With over 80 businesses signed up, the subsidised Team London Bridge recycling and waste removal service is proving popular with prudent members of our business community.
It's easy to see why. The initial service costs levy paying businesses up to 70% less* than usual market prices!
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What gets recycled
Businesses taking part in the scheme can log in
to view their account details and see the latest reports for how much they have recycled.
A very useful tool for supporting your green business credentials.
Why are we offering this? After a comprehensive research and tendering process, First Mile Limited were appointed in August 2009 to provide a general recycling and waste removal service to our member businesses. The main objectives of this subsidised service from Team London Bridge is:
- To help businesses save money by offering a subsidised recycling contract through industry leader First Mile
- To encourage businesses to recycle more of their waste
- To decrease the amount of vehicle movements in our Business Improvement District
Collections take place in off peak hours to have less impact on traffic flows. First Mile also have the potential to collect 24/7 - putting convenience at the heart of their offering.
In another move to save you valuable time and reduce your costs, the recycling collections will be 'co-mingled', which means that paper, card, glass, plastic, cans and tins can all be put in the same sacks. In addition, First Mile will be collecting disused electrical equipment, batteries and old furniture on a quarterly basis.
First Mile also offer a very competitive (un-subsidised) general waste collection service in conjunction with ByWaters. For larger firms we have agreed a preliminary comprehensive waste audit service that will be available free of charge with no commitment required on the part of the business.
For more information contact Henry Johnstone on 020 7407 4701 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
* Depends on volumes collected