Delighting Ben Fogle at the house in West London

It was a great day for us all at Quick Wasters and we got the opportunity to delight Ben Fogle at his home in West London. Ben is an English adventurer, author, broadcaster and writer, best known for his presenting roles with Channel 5, BBC and ITV according to him Wikipedia page.

Fogle is a television presenter working for the BBC, ITV, Channel 5, Sky, Discovery and National Geographic. He has hosted Crufts, One Man and His Dog, Countryfile, Country Tracks, Extreme Dreams With Ben Fogle, Animal Park, Wild on the West Coast, Wild in Africa, “Ben Fogle – African Migration” and Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. Fogle made a film about the facial deforming disease Noma for a BBC Two documentary Make Me A New Face which followed the work of the charity Facing Africa and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

It’s was a pleasure for us to serve him and make sure his house clearance is done the way he wanted.

Ben-Fogle

Likewise, we do a great work in West London areas and it’s our goal to make sure all our customers gets the best rubbish clearance services in London.  We’ve got over 45 Google reviews which you can see by searching for “Quick Wasters reviews” 

Quick-Wasters-Google-reviews

See some of the Quick Wasters reviews on Yell as well.

That’s why we are the best rubbish clearance services company in London.

Easiest Ways to Keep Things Green

Sometimes it can be easy to forget about the environment in our day to day lives when we have so much going on. So here are some easy ways so that we can keep things a little healthier and keep this planet going that much longer…

Help the planet by saving energy and your money!

Easiest ways you can do this is by unplugging appliances when not using, installing florescent light bulbs (CFL’s), using a drying rack instead of machine drying and maybe even set your thermostat a few degrees lower in the summer when it’s not necessary.

There’s no need for bottled water

The best thing to do is to purify the original tap water instead of buying the bottled water. Not only does bottled water create a large amount of container waste but it is expensive as well. The best thing to do is to keep a bottle in your bag at all times but preferably aluminium as plastic can have some bad chemicals in it.

Think about what you eat

If you can try and have slightly less meat in your diet. It’s not like you have to go vegetarian, but by just having one less meal without meat in each weak over a period of time it will make a huge difference. Not only by doing this are you helping the environment by doing this, but it can also be great for your health. Especially if a lot of that meat is very processed as well.

Don’t go cheap for electronics

The main reason why you are probably better off at doing this is because you want to keep your computers, phones, tablets and other electronics as long as possible.  When it does come time to when you don’t need them anymore donating, recycling or hiring a clearance company, are the best options for electronic waste management. The E- waste contains mercury and other toxics which is a constant growing environmental issue.

We are all in this together

Some of these small ways you can help to keep things green may seem like you are making no difference when it is just you. However, we are all in this together to keep the environment healthy and a little can go a long way.

How Rubbish Removal System Works In UK

In a world where everyone is increasingly becoming alive to the risks brought about by global warming, the issue of rubbish removal and clearance has greatly evolved. Here in London, the City Council has traditionally been the service provider to many homes and businesses. Usually, City Hall would send in rubbish clearance teams to homes and other premises to collect rubbish on specified days, at agreed destinations. As a home owner, all that you would do was to compile all your rubbish in a rubbish can or bag and wait for it to get collected. But with time, many Londoners weren’t satisfied by the removal services offered by the City Council; sometimes they were just too slow in coming over and other times, they refused to pick your rubbish on ridiculous grounds like the rubbish weighing more than the required weight (usually 20kg/44 lbs).

The Birth of private rubbish removal companies in London;
Once the first few rubbish removal companies emerged in London, they became hugely popular with the residents; their flexibility, affordability, and the fact that their services were holistic were some of the major contributing factors. Today, almost 70% of Londoners rely on private rubbish clearance companies for their home or business needs. The city is home to many professional and reputable rubbish clearance companies, one good example is Quick Wasters. Quick Waster is a perfect example of a rubbish removal company in London that has cleverly and skillfully tailored their services to offer a myriad of services all under one roof. In other words, while the City Council could at best only collect home waste, Quick Wasters offers both home and commercial waste removal services, they offer garden clearance, and their clearance services also include car garage clearance, and so on so forth.

How much does rubbish removal in London cost?
Usually, this is determined by factors like the amount of rubbish that needs to be cleared, what labor or equipment shall be required to get the job done, and so on so forth.  But basically, it is anything between £48.00 and £300, depending on factors like some of the mentioned above. One important thing to always look out for however is what is known as “hidden costs”. Some unscrupulous companies tend to give you a quotation of their services, and then latter sneak in ridiculous charges like parking fees, loading fees, etc.

Conclusion;
In a nutshell, a majority of Londoners rely on private removal companies like Quick Wasters to get the job done, whether in their homes, offices, residential premises, or even on building and construction sites. For more details, just check out http://www.quickwasters.co.uk/prices.php