Horse manure and uncontaminated soils are types of organic waste that can be recycled through a landscaping supplier to produce fertiliser. Organise to have your horse manure and others in the local area to be collected by Wanless to help better the environment we live in.
However, unforeseen issues can mean that a bin is not serviced as expected. Such reasons include cars being parked in front of the bin, blocking access; bins not being ‘put out’ for collection; bins being too dangerous to service; or simply a build up of traffic. If a driver does not arrive at the agreed time, please contact your Wanless representative ASAP.
Wanless drivers are trained to recognise and address hazards; they are especially trained in powerline hazards. If you are concerned that the driver may hit powerlines contact your Wanless representative as soon as possible.
When removing the bin(s), the driver must: * Physically check the contents of each and every bin no matter what it was used for, due to EPA standards. * Ensure that dockets are signed and EPA checked in reference to asbestos. * The bin is transported to an approved landfill.
* Grease trap cleansing * Septic tank pump-out and cleaning * Dragline cleaning * Holding tank maintenance * Oily water and processed waste collection * Sewerage transportation * Contaminated water and soil * Chemical wastes (solvents, inks, paint, thinners) * Organic solvents (paint, fuels, oils, hydraulic spoils) * Asbestos removal * Photographic waste removal