Need a business waste collection for your spring cleaning?
With the dust settling (forgive the pun) from the UK’s National Spring Clean Week, there’s still plenty of time left for a proper tidy-up.
Indeed, the recent sunshine (and reduced melatonin) may have got you positively thinking about a business waste collection for your company’s spring-cleaning this year!
Actually, it’s an appropriate time for a clear out, as many websites indicate that Spring Cleaning is tied to the Easter period. In the Jewish calendar it’s linked to Passover, which starts next weekend (22nd April). And in the Middle East, it has links with the Persian New Year (which is traditionally the first day of Spring.)
Practically though, most of us start our Spring Clean when the weather gets warm enough to throw open the windows; and we can have a good sweep before the summer insects start to descend. So that takes us right back to recent sunshine triggering fresh business waste collection requests in Westminster.
Here at the Westminster City Council’s Commercial Waste Service, we’d be very happy to help with your spring business waste collections.
Our business waste collection service
If your rubbish won’t fit in normal bins or refuse sacks, there are plenty of ways we can help with business waste collection, such as:
- Bulky waste collection – Including anything from office furniture to obsolete electrical items. Call us on 020 7641 6180 or email us to organise.
- Bulky waste collection for landlords or managing agents – Save on expensive private contractors and have items from mattresses to rubble collected. The items find their way to proper licensed treatment and disposal facilities. To access this service contact us or request a quote.
While you’re here, why not take a look at our new, animated infographic: “What happens to rubbish and recycling in Westminster?” It shows where all of your collected refuse goes, what it gets used for, and how your spring clean items all have at least one further good use.
And finally, if you’re thinking about reducing waste on an on-going basis, take a look at our guide below.
To get hold of the guide, please click on the link .