Recycling / Waste Transfer London
Thanks to waste management companies, it’s now easier than ever dispose of and recycle your waste responsibly. With a wide range of waste management options include skip hire, RORO container hire, waste collection and grab hire, there is a service to benefit every individual and business.
The first step to getting recycling and waste transfer right is to pick a suitable waste management service.
For small amounts of waste (e.g. domestic waste) skip hire is recommended but if you’ve got a lot of rubbish to shift, you may be better off using a grab hire service.
It’s also important to make sure you follow the guidelines e.g. not over filling your skip and complete the necessary documentation, which we have briefly outlined below.
Waste Transfer Notes
A Waste Transfer Note is a document that must be completed when waste is transferred from one party to another. If you fail to complete a Waste Transfer Note when your waste is collected, you will be breaking the law and could potentially face a fine.
The idea behind Waste Transfer Notes is to document the journey of the waste from where it was produced to where it was disposed of. It is important to keep Waste Transfer notes for at least two years, incase your local authority or the Environment Agency asks to see them.
We take our customers’ waste to Material Recycling Facilities to be sorted and recycled.
Responsible waste transfer
When it comes to waste removal, it is important to work with a reputable waste management company that you can trust. You need the peace of mind that they will dispose of your rubbish responsibly. This is why it is so important that you have a Waste Transfer Note as if the company does not dispose of the waste properly, you will be able to prove that you transferred the responsibility of it to them.
If you are looking for a reputable and reliable waste management company, look no further than Reston Waste. We have years of experience in the industry and are committed to carrying our responsible waste transfer and disposal practices.
Not only will we ensure your waste is disposed of correctly but we will also make the effort to recycle as much of it as possible. After collecting your waste, we will take it to the Materials Recycling Facility in Wimbledon where it will be sorted out and sent off to be recycled into new materials. Any waste that can’t be recycled will be turned into energy.
Our aim is to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and therefore help to save the planet. We are proud to say that we currently manage to recycle around 95% of the waste we collect.