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Waste (121)

Waste carrier License question

Hi all,im in the process of starting up a garden clearance service and have a few questions about licences. I realise that if i only carry green waste i need to register for a lower tier licence at no financial cost. My issue is this:- My address is

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Green waste disposal

I guys I know there have been a lot of posts about green waste, I am based in Guildford Surrey and am sure I saw a while back there was somewhere near me that charged £25 per load but can't seem to find it, any help would be appreciated, many thanks

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Green waste

I was wondering whether anyone knew of cheap places to use for this season and for future seasons for disposing of my green waste. Normally I have at least 3-4 dump sacks a day, sometimes more.

I can't seem to find any places in my area, I've been giv

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6 Replies · Reply by matt evans Apr 12, 2014
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Waste Charges

Hi Guys

Could someone tell me whether they think our local tip in Leicester is expensive. We use a local tip in Whetstone Leicestershire and they have a minimum charge for Trade waste. Minimum charge is £28.50 (basically £30.00) for up to 1/4 of a ton

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Cost of getting rid of waste?

In East Cheshire they have suspended the green bin collection from Mid November until mid March!! (Don't get me started on what a ridiculous decision this is in the name of saving money.)
We normally fill customers green bins with their leaves if the

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30 Replies · Reply by Andy May 25, 2014
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