Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year From AMA
Another year has come and gone, and haven’t these past 12 months just flown by? It seems only yesterday we were wishing you all a merry Christmas and handing out tips for a New Year house clearance, but now it’s time to hang the stockings, decorate the tree and to do it all over again.
We’ve had a fun year here at AMA, packed with all the waste management and skip hire we could ever want, with some exciting events throughout as well. Like millions of other football fans we loved this year’s World Cup and showed you all sorts of interesting facts and figures about it too, we’ve brought you research on how much waste music festivals produce, tips on eco-homes, under-construction skyscrapers, building site clearance and so much more.
In fact, it’s been such a busy year that it feels almost like we’ve outdone ourselves, and that we might not be able to keep it up for another 12 months– but we’re sure we’ll manage. We’ve got plenty lined up for the new year, including a whole raft of seasonal tips, summer holiday plans and even a look at the upcoming Rugby World Cup – lots for you to look forward to.
Preparing For The Christmas Cleanup
Of course, despite being the holiday and party season, we can’t hang up our brooms, shovels, skips and trailers just yet. Both Christmas and New Years Eve produce a huge amount of waste, from presents and party waste to Christmas trees and new year home renovation, and all that needs to be collected by someone.
Whether you’re planning your work’s party or having the family round for Christmas lunch, hosting the NYE party to end all parties or staying in to save money for next-year’s big DIY project, don’t forget to give AMA a call to help you clear away the post-festivity mess. From skip hire for the big jobs to man-in-a-van waste collection and even portable toilet hire for the biggest of New Year’s soirées, AMA has services to help whatever the season brings.
Whatever your plans this holiday season, all of us here at AMA wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
See you in 2015!