Catering and retail waste management are procedures for handling waste from malls, retail stores, catering and other businesses. These wastes include solid and liquid materials, which are potentially dangerous to the environment if they aren’t handled properly.
This makes it important for business owners to create disposal plans for all wastes their business produces. If you need a professional solution for your catering or retail waste management service in Hammersmith, you can contact Waste Removal Hammersmith.
We handle all projects from small to medium and large enterprises. Our waste management services are tailored to meet each customer’s needs, whether trash collection or full recycling services.
The high streets and outlets are getting more adapted and responsive to the needs of shoppers. Whether you are relocating or resizing to a small independent shop, busy and large shopping centre, food outlet or restaurant, we can assist you in keeping your business premises waste-free.
If you have a commercial retail business producing lots of waste regularly, we can offer a retail waste collection and disposal service, making your waste management hassle-free. We can arrange weekly collections at a time suitable for you. The collection can be at the same time weekly or any time that suits you.
Our retail waste management and disposal team will come to your business premises to remove the waste. Our weekly waste collection saves you both money and time. We provide on-demand, and regular collections, including extra collections.
We know the importance of making your business premises welcoming to enhance sales. Whether you are destroying branded products, refurbishing your store, changing your shop windows for the latest arrival, or want to dispose of a broken fridge, we have the perfect solution for you.
Catering waste is the waste produced in restaurants, canteens and catering facilities. Most of the waste is food waste and can include items with animal by-products, such as cooked or processed fish and meat, baked goods containing meat, dairy or fish.
Broken utensils, liquids, packing and other rubbish produced from catering activities are also catering waste.
Some common types of catering waste include:
Any business that produces food for customers provides a form of catering. This means any waste produced while making food, whether as simple as putting together a few sandwiches, is catering waste.
Any organisation or building with catering facilities online will need catering waste management, from campsites to shopping centres.
Common businesses that produce catering waste include:
Waste Removal Hammersmith provides a wide range of outdoor and indoor catering bins, containers, and bags for separating and collecting waste. We can provide free bins, and you only pay for collection.
We have different solutions, from specific food waste bins to containers for storing and compacting cardboard and other recycling.
We can provide you with tailor-made solutions if you produce large amounts of catering waste. There are laws preventing waste from getting dumped in sewers or lateral drains. Our professionals know the waste legislation for catering waste and will ensure your business adheres to these regulations.
All employers are legally obligated to manage and dispose of the waste produced by their businesses. In most cases, catering waste ends up in one bin because of the lack of facilities and a large amount of waste produced.
Several laws apply for catering food waste disposal because raw eggs, fish and meats can’t be disposed of in landfills. This makes it important for catering businesses to understand the legislation for waste disposal.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs or DEFRA classifies three main categories of animal by-products (ABPs) based on their risk levels. However, two apply to catering waste.
An easy catering waste solution is reducing the among of waste you produce. Since lots of the waste is food waste, you can take various steps to try and reduce the amount of waste during food preparation.
A few ways to reduce your catering waste include:
We provide catering waste collection services for all businesses, regardless of size. Our licensed waste carriers are readily available for your catering waste collection in Hammersmith. We can provide you with the right size and type of bins for your waste.
When you fill the bins with waste, you can place them at the agreed pickup spot for collection at a convenient time. Our expert team will collect and take it to the appropriate recycling centre for proper disposal, depending on the waste type.
Disposing and recycling catering waste positively impacts the environment and save your business money, resources and time. You can book daily, weekly or bi-weekly collections, and we can increase waste collection frequency as your business grows or with seasonal fluctuations. One-off catering waste collections and disposals are also available.
You can contact Waste Removal Hammersmith on 020 37450982 to book our catering and retail waste collection and disposal service.
International catering waste (ICW) is food waste from international transport vehicles. The waste is produced overseas, on international wasters or during transport. For example, international catering waste could be from catering activities on armed forces vehicles, a cruise ship, a private yacht, or an aeroplane originating from another territory or country.
International catering waste is under category 1 ABP, meaning it is considered high-risk. If you have international catering waste, ensure you follow the legal guidelines for disposal. Our expert team can also advise you on how to dispose of this waste.
Domestic catering waste is waste generated from catering activities in the UK. You can use international foodstuff, but if it is cooked, prepared and served in the UK, it is domestic catering waste.
The waste may be from catering services on trains in the UK or domestic flights in the UK. Domestic catering waste falls under category 3 ABP, which is low risk. The waste can be disposed of with other waste types and food waste.
Countertop bins are usually for disposing of food waste while preparing food in commercial kitchens, which can be emptied in larger food waste bins.
Counter-side bins are for storing waste in the kitchen with regular waste. The bins can be emptied into specific food waste bins outside your kitchen, like the 240-litre or 120-litre wheelie bins.