Residents of Wokingham can lay easy in their beds knowing that their waste is not longer automatically sent for disposal by landfill or incineration. It’s still true that some of it will, unfortunately, suffer one of those fates but nowadays, on the whole, most non-food waste can be effectively collected, sorted and recycled.
Wokingham is fortunate in that the local authority handles a large part of this process, albeit some of it being outsourced to third parties, but there is always a significant amount of waste that cannot be processed by the local authority and its agents within the scope of the normal waste collection procedures.
When this happens, it is good to know that there are locally based waste collection in Wokingham specialists in and around Wokingham who can step into the breach and mop up those jobs that need a bit of extra resource.
Most waste that cannot be handled through the bin system tends to finish up in skips. Builders, landscape gardeners, property developers and others of that ilk are all in the position where they have to arrange for unusual loads of waste material to be collected. Private households too have the occasional need for additional waste disposal services. If a skip is not a viable option, as may sometimes occur due to space constraints, then a “grab lorry” will usually get the job done.
Grab Lorries are very useful in that they are self contained and they can lift and move the waste in a single action as long as they are able to get parked relatively close to where the waste is being stored. If you ever find yourself in need of such a vehicle then there are, yet again, locally based specialist companies who can help.
The best news, however, has been saved for last. Once your waste has been removed it will, wherever possible, be processed and, in many cases, recycled and reused.
Wood can be turned into woodchip, paper and cardboard have many uses and soil can be sieved, cleaned and reused as topsoil on new builds and landscaping projects.
For more information on our tipping facilities. Visit Mcollardwaste.co.uk.