West London covers the most prestigious areas of London including Knightsbridge, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Richmond Upon Thames. Regarded as one of the largest commercial districts it also houses some of the city’s most famous buildings including the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Kensington and Buckingham Palace. West London also has a significant amount of green areas covering many of the royal parks including Hyde Park, Holland Park, Richmond Park and Battersea Park.
There are many different options in regards to waste removal and disposal in West London from domestic waste removal services, office clearance services and commercial waste and rubbish removal services. Waste transfer companies in the area offer various services from skip hire to full and part load man and van services.
West London councils offer both general and recycling waste collection at the kerbside as well as a subscription service for the removal of garden waste. Many of the local authorities also offer a one off service for the collection of bulky waste items such as furniture/sofas/fridges for competitive prices, although due to high demand it can take 6-8 weeks in order for items to be collected.
The West London authority, like many of the councils, run recycling centres which are often one of the most cost effective ways of disposing of your unwanted goods. However unlike independent rubbish removal companies this service requires the resident to transport the waste themselves and it is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct documentation as many centres will require residents to complete a registration process prior to disposing of the waste and/or provide proof of ID or address. In addition to this service many councils such as Richmond provide a comprehensive list of the community reuse and recycling schemes in the local borough.
West London council reuse and recycle 55.42% of waste with 44.58% going to landfill. West London borough councils are conscious of the importance of recycling and being mindful of the environmental impact of waste. They detail on their websites the process of recycling products and their role in creating fuel, electricity and fertiliser. The West London Waste Authority has 3 waste transfer stations which handle over 300,000 tonnes of waste per year.
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