We value all customers who are domestic or business clients alike.
As with any industry we still have to deal with the rogues of the business as well - who are these people?
Well rogues or tradesmen who dispose of their waste through flytippers
Why care in these hard times if it is gone then it is gone RIGHT
Well NO in a recent report a few months ago the devastation that a few months of flytipping can be seen if you bring up a BBC report on Purfleet flytipping where a one mile long amount of rubbish was tipped on an old railway line.
The locals as usual blamed the Gypsies who once occupied the sight but get real this was not done over night nor was it just something that could not be seen by anybody. It was rogues and tradesman out to make a quick pound and as ever people only whinged when it was to late.
Now the cost of clear up could be millions because of the mixture of contaminated waste and the complacency shown by local council officails and local people who thought it was someone elses problem
This rubbish disaster could happen anywhere. So ask yourself if a job is to cheap then where do you think the rubbish is going - DO YOU CARE?
It is hard in this industry as the Governmet turns the screw on charges for enviroinmental costs per tonne to dispose of general rubbish but if people only think that it is you suffering think again.
CHOAS may return to our streets as councils look for even more ways to cut costs - WHAT NEXT?
We need your business to survive as an independent but are you willing to pay the true cost