Fresh Start provides a comprehensive general waste and recycling collection service in Blackpool and the Fylde, currently emptying 52,000 bins per year in the area.
Since our formation in 2005, we have always aimed to become the biggest, best, and the most reliable waste contractor in the North West of England. We truly believe that we can achieve that goal with the help and support of businesses in the area.
At the heart of this is our outstanding team of local workers. Employing people from the Blackpool area is important as they have a deep connection with their home town and take huge pride in a job well done in their community.
They head-up our fleet of waste collection and recycling wagons, all fitted with state-of-the-art weighing and satellite tracking technology. With our commitment to a cleaner environment, they are among the greenest large vehicles on the roads.
Our routes are scheduled for the same day each week, meaning that you know exactly when we’ll be arriving. No matter whether you run a busy B&B on the prom which wants better commercial wheelie bins, a bustling restaurant in the middle of town which has to deal with food waste, or you need scrap metal collecting from a unit on the Blackpool & Fylde Industrial Estate, build-up of unsightly and foul-smelling waste will be a thing of the past.
Indeed, we collect and recycling practically any kind of commercial, industrial and construction waste, including glass, pallets, plastic, paper and card, with an extensive range of containers at the ready, as well as compactors and balers for heavy users.
If your business needs forward thinking waste management and recycling services, contact Fresh Start today!
Feel free to explore our site and discover the full range of waste management options available to you. If you can’t find the specific solution you are looking for, please contact us on 0808 178 1966. Or simply fill out our contact form and our friendly team will be more than happy to help.
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