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Waste container rental service launched by Taylor

A new waste container rental service has been launched today by provider Taylor, waste containment and recycling solutions.


The UK nationwide rental service is aimed at waste contractors, recycling service providers, brokers and local authorities and allows businesses to increase their stock of containers or set up new recycling services without the financial outlay of buying containers outright.

Some of the services Taylor will provide include: standard galvanised steel wheeled containers, node recycling street furniture, cowbins and art-covered recycling bins.
Taylor will provide include: standard galvanised steel wheeled containers, node recycling street furniture, cowbins and art-covered recycling bins.
 
Taylor sales and marketing director Dr David Gillett said: The Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs Waste Strategy for England 2007 has set the objective of boosting recycling in SMEs, and this will be driven by the Pre-Treatment Requirement of the EU Landfill Directive coming into force on October 30 2007 making it illegal to send untreated commercial and industrial waste to landfill.

In response to this many privately owned waste contractors, scrap metal companies, aggregates companies, construction companies, waste brokers and facilities management companies are likely to enter the business of operating a commercial recycling collection service.

Our rental service is the ideal way for them to acquire the most durable waste containers on the market quickly, flexibly and at low cost.

 

 

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