We provide a fantastic waste collection and recycling service in Swinton, and are confident that our comprehensive and sustainable approach to the collection of refuse and recyclates will be able to save you money – after all, recycling shouldn’t cost the earth.
Our ultimate aim is to divert all waste away from landfill and convert it into useful resources. We deal with practically all kinds of refuse, including:
The needs of a busy restaurant in Monton are going to be vastly different from a shop in Swinton Square or an industrial unit on Swinton Meadows. With this in mind, we will assess your site from the onset, and one of our dedicated Commercial Development Managers will tailor the best containers to suit your specific needs, from commercial wheelie bins to enormous RoRos and balers.
We collect and sort both general and trade waste with our 30-strong fleet of modern collection wagons. They are all equipped to deal with multiple streams of materials, before being meticulously separated at our state of the art 2-acre Material Recovery Facility just outside the M60 ring road.
We have invested heavily in our facilities, wagons and our professional waste operatives, all of whom live locally and take huge pride in keeping their community tidy and a job well done.
Our collections are scheduled for the same time each week and planned with fuel efficiency in mind, while our drivers will make sure that all containers are returned to the correct spot with brakes applied and lids secured. Also, they will sweep away any spillages in order to keep your refuse area clean and safe.
Contact us today if you need waste management services in Swinton.
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 that you are looking for, please contact us on (01942) 879 440. Alternatively, you can fill out our contact form. Either way, our friendly team will be more than happy to help.
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