If you need a waste management company, always ensure that they have the correct licences and are registered carriers. The list of these registered carriers are freely available to check on Natural Resources Wales. Depending on the tier they apply for, these are the people who have been approved to handle rubbish. So, here’s why you should always hire a reliable company.
It’s The Law
If you hire a company without this licence, you won’t be sure of where your rubbish goes. If you’re a business, you have a duty of care with the rubbish your company produces, and you should be aware of where it ends up. If you happen to hire a cowboy, they could end up fly tipping.
Fly Tipping Prevention
You’ll want to make sure you hire a trustworthy waste management company with the correct licence. If a handler doesn’t have the right permits, they are illegally dumping your waste, and this could be in places where it shouldn’t be. Fly tipping can result in fines, as well as having negative affects on the environment. If your rubbish is fly tipped and somehow tracked back to you, then you’re going to encounter some issues.
Safe Waste Management
The proper licencing means a business has been permitted to handle certain materials. Sometimes this could involve hazardous items, like asbestos. Without proper handling, this could be dangerous for the handler, people in close proximity and the environment. If you want a safe and reliable company dealing with your rubbish, you should make sure they are authorised to do so as they will know exactly how to handle it.
Finally, if you choose a licenced waste management business, you can be confident that they will do all they can to recycle as much rubbish as possible. At Greenacres, we strive to recycle more than 90% of your waste. We have an obligation to the environment and endeavor to keep unnecessary items out of landfill.
Call Greenacres Skip Hire Today
For waste management services, get in touch with our licenced team now. We have many years of experience and have a specialised facility to help reduce the amount of rubbish that goes to landfill.