From Construction Waste Clearance to Wheelie Bin Collections
ETS Waste provide a full range of commercial waste clearance services in East Sussex. From construction and trade waste such as hardcore, old timber and plasterboard, through to regular bin collections and full shop or office clearance, no job is too big or small.
We can clear all types of commercial and business waste. We work with a large number of construction companies, kitchen and bathroom fitters and property management companies. We also provide weekly, bi-weekly and monthly bin collections for various retail outlets and other industries.
Trade & Business Waste Clearance Services in East Sussex
ETS Waste are a fast-growing East Sussex waste management company, providing commercial waste removal services throughout the county. From our base in Eastbourne, we provide professional and reliable business waste collection services to customers throughout East Sussex, covering areas including Hailsham, Bexhill, Hastings, Lewes, Newhaven and Heathfield.
Our friendly and experienced team can help with any commercial waste clearance requirements you may have. We can clear anything from bagged waste to full shop clearances. Full site clearances can also be carried out. We are small enough to care about single items, while being large enough to efficiently carry out a full site or commercial property clearance.
We Recycle – Aiming for Zero to Landfill!
ETS Waste care passionately about recycling and minimising waste sent to landfill. We only dispose of waste at licensed waste transfer stations where it is sorted and processed for recycling or waste-to-energy projects. Read more here…
Waste Transfer Notes
ETS Waste will provide a waste transfer note with every commercial waste clearance we carry out, at no additional cost to you.
We are signed up to the Environment Agency’s edoc system. Edoc is a new online system designed to help transform the way you record what happens to the waste you produce. It does away with outdated paper waste transfer notes, saving you time, effort and money in fulfilling your legal duty of care for waste.
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