As isolation continues across the UK to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, people across the country have left their thank you messages for key workers who are continuing to provide vital services.
Along with the clap for the NHS and care workers every Thursday at 8pm, people have been leaving heart warming messages for refuse collectors who are also in amongst those classed as essential workers. From sticking notes to their bins, to writing on the pavement in chalk on collection day, which our Finance and Operations Administrator Helen, did to show her gratitude. The messages don’t go unnoticed and are certainly appreciated.
Waste collectors are vital to avoid the overflow of rubbish which if left to mount up, can cause a spread in diseases, attract vermin, harm the environment and ruin our community reputations. You can read more about this in our blog about fly tipping here.
If you have rubbish which you can’t put in your wheelie bins, perhaps you’ve had a clear out or it’s simply just over flowing, you can read about our on demand waste collections here or get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to help.