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If you want to talk a load of rubbish give us a call.

Contract Clearance will discuss your requirements and quote for the job in hand. There are no extras for over-running loading times or a miscalculated volume of rubbish. You know the price before we start. We will, depending on weight, clear up to 8 cubic metres per load and sweep up before we go. We can start the clean up process as soon as you've agreed the price, or at a time convenient to you.

Contract Clearance   is quicker and more cost effective than a skip hire with associated permit costs along with location and access issues. You don't even have to fill it yourself or worry about others filling it for you with their rubbish. All waste cleared will be sent for re-use or recycled wherever possible.

Let me quote for weekly, or frequency of your choice, removal of your office and business waste

Beware of Fly Tippers

The total cost to local authorities of clearing fly-tipping - defined as waste illegally deposited on (public) land under section 33 of the Environment Protection Act 1990 - in 2014/15 was nearly £50 million, an 11 per cent increase on 2013/14. Local authorities carried out nearly 515,000 enforcement actions at an estimated cost of £17.6 million in 2014/15, a £0.3 million increase on the previous year. The cost to private landowners is an estimated £50 - £150 million per year. Don't let your waste become part of the problem.

Householders' duty of care

taken from Defra publication - Waste Duty of Care Code of Practice March 2016

(3.) Householders: waste duty of care requirements.
As a householder, you have a duty to take all reasonable measures to ensure that any household waste produced on your property is only transferred to an authorised person. If you are arranging for a tradesman (eg builder, landscape gardener, carpet fitter) to carry out work on your property, you have a responsibility for the waste produced as a result of the work. You should check:

1. that the tradesman will dispose of the waste generated
2. that they have appropriate authorisation to dispose of the waste eg that they are registered to transport the waste

If the person who takes the waste from you is not authorised to do so, or your waste is illegally disposed of (eg flytipped), you could be prosecuted and fined if you have not taken all reasonable measures to meet your duty of care obligations.

Towns and Areas where we operate:

Addlestone, Ashford, Barnes, Bedfont, Brentford, Byfleet, Chertsey, Chessington, Chiswick, Claygate, Cranford, Cobham, Colnbrook, Ealing, East Horsley, East Sheen, Egham, Englefield Green, Esher, Eton, Feltham, Fulwell, Ham, Hampton, Hampton Court, Hampton Hill, Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Harlington, Harmondsworth, Hatton, Hersham, Heston, Hinchley Wood, Horton, Isleworth, Kew, Kew Gardens, Kingston, Laleham, Littleton, Longford, Mortlake, New Malden, Norbiton, Oakham, Osterley, Raynes Park, Richmond, Roehampton, Runnymede, Shepperton, South Ealing, Staines, Stanwell, St. Margarets, Strawberry Hill, Surbiton, Sunbury Teddington, Thames Ditton, Tolworth, Twickenham, Upper Haliford, Virginia Water, Walton, West Drayton, West Molesey, Whiteley Village, Windsor.

Typical postcode areas
GU23 GU25 KT11 KT12 KT13 KT14 KT15 KT16 KT17 KT18 KT20 KT22 SL0 SL3 SL4 SW13 SW14 SW15 TW1 TW2 TW3 TW4 TW5 TW6 TW7 TW8 TW9 TW10 TW11 TW12 TW13 TW14 TW15 TW16 TW17 TW18 TW19 TW20 UB3 UB7 UB11 W4 W5 W7 W13