Richmond Waste Removals Ltd offers a bespoke building site waste removal service that helps to keep construction projects of any size moving forward in a smooth and efficient manner. We understand the complexities of these projects and the volumes of waste they soon generate. In fact, figures show that the UK construction industry creates approximately 12 million tonnes of waste per year. That’s roughly a third of all annual rubbish.
As such, our team works in Richmond, Kingston and the wider London area with two clear goals: help to keep construction projects moving forward in line with timescales and budgets while minimising their environmental impact with ethical, responsible disposal of their waste.
Our building site waste removal service involves the collection of:
We understand that every building site has its own unique characteristics, so this isn’t a definitive list. If the materials you need to remove haven’t been listed above, please still contact us. Our team can accommodate the needs of almost every enquiry.
However, clients should note we do not remove hazardous substances, including those that may contain asbestos, lead and toxic gases.
Our team has the experience and training to adapt to the needs of any building site in Richmond, Kingston and throughout the London area. We recognise that construction projects run to tight deadlines, so we ensure minimal disruption during every building site waste removal service we perform. This includes arriving promptly during the pre-arranged time slot chosen by the client and a swift, efficient loading process.
We understand that, as a busy working environment, building sites carefully plan the arrivals of various services. With the flexibility to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Richmond Waste Removals has earned a reputation as the reliable waste management solution.
When compared to hiring one or multiple skips, our services provide a more cost-effective solution. We price our building site waste removal based on the exact volume of rubbish being taken away, so our clients only pay for the removed materials. When trying to accurately calculate skip usage, it’s common for people and businesses to pay for nothing more than thin air.
For the ultimate peace of mind, we have a waste carrier’s license issued by the Environment Agency. When paired with our commitment to reuse and recycle as much waste material as possible, our clients in construction can rest assured that their waste material isn’t simply being dumped in a landfill.