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A Brief Guide to Trade Waste Collection for Your Business


From domestic to commercial to hazardous, there are different categories of waste that are produced in society, along with different methods of collecting and handling said waste. Another term you may have heard of is ‘trade waste’ - but what exactly does that refer to?


We’ll answer all in this blog, explaining what it is and why you should arrange a specific collection for it from a trusted, reputable company. Read on to learn more!


What is Considered to be ‘Trade Waste’?


Essentially, trade waste refers to any form of waste that has been generated by any form of trade - whether that be from construction, manufacturing or offering a service. How does this differ from commercial waste? It doesn’t. To dispel any confusion - trade waste and commercial waste are interchangeable terms for the same thing.


As such, any waste that your business produces as a result of your business operations can be considered to be trade waste.


This waste can be a broad range of materials, whether that be:


●      Recyclable materials (e.g. plastic, cardboard)

●      Inert waste (e.g. soil, concrete)

●      Compostable waste (e.g. food waste, green waste)

●      Non-recyclable materials (e.g. black plastic, ceramics)

●      Hazardous substances (e.g. chemicals, solvents)


The Benefits of Arranging a Collection Service


As a business, there are regulations and expectations surrounding how you handle your waste management processes, including how you dispose of your waste responsibly. One of the most convenient, efficient and cost-effective ways to do so is by arranging a commercial waste collection with a reliable commercial waste disposal company.


One example of how this can be arranged is through skip hire. Skip hire services allow you to choose the right size skip for your waste disposal needs, with there being different skips available for different types of waste, allowing you to effectively ensure the different types of waste you produce are disposed of in the most responsible way, thus improving your carbon footprint and avoiding fines for poor waste management.


The great thing about using skip hire is that the skip company will then come and collect your waste, taking it away to be sorted and disposed of in the most sustainable way possible, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your business with peace of mind that this will be handled on your behalf.


Skip Hire from Cherry Hill Waste


Here at Cherry Hill Waste Ltd, we offer a wide range of skip types and sizes to meet your waste requirements -  our service offers you a simple, affordable and hassle-free means of getting rid of your waste. Furthermore, we ensure as much of the waste we collect as possible is recycled instead of ending up in landfill.


Get in touch with us today to learn more about how our services can benefit you and to book your skip.

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