Why A Waste Transfer Notice Hits The Write Notes
It won’t come as a surprise to know that the origin of the expression ‘hitting all the right notes’ is musical. But in our case, we hit all the ‘write notes’ – that’s not a spelling mistake because a Waste Transfer Notice is something we pride ourselves on here at CBS Waste.
Fly tipping has always been a problem in the United Kingdom, but it seems like some offenders just haven’t got the memo. Time and again, local newspapers report stories about the issue and in Winchester, the shortage of HGV drivers has been blamed.
But we are a responsible waste disposal company and that’s why we give all our customers a Waste Transfer Notice. That way, they know that their rubbish isn’t being dumped illegally and is being taken to a recycling centre.
Once the rubbish is loaded onto our tippers, the operatives write notes and fill it out with all the key information a customer needs. What we’ve done is break it down into sections so you can understand in more detail how it works.
Section A – Description of waste
This is fairly self-explanatory, but not all waste jobs are the same. Sometimes, our operatives pick up mixed waste and on other jobs, they might pick up a selection of mattresses. Quite often, the waste will just be loose but CBS Waste can also offer skip services now too.
Section B – Current holder of the waste
In simple terms, this just means the customer that we’re collecting the waste from.
Section C – Person collecting the waste
In short, that’s CBS Waste.
Section D – The transfer
This is where we specify where the waste is being taken to. The surefire sign of a dodgy waste collection company is if they don’t give customers paperwork when collecting their rubbish. But we do and this is why people trust us.
Do you need rubbish taking away from your domestic or commercial premises? Contact us on 01480 220434, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message through our website.