Residential Bin Collection
A couple of months back, waste management specialists Mick George Ltd announced the extension of its commercial bin collection service, to now include households across Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The move was prompted by increasing frustration from local residents in the aforementioned counties, since the reduction of residential waste collections, subsequently resulting in a build-up of unwanted waste for longer periods than desired.
Initial feedback on the service has been optimistic, with demand higher than the company originally anticipated. Consequently, the company has managed to fulfil more efficient distribution routes allowing Mick George Ltd to make yet another bold statement, reducing its rates to further stimulate growth of the provision, enhancing its already positive reputation.
In essence, for just £13.99 a month, Mick George Ltd will provide households with a bin which will be collected bi-weekly, existing council collections, so that your waste is collected every week, just like it used to be.
Impressively, the company has also removed any requirements for segmenting rubbish. All waste can be compiled in one bin, and Mick George Ltd from their Recycling Centre, will divide the various material types for you, utilising state-of-the-art technology.
Designed to complement, rather than replace existing council services, it’s easy to recognise why the service has proven such a hit. Customers are able to select bin sizes, preferential collection dates and frequency as part of the offering, and all of this can be done anytime, anywhere, using the company’s website.
Abigail Johnson, Head of Commercial Waste at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’The Commercial Waste service has established itself as one of the business’s core offerings in the last 18 months, and the professionalism we’ve delivered has been rewarded with high-profile contracts and award recognition.’’
Johnson continued: ‘’This appears to have been repeated in the B2C market. With our Skip, Concrete and Aggregate offering, we’re already well versed in supplying residential customers with a first-class service, which probably offers reasoning why this provision has followed in suit. ‘’