Mick George extends commercial waste service
Waste management business Mick George has extended its commercial-based operations to incorporate residential properties on its distribution routes within East Anglia and the East Midlands.
According to Abigail Johnson, head of commercial waste at Mick George, the service will not affect tradition council collections. "The service will most definitely complement council collections. The aim is to mirror existing collection schedules, so that in effect any household that requires additional collections, receives it at a convenient interval," said Johnson.
Customers will be able to select bin sizes, preferential collection dates and frequency as part of the offering with only be one bin type available catering for all waste types.
"The offering does come at a cost, with monthly or annual payment options available, but one that many are likely to deem more than worthwhile given the attributed benefits. ’The commercial waste service has established itself as one of the business’s core offerings in the last 18 months, and the professionalism we’ve delivered has been rewarded with high-profile contracts and award recognition,’’ continued Johnson. ‘’For this reason, expanding in to the B2C market with this service is a natural progression. With our skip, concrete and aggregate offering, we’re already well versed in supplying residential customers with a first-class service, and our intentions do not change with this provision.‘’
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