Posts Tagged ‘London’

How To Deal With Business And Commercial Waste In London

December 2nd, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Commercial Waste Disposal So, you've recently started a business here in London and now you wonder how to deal with all the waste you produced since the UK is notorious for its complicated laws and regulations. By now you probably know that at a certain point you will need the help of a waste removal London company if you are not the kind of person who would just dump everything off the road late at night. Well then, you are at the right spot as we will try to throw some clarity on the whole waste management issue. Read the rest of this entry »

Correct Disposal of White Goods in London

October 21st, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
24/7 Waste Removal Logo When your washing machine has performed its last spin or your freezer no longer keeps food Arctic cold there are many options when it comes to the disposal of these unwanted white goods. Replacing these items only takes a few clicks online or a short drive to your local appliance store but disposal of the old equipment is a little bit more complex. Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Should Hire a Professional Waste Removal Company in London

October 6th, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Commercial Waste Collection in London If you live in London, you will not disagree with the fact that it is by far one of the best cities to live in the world. It goes without saying that a city is what its people make it. That is why it is important as a responsible citizen that you properly dispose of the domestic rubbish that piles up in your home every day, instead of littering the streets. Cleanliness is not limited to just your home. Even at work, it is important that you look out for professional waste removal help so that your premises remain clean, odor-free and impressive. To make sure that your waste is removed properly and efficiently from your home or office, it is important that you hire the services of a reputed professional waste removal service. Read the rest of this entry »