Protecting your business from increasing waste management costs

25 February, 2022
Nick Pursey, Operations Manager

Like so many sectors, the waste and recycling industry continues to face significant inflationary costs and as a result, many waste services suppliers will be contacting customers with hefty price increases (usually starting in April) to cover their costs.

If you’ve received a price increase notification from your waste service provider, we may be able to help you reduce your waste bills.

By working with our tried-and-tested waste management partner, we can search the market on your behalf, saving you a huge amount of time and potentially reducing your costs.

Working with local and national waste service suppliers, our waste management partner will provide you with a single contact who will manage everything on your behalf, including:

  • Mixed residual (general) waste
  • Food waste
  • Mixed dry recycling
  • Glass, Paper, Cardboard, Plastics, Metals, Woods
  • Green and garden waste
  • Cooking oil
  • Chemical waste
  • Clinical waste
  • Sanitary waste
  • Electrical Waste (WEEE) and more.

To discuss your waste management requirements, receive a contract renewal/market price comparison and to explore potential savings, please get in touch.

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