We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new roll on roll off Savvy Bins.
We know our customers are always looking at ways to save money on their waste removal projects and you love to recycle. So with that in mind we looked at the idea of introducing a recycling bin hire service whereby you the customer benefit from segregating your waste. Segregated waste is cheaper to dispose of so we pass on that saving to you.
We contacted Giles skips waste container and skip manufacturer of Birmingham telling them of our plans, after a brief conversation outlining our needs, we were invited up to their factory for a tour. Geoff & Dave, Father & Son of Giles Skips have many years’ experience in manufacturing skips & containers. So it wasn’t long before we came up with a bin with great features, such as rear doors, a comfortable loading height and importantly being 10ft long, enough room to accommodate the larger items like three piece suites wardrobes beds etc.
The Savvy bin is for general household light or bulky waste, we don’t hire them out for brick rubble, soil, plaster board or builders debris of any kind.
We offer great discounts on clean segregated waste such as: Green Waste, Metal, Wood, Paper and Cardboard.
In the future we hope to introduce the Savvy enclosed twin compartments general/recycling bins for our commercial clients.
Our general household waste bin hire prices are very competitive, compared like for like on a skip.
Please call for further details on this or any other services we provide.
WasteSavvy are very pleased to have been awarded a waste awareness certificate, we believe that this is testament to our on-going recycling practices and will optimise our service that we provide to our customers.
Waste management is a fundamental environmental issue that needs tackling by all organisations regardless of size or sector. The Waste Awareness Certificate (WAC) provides a perfect foundation course for waste management.
Accredited by the CIWM, this course is designed for all who are involved in waste management, handling, disposal or training as part of their work practices. The course enables delegates to understand the key factors relating to waste legislation, waste minimisation, disposal techniques and waste auditing.
Handling your organisation's waste effectively can help to improve environmental performance and often reduce costs.
WasteSavvy is one of the latest groups of successful companies to join a leading edge scheme, designed to help industry improve its safety record.
The Epsom based firm recently received accreditation from SAFEcontractor, a programme which recognises very high standards of health and safety practise amongst UK contractors.
Specialising in the Junk & Rubbish removal in the waste industry, the company’s application for SAFEcontractor accreditation was driven by the need for a uniform standard across the business.
Proprietor Paul Rosan, fully understands that health & safety is an imperative factor to businesses when selecting a contractor. We recognise our responsibility to ensure the safety of our staff, our clients, and the general public and are continually committed to health & safety through operational policy and risk management.
SAFEcontractor accreditation is expected to enhance the company’s ability to attract new contracts and its commitment to safety will be viewed positively by its insurers when the company liability policy is up for renewal.
John Kinge, Head of Risk at SAFEcontractor said, "Major organisations can no longer run the risk of employing contractors who are not able to prove that they have sound health and safety policies".
"More companies need to understand the importance of adopting good risk management in the way that WasteSavvy has done. The firm’s high standard has set an example, which hopefully will be followed by other companies within the sector".
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