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Waste King: The Facts

Waste King is a materials-removal company that is growing its customer base in the UK. They physically serve London, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, and they do business online and over the phone. This article examines the facts about the company.

Waste removal made easy

Overview
Some of the wide range of waste removal services they perform are:
- Both commercial and private business
-Shop clearance
-Refurbishments
-Rubbish clearance
-Skip hire
-House clearances
-Waste electrical and electronic equipment removal
-Waste collections
-Garden and yard clearance This environmentally friendly Waste King is big on quality of service, and recycling is a big part of what they do. They don’t just collect refuse, they specialise in collection and removal and they do all the work.
They have everything they need when they come, and other than a little direction from the customer, they already know what to do. They charge by the load size and the price includes loading, and they divide time into two-hour increments to ensure getting every last detail and time to sweep up. They have special rates for every size of load, but as of Summer 2011 the general prices are: - Xtra large (16 yards) £294 -Large (12 yards) £239 -Builders (8 yards) £174 -Midi (4 yards) £104 -Lower ‘Fast Load’ rates for larger jobs

Rubbish removals are less expensive than you may think

Other features
Fast Load discounts apply when a job takes less than half the amount of time allocated to complete a job of eight cubic yards or more. 100kg of heavy material collection is free with orders over four cubic yards. Labour charges are incurred when collection exceeds the agreed free labour allotment time and fees will amount to around £39.00 per half hour.
All the rates on the website schedule are inclusive of the 20 percent VAT rate. Waste King provides a minimum of two people to perform these services, adding more according to load size and weight of items.
They recycle at least 75% of the load (and pay the recycling fees) and non-recyclable materials go to a registered waste transfer station. They are environmentally concerned and use the most earth-friendly practices and manners of disposal. Hours of operation include the usual, Monday through Friday from 08:30 to 17:30 and Saturdays from 09:00 to 15:00, and they also do unsociable hours for those who need to work around other schedules. Final word Look up Waste King Garbage Disposal and see what they can do for you.

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