Removing waste does not have to be super hard, as long as you work with someone professional to do the chore for you. It takes some research to find professional waste collectors and when you get one, there is nothing you should worry about.
If you are looking for a waste removal company, it pays to do some research by asking the right questions. It helps you to know whether it is a company you can rely on. To help you in the process of hiring a waste collector, we have jotted down some key questions that you should never miss out on.
You have to check the company’s legitimacy. After all, you are paying your hard-earned money to do an important job like waste removals. Your waste removal partner should have a waste carrier's licence from the Environment Agency to operate throughout the UK.
They should also be able to show you the licence number. This is how you can validate the same on the Environment Agency website. Check the type of licence they have. For example, a waste disposal company dealing with house, garden, or commercial waste will have an ‘Upper Tier’ licence.
A legit waste disposal company should provide you with a quote beforehand. This is how you know what you will be paying for the job. Walk away from one that refuses to provide a quote and will only give you a price upon arrival.
It is not common for people to book a service only to find that they need more waste to remove. You would not be able to add the extra weight to the already arranged disposal as it is outside the original quote. However, a good waste carrier should be able to give you an idea of how much you need to pay extra for additional waste disposal.
Likewise, if there is less waste than they quoted you for, do not hesitate to ask about what happens to the additional cost?
If you have ever booked the council for a bulk waste disposal, you’ will know the task can end up being a hassle. You would be dragging your waste to the side of the road on the day of collection. This is not something most people prefer to avoid. This is especially true if the waste is heavy to move.
A professional waste removal company is insured to remove waste from your property, be it commercial or residential. So, check if you are expected to move your waste outside on the collection day, or if they will take it from your home, garden or construction site.
We bet you do not want to see your waste lay in the landfills. After all, it is not helping the environment whatsoever. You can avoid waste being sent to landfills, especially when a lot of house, garden or commercial waste can be recycled.
Check the recycling rate of the waste disposal company you choose. The higher the recycling rate, the better it is for you, and the environment.
While it seems like a no-brainer, many simply overlook this. Make sure you check if they are a suitable choice for the type of waste (especially hazardous) you want to get rid of. Because it could end up being heavy on your pocket.
Probably you have encountered this before! When trying to arrange for a council bulk collection, you may have faced a delay. They make you wait at least a couple of weeks for a collection - and it is longer now, owing to councils dealing with a backlog of collections and a scarcity of vehicles as well as drivers. However, a reliable waste carrier should get your waste removed much quicker.
There is nothing worse than wasting a day after waiting for a truck to knock on the door? This is annoying when you have other things to do or maybe you have taken a day off work for waste disposal.
You should get an estimated time of arrival and a good waste collection company should provide you with the same.
When it comes to removing your home or commercial waste, it does not have to be complicated or it should not cost you a fortune. When searching for the terms “waste removal near me” on Google, make sure create a list of selected companies that look legitimate. When you have a list, asking the right questions you can make sure you are working with a company that will deal with your rubbish removal job carefully, quickly, cost effectively and in an eco-friendly way.