Managing Office Clearances

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Office clearances

Offices are often sold complete with all items of furniture, and this can include a lot of junk and waste. Before being able to turn an abandoned office into a usable space again, all of the rubbish inside has to be removed.

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Ins and Outs of Rubbish Removal – It’s Not Rocket Science

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Rubbish bin full of rubbish

It never ceases to amaze how quickly rubbish breeds – I know it’s not really possible, it’s not a living, breathing, breeding thing but even so it manages to accumulate at a fantastic rate in a remarkable number of homes and businesses.

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London Iconic Places

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Tower bridge and van

Your visit to London is incomplete if you don’t visit at least one of these iconic places. A city with such a historic past, London has a lot in store for any traveler who happens to stop by for any reason.

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Responsible Waste Recycling in London

Friday, April 27th, 2012

London waste recycling imageWith a population of close to 8 million people, the amount of waste generated in London is substantial. Responsible waste recycling is therefore vital, yet is often more of a challenge in the city than elsewhere.

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Traffic nightmare for The All Clear Company as a man plays the blues

Friday, December 4th, 2009

Person on roof

Roads in east London became gridlocked after police were forced to close a northbound section of the A12 this Tuesday. A man refused to leave the roof of a gallery in Leytonstone causing chaos for rush hour traffic and The All Clear Company.

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What is a DOC or WTN ?

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Environmental protection tick

The Environmental Protection Act (1990) imposes a Duty of Care on the handling of all waste which affects anyone who is a Waste:

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Pre-treatment of Waste

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Waste Removal Image

The landfill Regulations requiring pre-treatment of waste came into force on 30th October 2007.

Please read below some of the requirements that are involved.

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