Waste concern has launched a new simple one-bin waste collection solution for households across the country in response to growing demand from the British public.
(1888PressRelease) April 05, 2011 - As councils impose limits on bin content weights, making recycling more complicated and raising collection intervals to fortnights, Waste Concern take the stress out of private waste and recycling, giving households a one bin solution and offering tailored collection schedules that households can choose themselves. This saves time and reduces stress, as well as helping keep homes and neighbourhoods clean.
Waste Concern offer a totally bespoke and tailored solution for households with collections on demand for surplus waste or special collections for larger, bulky and specific items, as well as garden waste.
Spencer Feldman, Managing Director of Waste Concern, said: "We felt the frustrations along with many residents that household waste was being changed to fortnightly collections. With the added stresses of stringent rules coming into place in regards to weight of bins and volume of waste produced, we saw an opportunity to alleviate the stress for residents by offering an easy, affordable, one bin solution to waste management. Residents shouldn't have to spend hours separating rubbish and dealing with the stresses of council regulation changes, with Waste Concern, people can get on with living and make the waste our concern."
Starting at just £10 a month, households can have an alternative to the fortnightly collections offered by councils, creating their own schedules to what suits them best. A special launch promotion is on offer where customers can receive a month's collection service for free if they sign up before July.
Spencer went on to add: "Family parties, clearing the garden, redecorating and other such activities can all produce bags of rubbish that begin to pile up between council collections. You can choose to order a regular service between council collections, and whether you want to pay fees on a monthly or annual basis. Alternatively, you can also order an individual on demand refuse collection whenever you want; it really is up to the customer and what works best for them."
Andrew Sinclair from Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire has been a Waste Concern customer for more than two years and says the following about the service he has received thus far:
"Waste Concern empties my bin on a one-off ad-hoc basis. Waste Concern always collect on the day they confirm - even when the snow prevents the council from collecting. Also, as my council provides such a poor recycling service, it is good to know Waste Concern sort the waste for recycling - I often put bottles and jars in my bin, which my council won't collect."
There are two bin sizes on offer and they can be rented on a monthly basis, or purchased outright as council bins cannot be used for private collections. The two sizes consist of a 240 litre regular-sized bin or a 1,100 litre size for household who need a larger capacity.
For more information on Waste Concern and their services, please visit www.wasteconcern.com or call 0845 055 9665.