Duty of Care
All businesses have a Duty of Care under The Environmental Protection Act 1990 to ensure that they take all reasonable steps to keep their waste safe. Waste must be stored safely and securely and must not cause pollution to people or the environment. The waste must be packaged in suitable containers so it cannot fall out, blow away or escape from the receptacle.
Businesses must also ensure that the person removing the waste is either a Local Authority or a licensed waste collection company and must be able to provide evidence by which they legally dispose of your waste. There must be a written description of your waste in the form of a Waste Transfer Note and you must retain this for a period of two years.
Commercial Waste Service Provision
The Council offers a competitive waste collection service for commercial premises within Bassetlaw.
The services offered include a full range of waste disposal options, from pre-paid brown sacks ideal if you have no bin storage area, to a range of wheeled bins 240, 360 and 1100 Litres in capacity and which are normally collected on a weekly basis.
The cost of each wheeled bin (per collection) from 1st April 2021:
|240 Litre Bin||£6.24|
|360 Litre Bin||£8.76|
|1100 Litre Bin||£26.65|
Last Updated on Wednesday, May 19, 2021