Commercial waste: Don't get the wrong side of the law
Getting rid of commercial waste can be a tricky business, so don't risk getting on the wrong side of the law. Let Boston Borough Council's commercial waste and recycling service take the strain, with compliance guaranteed.
The service is competitively priced and managed locally by local staff, fully conversant with the regulations and with years of in-depth knowledge and expertise of dealing with all types of waste.
On offer is a competitively priced commercial waste and recycling collection service, providing refuse sacks or a variety of different sized wheeled bins selected to meet your specific needs. The amount you pay for the service is based on the size of bin required and the frequency of collection you require.
The price you pay is all inclusive. There are no hidden costs, no VAT and no hire or purchase fee for your bin(s). You can pay by Direct Debit which is quick and simple to set up.
For a no-obligation quote, tailored to meet your needs, or for further information about the commercial waste and recycling service, please contact the Commercial Waste Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the commercial waste quote form found on the council website Commercial Waste and Recycling Service or call the Customer Service team on 01205 314200.
- Be the first new commercial waste customer and win six free collections - first three win. Email email@example.com or complete the commercial waste quote form
- Look out for our social media campaign - existing customers who refer a friend could win four free collections.
The Coaching Inn Group, which runs the White Hart Hotel in Boston, is already a borough council commercial waste customer. Hotel general manager Dominic Solesbury said: "We are very satisfied with the service we receive. We have the right size and right number of bins for the commercial waste we generate. It's a no-fuss service - the bins get emptied regularly - the crew know where they are kept and they just turn up and get on with it. They are emptied in time for our busy weekends."