Commercial Waste Management Bromley
Bromley is a significant town and district in the London Borough of Bromley in south-east London, England. It is located 9.3 miles (15.0 kilometers) south of Charing Cross and has a population of 87,889 people as of 2011. Its expansion and transition from an agrarian settlement to trade and retail were aided by its charter in 1158, its placement on a coaching route, and the establishment of a railway station in 1858. Bromley grew dramatically in population during the twentieth century as part of London’s suburban expansion. It was founded as a municipal borough in 1903 and became part of the London Borough of Bromley in 1965. Bromley is becoming a significant shopping and business hub.
Among the town’s numerous retail establishments is the pedestrianized High Street and The Glades Centre, the town’s primary shopping mall with a 1.3-million-person catchment area. There are Gap, Oasis, Russell & Bromley, and Waterstone’s stores in the shopping area, as well as a branch of the small Belgian-themed restaurant chain Belgo. Moreover, in the wake of the development, many restaurants and a theater opened in St. Mark’s Square. Bromley has a natural reserve, Jubilee Country Park, in Petts Wood, and is one of the greenest London boroughs. To be in compliance with their duty of care, businesses and organisations in the Bromley area must implement an effective waste management system. GSG Waste Services provides a free, no-obligation quote, so contact us immediately for all of your waste management needs. Call us today on 020 3369 5901 for a competitive quote.
Commercial Waste Collection Bromley
Despite recycling almost 44 percent of its garbage, Bromley still sends 33 percent of waste to landfills. There have been a number of initiatives taken by the local council in Bromley to encourage individuals to adopt environmentally friendly waste management alternatives, however, businesses must also actively participate in a green future. Bromley, with its charming leafy alleys has a Glades Shopping Centre with over 135 stores, also includes an excellent selection of pubs, bars, and restaurants. According to the Environmental Protection Act of 1990, every business in the UK is responsible for maintaining a clean work environment. It is vital that all waste be collected and disposed of by businesses and commercial institutions is environmentally friendly. The Bromley area’s commercial enterprises and organisations must have a proper waste management system in place as a duty of care.
Waste collection is an important aspect of your business’s waste management strategy. It simply refers to the safe and secure transfer of waste from your organisation to a secondary location for proper sorting and disposal. Collection services are beneficial since they try to ensure that waste does not end up in landfills and continually invest in innovative technologies, promoting a more sustainable future. In addition to collecting waste from a variety of sectors, we also offer waste disposal services. Businesses have varying volumes of various waste types that must be collected on an as-needed basis since no two are the same.
Commercial Waste Disposal Bromley
Making sure your commercial waste is disposed of in an environmentally-friendly way are vital concerns for all businesses and for the environment. The disposal of waste is one of the most fundamental components of keeping your business running smoothly, but it can be confusing to know what type of waste disposal you require, what services are available, and what types of waste can be disposed of, as well as how to store it before it’s collected for disposal. Waste can be disposed of through recycling, composting or landfilling.
Recycling: Recycling is the process of remaking waste into reusable items.
Composting: If your organisation generates a large amount of food waste, composting is an excellent eco-friendly waste disposal solution. Food waste can also be removed by anaerobic digestion.
Landfill: Using landfills should only be a last resort due to the harmful effects they have on our ecosystem. However, landfills also produce dangerous gases as products decompose over time therefore, they are not our best options.
The town has two recycling centres for household recycling namely:
Churchfields Road Reuse and Recycling centre
Waldo Road Reuse and Recycling Centre