Raynes Park Waste Clearance Company
If you are looking for an affordable and efficient waste disposal service, look no further than Reston Waste Management. As well as having over sixteen years experience on our side, we’re also committed to ethical waste disposal. See the charts below for a better idea of the skip sizes and prices available. We recommend hiring a skip that is large enough for your waste, as it works out much more cost effective than hiring two smaller skips. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
See some examples of what the waste you recycle is turned into below…
Cardboard, plastic packaging and cartons – Did you know that most new packaging is made out of old recycled cardboard and packaging? These sort of items can also be used to make items of clothing like fleece jackets!
Paper – Recycled paper is turned into new newsprint. It takes around six days from waste collection to it appearing back on the newsstand.
Glass bottles – By melting down glass bottles and jars and turning them into new ones, companies can reduce carbon emissions around 25%. Recycling old materials uses far less energy than making items from scratch.
Recycling waste is great for reducing harm to the environment, preserving natural resources and driving down the cost of landfill tax and fees but what do you do if you can’t fit your items in your bin?
Luckily, we provide waste collection services to domestic and commercial customers in and around London. Simply give us a call and we will arrange for one of our drivers to pay you a visit and help you load your waste into a purpose built waste collection vehicle.
By using our waste collection services, you can still have the peace of mind that you are doing your bit to help the environment. We take all of the waste we collect to a Material Recycling Facility in Wimbledon, where it is separated, ready to be turned into something new. Any waste we cannot recycle is used for energy creation!
Recycling waste greatly helps to minimise our reliance on raw materials, as well as reduce landfill and greenhouse gases but do you know what happens to your waste after you’ve put it out for collection?
In the UK there are several different collection methods. Some local authorities ask households to place some recyclables like paper, bottles and tins into special boxes or bags. These items are then sorted on the roadside by waste management teams, who place them into separate compartments on the collection vehicle.
The compartments are then taken to separate recycling facilities, where the waste is dropped off and recycled into new products.
In other areas, households are simply required to put all of their recyclables into a single bin. A waste management team then collects it and takes it to a Material Recycling Facility to be sorted and recycled into new products.