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Waste (121)

Waste disposal in Cambridgeshire

I'm looking for alternative waste disposal in Cambridgeshire. I'm currently charged near on £60 per ton of biodegradable waste only. Mixed waste around £140 a ton so try and separate as much as possible.Does anyone have any suggestions or other place

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Fly tipping - why?

I have just been rung by a member of the great and good in my village to ask if I know anything about the cuttings left in a farm driveway. Obviously I don't as I never ever fly tip. But I ask the members why some of us in this trade do. The debris i

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24 Replies · Reply by Freshscaped Oct 25, 2014
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Soil in Compost Bins

Job in 2 weeks partly involves removing 3 compost bins 330L plastic type, full of soil.Not sure why they were in the garden as small garden with only around 10m2 of borders, if that.If the bins are still usable I'm going to see if nearest allotments

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2 Replies · Reply by Russ Francis May 26, 2014
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Green waste.

I got my waste carrying license as i want to be all above board etc and have all necessary documents. I arrived at my local tip and asked the guy there if they accept commercial waste. His reply was no. I said i was willing to pay do you not have a f

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9 Replies · Reply by James McKay May 5, 2014
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Industry Jobs

Experienced gardener

EXPERIENCED GARDENER Full-time or Self-employed – Company based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire Salary up to £25k, or self-employed £11/hour starting hourly rate, dependent on experience   The Role: Working as part of a team completing soft and hard landscaping duties for clients. Duties can include: • Hedge cutting • Weeding • Planting • Pruning • Border

Head Gardener for Private Estate

The role of the head gardener is the overall maintenance of the gardens, lawns and grounds. When the opportunity arises, parts of the gardens might be redesigned and replanted. The gardens form an essential and much loved part of a private estate. Main Responsibilities: Full management of 2 part-time assistants, including day-to-day supervision and working

Self Employed Gardeners

Grasstex are currently seeking to engage the services of local (West Sussex / South Surrey) gardeners. If you are a new start up looking for more work, or an existing business with the odd spare day to fill, we may have something for you. We have various types of work available to match your skills.


Gardener required I run an established garden maintenance and soft landscaping business based in North London. I have a record of working in the industry and now work with fellow colleagues on domestic gardens. I’ve spent many years studying and training at Capel Manor. I’m looking to grow my business by taking on additional help

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