Once you’ve hired your skip filling it up can seem like a daunting task, but don’t worry! The Waste Group are here to ensure that you pack up your skip in the most efficient way possible.
We are fully committed to ensuring that waste is managed in the most efficient way possible by reducing the amount produced and making sure any unused waste is utilised. This is why we are here to tell you about the waste hierarchy and the 3 Rs’!
One of the main things to consider when hiring a skip is the size of it as it needs to be able to fit exactly what you need to be disposed. However, many people do not realise how much waste they’re allowed to put in their skip and what can happen if it’s above the limit.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your waste in your skip after we collect it?
You probably know the importance of recycling skip waste, but just how much is actually recycled in the UK? In 2016 the amount of waste recycled in the UK dropped for the first time since monitoring began. With that in mind, we need to take a look at the importance of recycling and how it affects our environment.
We are going from strength to strength here at The Waste Group, and we are delighted to share our new accreditations with you! We want to be the local waste management company that you can trust and our new accreditations prove our expertise in the waste industry.
Did you know that total projected waste arisings in Dorset are predicted to grow from 869,744 tonnes in 2016 to 1,047,871 tonnes in 2032? With the closure of landfills in Dorset, there is growing concern of to how this waste will be disposed.
Does your office have lots of electrical items lying around that needs to be disposed? Read on to find out how the The Waste Group can help...
Hiring a skip for the first time? We know the process can seem complicated at first. Don’t worry, we’re here to give you the lowdown on all you need to know about the costs and processes involved in skip hire.
We are The Waste Group; we are innovative, dynamic and ready to change the waste industry. The way waste companies are operating is shifting as many are looking beyond the use of landfills and