Checking the Environmental Credentials of Your Skip Hire Company

Posted on 10th February 2012

Whether you are completing a spot of DIY over the course of a weekend or you are a contractor with an on-going project, skip hire will be on your list of requirements. There are a number of things that you will be looking for from a waste management company. Affordable prices that won’t break the budget for your build, customer service that won’t let you down and a comprehensive range of skip hire options are all important, but what about the environmental credentials of your chosen firm? AMA Waste Management can provide an efficient and environmentally-friendly skip hire service that domestic and commercial customers alike can rely on.

Whether you are simply renovating your home and need to dispose of an old bathroom suite, or your firm of builders Solihull require reliable skip hire, disposing of waste in a responsible way should be your priority.  By choosing AMA Waste Management, you can rest assured that you are investing in skip hire from a company who place a strong emphasis on recycling and responsible waste management.

Carrying out a few simple checks before choosing a skip hire contractor can help to ensure that you select a reputable firm. When you are looking for a skip hire firm, it is essential to find a company with a Waste Carrier’s Licence. As well as this licence, at AMA Waste Management our services always adhere to the very latest government environmental guidelines. These credentials mean that our customers can have confidence in the quality of our services, and in our commitment to providing environmentally-friendly skip hire.

We recycle 85% of the waste we receive, and consistently monitor our many nationwide depots to ensure that they continue to adhere to our policy of recycling where possible. When you are looking for skip hire which is good for you and good for the environment, make AMA Waste Management your first choice.

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