley teaching his sport to 15 celebrities, before they demonstrated their skills in a series of Saturday night… Continue reading
When it comes to Waste Storage, the Waste Pod is one of the best types. It provides excellent security as it is difficult to break or climb. It provides excellent privacy as it consists of one solid sheet of metal. It provides excellent safety as it acts as a solid barrier separating your waste to the outside world. Finally it provides great flexibility as you can customise the look and get a whole host of different accessories to ensure your Waste Storage suits your needs. It is also tested and proven to withstand wind speeds of up to 50mph.… Continue reading
If you want to get rid of relatively small amounts of heavy, loose waste – perhaps rubble and soil – you could consider using a skip bag.
Skip bags are canvas bags. There are two popular sizes of skip bag – to take 1.0 or 1.5 cubic yards waste – but there is also a 4.5 cubic yard bag. This 4.5 cubic yard bag is from the Hippo Bag brand (a brand name of Hippo waste). Hippo waste offers the other sizes of bags too, along with brands such as Bag-it, Rhino bag and Skip Bag.
You can buy these… Continue reading
Achieving greener waste
Taking care of our environment is, increasingly, a key issue for individuals as well as for governments. Where individuals are concerned, this means acting responsibly when getting rid of unwanted things – and that’s where Waste King can help.
A specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, serving the domestic and commercial markets, Waste King guarantees to recycle over 84 per cent of all the waste it collects from every job it does – and, currently, that rate is nearer 89 per cent. This means that only around 11 per cent of everything the company collects goes to… Continue reading
“This means that, by using Waste King, Sunrise Senior Living can be sure that it’s maximizing the amount of its waste that’s recycled – minimizing the amount that goes to landfill and, thus, ensuring that it’s doing its bit to look after the environment. In addition, where there’s hazardous waste to collect from the home – including plasterboard, electric bulbs and so on – it can be sure that all this waste is… Continue reading
Portable Offices’ staff can now put any waste products – from plasterboard and electrical goods to ‘mixed waste’ – into the cage. Once in the cage, these waste products can be easily segregated so that they can be more easily recycled – leaving only a small percentage of the waste to go to landfill.
Then, when the cage is full, Waste King’s operatives come along and remove the waste which, since it is segregated, is easily and speedily removed.
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Of course, you’re very welcome to compare Waste King’s Man in a Van Service with any of our competitors – and there are quite a few about.
Finding a competitor
You can ask your friends to recommend a ‘man with a van’; look at the adverts in newsagents’ windows and local publications, and/or use Google to find one.
How can I be confident on quality?
Ask to see details of the person’s public liability insurance and CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check. This should tell you whether the person has insurance to pay for any damage s/he may do… Continue reading
Among the things you need to consider when embarking on an office clearance are:
1. What do you want to keep?
Decide what you want to keep – and take these items away, presumably to the new office. Only leave the items in the (old) office that want taken away and disposed of. Not only is this ‘neater’ but it makes it easier for the professionals – who’ll be clearing the office – to give an accurate estimate of the cost involved. It also makes it easier for them to carry out the office clearance.
2. Do things in good… Continue reading
Usually, it’s never a good time when you have to do a house clearance. However, there are some things you can do to ensure that the whole process works as smoothly as possible.
1. Take time to plan
It’s likely to take one person a day to sort out a room – or two people, half a day each. It’s important to allow – and allocate – yourself sufficient time to get everything ready before calling in professionals to take the things away. That way, you’ll reduce the pressure – and your stress levels.
2. Decision time
The tough… Continue reading