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Waste management

Your waste management needs covered

By using 1st Waste Management all of your waste needs can be catered for, from day-to-day collection of your general waste to recyclables, skips and clinical waste.

How you'll benefit
  • No Duty of Care Costs
  • No bin rental charges
  • In house customer service team available 6 days a week
  • Reduced rates for bira members
  • National collection service
  • Carefully selected carriers across all waste streams for a cost beneficial solution

Performance monitoring of all service providers ensures that you will receive a fully compliant collection and delivery service as well as a cost beneficial solution for your business.

Types of waste streams that can be collected include:

  • General waste
  • Mixed recycling (cardboard, paper, cans, plastic)
  • Cardboard only
  • Glass
  • Food
  • Feminine hygiene
  • Confidential shredding
  • Clinical waste
  • Ad hoc skip collections

Start saving on waste management today

bira members can login to access exclusive information

If you’re already a bira member and want to take advantage of this service, simply login to view more information on how to get started.

If you’re not currently a bira member, but you are interested in preferential member benefits, find out more by joining us.

Alternatively, you can contact our membership team on 0800 028 0245
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