• 0 Rubbish removal croydon

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    We understand time is money and when you need rubbish clearance you need people who you can count on we have meany years in this industry we are based in Croydon we can come to most areas to collect we also do skip hire  our prices are great from only £35 for rubbish collections and £160 for skip hire give us a call 07707469270

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    waste removal service based in Croydon we can collect small items of full loads we also offer skip hire for large or small projects unlike other waste company’s the wastbusters can offer you the best waste service ie if you have large jobs in witch waight wil be massive we can offer skip hire from as little as £160 or if you have large light waight bulky stuff we can come in our waste removal truck from as little as £35 so when it comes to waste we really can help you give us a call or email to discuss your waste needs 

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  • 0 Waste Busters Rubbish Clearance Croydon

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    The WASTEBUSTERS offer cheap rubbish clearance in Croydon see our prices from £35 which is very cheap we are very good at what we do some facts about Croydon Dickensian factsCharles John Huffam Dickens was born on February 7 1812, making 2012 two hundred years since he came in to the world.Unlike other authors, Dickens' published his books in affordable monthly instalments costing a shilling each.Croydon resident Hablot Knight Browne, also known as Phiz, was used by Dickens to illustrate ten of his 15 novels.Dickens' second novel Oliver Twist, was also titled The Parish Boy's Progress.Dickens wished to be buried in front of Rochester Cathedral. However, he was actually laid to rest in Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey in 1870.London and Paris were the two cities to feature in his novel, The Tale of Two Cities.Charles Dickens is one of few writers to have his own theme park, which opened in Chatham on 25 May 2007.From 1993 to 2003 Charles Dickens featured on a £10 bank note.The Mystery of Edwin Drood was Dickens' last novel. It was unfinished at the time of Dickens' death and the ending remains unknown to this day.StatisticsCroydon's population is now estimated to be 381,000 - the second most populated borough in London.Croydon has 84,000 young people under the age of 15, the largest number of any other borough.If Croydon were a city is would be the 8th largest in the UK ahead of Wakefield and Coventry.HistoryCroydon is mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1068.St Mary's Church in Addington was established in 1040 and is burial site for eleven Archbishops of Canterbury.Croydon was home to John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of Elizabeth I and James I and who founded the Whitgift School in 1596Croydon's Parish Church is the only Minster in Greater London.Battle of Britain fighter pilots started their campaign from Croydon.Croydon was the first area outside central London to use postcodes.Green CroydonThe Royal Horticultural Society voted Coombe Wood London's best park in 2009.In the same year, Croydon was also voted the Royal Horticultural Society's 'Greenest large city' in the UK.Shopping28 out 30 of the UK's top brands have outlets in CroydonCroydon has 2.5million sq feet of retail area - nearly 0.5% of the total in the UK.Purley Way is the 8th largest retail park in the UKDo you need rubbish removal or skip hire Croydon ring 07707469270

  • 0 Rubbish Removal Sutton

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    The wastebusters Sutton can help with all your waste needs we turn up load up and take your rubbish away from only £35 cheaper than any other companies we offer free advice over the phone  and a free quote give us a call 07707469270.  We also offer skip hire 

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    We clear rubbish in lewisham,catford,and surrounding areas  the WASTEBUSTERS can come to your house or business to clear waste we have meany years in the industry we can't do all sorts of waste removal our prices start from £35 pounds which is cheaper than all other companies if it goes In the bin give us a call 07707469270

  • 0 Rubbish waste removal services

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    Builders Waste Clearance is easy when hiring a the wasebusters Construction site rubbish removalWhether you are a domestic customer or the manager of a building site, clearing builders waste is easy when you hire The WASTEBUSTERS Unlike skip services, company will only charge for the actual waste removed, reducing the overall cost of your building project. Waste is often removed on a same day basis, which saves the time it takes to clear up your work site and get on to the next task. Companies that specialise in waste removal need to be authorised to clear construction waste as this will guarantee they are a responsible disposal of waste company and they ensure that items that can be reused or recycled will be. Easy cost savingsHiring a junk removal company to remove your builder’s waste means that you don’t have to apply for an on-road skip permit or pay for parking bay suspension fees to accommodate a skip. They will provide the manpower for the clearance, as well as all equipment needed, including dust sheets and rubble bags if needed. Equipped to remove a variety of builders waste, these businesses may end up eliminating the need to source different methods of disposal for everything from flooring, windows and kitchen cabinets to boilers and radiators. An easy time-effective solutionThe more waste you accumulate, the more it will cost to have it removed. Periodic use of a junk removal company throughout the life cycle of your building project, will reduce clearance costs overall and keep work schedules flowing, by ensuring that the site remains relatively clear of obstacles. Clearance is quick and efficient and as the work is done by experienced rubbish removers; your workers can stay on-task, instead of needing to take time out to load the purpose built vehicle. If you are a domestic customer, a junk removal company saves you the time it will take to do the tedious work of clearing building materials away yourself, and in some geographic areas, there are also restrictions on what you can remove yourself. A Hassle-free solution to builders wasteWhen it comes to builder’s waste clearance, health and safety is a factor. A junk removal company will provide workers that are properly trained and have the appropriate equipment and experience to do the job, they wont just send anyone. They will be aware of the legal requirements for clearing specific types of building material, and reduce the risk of injury to you or your construction staff in the form of cuts, abrasions, back pain and muscle strains from removing the waste. A junk removal company will remove builders waste from any part of your building site as long as they can access it and sort it into recyclables, reusable and for the landfill. They will ensure that the floors are swept and that all debris has been removed before the end of the job. You will also be provided with any necessary certificates for the disposal of waste. For your further convenience, fully insured junk removal services can be booked and managed online. Give us a call for skip hire and rubbish removal 07707469270

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    Junk Removal Furzedown SW17Junk Removal Balham SW12Junk Removal Wandsworth SW18Junk Removal Southfields SW18Junk Removal Earlsfield SW18. House Clearance CR8 KenleyGardening Waste CR8 KenleyElectronic Waste Disposal CR8 KenleyDomestic Rubbish Collection CR8 KenleyCommercial Rubbish Collection CR8 KenleyBuilding Waste Removal CR8 KenleyHouse Clearance SE6 CatfordGardening Waste SE6 CatfordElectronic Waste Disposal SE6 CatfordDomestic Rubbish Collection SE6 CatfordCommercial Rubbish Collection SE6 CatfordBuilding Waste Removal SE6 CatfordWaste Clearance Kenley Junk Removal Nonsuch SM3Junk Removal Carshalton SM5Junk Removal Worcester Park KT4Junk Removal Mitcham CR4Junk Removal Merton SW19 Junk Removal Colliers Wood SW19Junk Removal Merton SW19Junk Removal Streatham SW16Junk Removal Wimbledon SW19Junk Removal Norbury SW16 Junk Removal Clapham SW4Junk Removal Furzedown SW17Junk Removal Tulse Hill SE27Junk Removal Nunhead SE15Junk Removal Peckham Rye SE15 . we collect waste in the whole of southlondonsouth BROMLEYLondon Borough of BromleyThe borough managed to recycle 12% more of household waste during 2012/13 compared to 2009/10. Annually a household in Bromley produces between 600 and 450 kg of wBARKING AND DAGENHAMLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamThe local authority of Barking and Dagenham collected 91, 340 tons of waste during 2012-13. This is about 4% less than the total amount of waste collected back in 2009-10. On the plus side, in recent years the local authorities manage to send for recycling about 1/3 of the collected waste. BARNETLondon Borough of BarnetAn average household in London Borough of Barnet produces about 700 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the borough managed to process about 47, 000 tons of household waste in 2012/13. This is about 3, 000 tons less compared to the previous period. BEXLEYLondon Borough of BexleyThe households in London Borough of Bexley produce between 95 and 99 thousand tons of refuse each year and at least half are successfully recycled. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 500 kg of waste each year. CROYDONLondon Borough of CroydonAn individual household in Croydon produced about 492 kg which is nearly a hundred kilograms less compared to 2009/10. The borough is doing significantly well in therms of recycling managing to recycle over 58, 000 tons of household waste.Home » Areas We CoverAREAS WE COVERIn an effort to improve customer experience, we have available local teams in each and every one of Greater London’s 32 boroughs plus the City of London. Over the course of our existence as specialised waste collection company, we have accumulated tremendous amount of knowledge how to best serve customers’ interests. Our carefully planned local specialist distribution has helped us speed up service delivery which, in turn, allowed for a particularly handy 24/7 rubbish removal. LondonWe cover all London Boroughs: BARKING AND DAGENHAMLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamThe local authority of Barking and Dagenham collected 91, 340 tons of waste during 2012-13. This is about 4% less than the total amount of waste collected back in 2009-10. On the plus side, in recent years the local authorities manage to send for recycling about 1/3 of the collected waste. BARNETLondon Borough of BarnetAn average household in London Borough of Barnet produces about 700 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the borough managed to process about 47, 000 tons of household waste in 2012/13. This is about 3, 000 tons less compared to the previous period. BEXLEYLondon Borough of BexleyThe households in London Borough of Bexley produce between 95 and 99 thousand tons of refuse each year and at least half are successfully recycled. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 500 kg of waste each year. BRENTLondon Borough of BrentThe local authority is able to process and put up for recycling between 36 and 38 thousand tons of household waste each year. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 650 tons of waste annually. BROMLEYLondon Borough of BromleyThe borough managed to recycle 12% more of household waste during 2012/13 compared to 2009/10. Annually a household in Bromley produces between 600 and 450 kg of waste. CAMDENLondon Borough of CamdenEach year the local authority collects between 70 and 75 thousand tons of waste from households. A home in the area produces about 500 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the local authority mange to process between 21 and 25 thousand tons of household waste per year. CITY OF LONDONLondon Borough of City of LondonThe local authority collects about 15 500 tons of refuse each year, of which 4500 tons are household waste. The weight per household of residual waste produced per year in the area is 465 kg. CROYDONLondon Borough of CroydonAn individual household in Croydon produced about 492 kg which is nearly a hundred kilograms less compared to 2009/10. The borough is doing significantly well in therms of recycling managing to recycle over 58, 000 tons of household waste. EALINGLondon Borough of EalingThe authority of Ealing LB collected 124, 274 tons of waste in the 2012/13 period. A little over 95, 000 tons of refuse for this period came from households. The rest were collected from public venues, administrative buildings, and local businesses. ENFIELDLondon Borough of EnfieldEnfield LB has recorded 131, 539 tons of collected waste during 2012/13. A single Enfield household produces about 600 kg of waste each year. GREENWICHLondon Borough of GreenwichGreenwich is really trying to be “green” by recycling between 34 and 39 thousand tons of household waste per year. A single household in the area produces between 550 and 600 kg of refuse per year. HACKNEYLondon Borough of HackneyThe London Borough of Hackney produces between 110 and 114 thousand tons of waste each year. A single home in the area produces more than 550 kg of waste, the number has been gradually increasing over the last few years. HAMMERSMITH & FULHAMLondon Borough of Hammersmith and FulhamHammersmith and Fulham LB has managed to successfully reduce its production of waste over the past few years. Each year the area contributes to London’s total waste production with over 55 thousand tons of household waste. A single home in the borough produces about 500 kg of refuse. HARINGEYLondon Borough of HaringeyThe local authority has managed to put up for recycling 28, 505 tons of household waste in 2012/2013 which is 26% more compared to 2009/2010. A single Haringey household produces between 580 and 650 kg of waste per year. HARROWLondon Borough of HarrowThe London Borough of Harrow produces between 102 and 105 thousand tons of waste per year. About 90 thousand tons of refuse in the area come from local homes, and the authority is able to put up for recycling just between 39 and 43 thousand tons of that waste. HAVERINGLondon Borough of HaveringA single household in Havering produces between 600 and 700 kg of refuse annually. The borough is able to recycle about 33, 910 tons of household waste and a small portion of non-household waste – about 3, 000 tons per year. HILLINGDONLondon Borough of HillingdonLast year the households of Hillingdon produced a little over 100, 000 tons of refuse, of which 43, 243 tons were recycled. Each year a single Hillingdon home produces approximately 550 kg of waste. HOUNSLOWLondon Borough of HounslowThe London Brough of Hounslow is able to put up for recycling almost 32 thousand tons of household waste each year. Back in 2009/2010 the authority of Hounslow collected over 110, 000 tons of waste which is 11% more in comparison to the 2012/2013 period. A single household in the area produces approximately 650 kg of waste annually. ISLINGTONLondon Borough of IslingtonIslington’s local authority is able to put up for recycling over 19 thousand tons of refuse each year along with with nearly 3 thousand tons of non-household origin. An Islington household produces about 450 kg of refuse annually. KENSINGTON & CHELSEALondon Borough of Kensington and ChelseaThe Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea contributes with over 80, 000 tons to London’s total amount of produced waste each year. Between 53 and 56 thousand tons come from local households. KINGSTON UPON THAMESLondon Borough of Kingston upon ThamesThe Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames produces over 60 thousand tons of waste each year. A household in the area produces nearly 500 kg annually. Kingston upon Thames produces over three thousand tons of non-household waste annually but is able to recycle about 2/3 of it. LAMBETHLondon Borough of LambethAbout 85 to 90 thousands tons of refuse in Lambeth come from households each year. Annually a single households produces about 500 kg of waste. LEWISHAMLondon Borough of LewishamFor the 2012/13 period the authority of Lewisham LB collected 132, 963 tons of waste. About 110, 390 tons came from households while the rest were collected mainly from public/administrative buildings and local businesses. MERTONLondon Borough of MertonThe London Borough of Merton produces between 81 and 85 thousand tons of waste each year. Between 67 and 71 thousand tons of refuse come from households. A regular household in the area produces nearly 550 kg of waste per year. NEWHAMLondon Borough of NewhamNewham produced nearly 115, 000 tons of waste for the period of 2012/13. This is 18% less compared to 2009/10 so there’s been a significant decrease of produced refuse. A single household in the borough produces between 750 and 850 kg of waste annually. REDBRIDGELondon Borough of RedbridgeAbout 98, 542 tons of the refuse produced in the London Borough of Redbridge come from local households, 29 012 of which got recycled. A household in the area produces about 700 kg of refuse annually. RICHMOND UPON THAMESLondon Borough of Richmond upon ThamesThe London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has been effectively decreasing its waste production over the last few years. Back in 2009/2010 the area produced a total of 93, 389 tons of refuse. Compared to 2012/2013 the area has produced 6% less waste – a total of 87, 932 tons. SOUTHWARKLondon Borough of SouthwarkFor the period of 2012/13 Southwark’s authority collected 111, 288 tons of refuse. This is approximately 6% less compared to 2009/10 when the total amount of collected waste was nearly 119, 000 tons. Most of last year’s collected refuse came from households – about 106, 492 tons. SUTTONLondon Borough of SuttonThe London Borough of Sutton has been slowly but gradually decreasing its production of household and non-household waste. The Council manages to put up for recycling about 28 thousand tons of household waste each year. A single Sutton home produces about 600 kg of refuse annually. TOWER HAMLETSLondon Borough of Tower HamletsThe borough of Tower Hamlets contributes to London’s overall production of waste with over 100, 000 tons each year. During 2012/2013, the local authority managed to put for recycling 17, 659 tons of household waste and 2, 429 tons of non-household waste. WALTHAM FORESTLondon Borough of Waltham ForestEach year about 100, 000 tons of waste come from local households, of which between 27 and 29 thousand tons are recycled. A single household in Waltham Forest produces about 700 kg of refuse per year. WANDSWORTHLondon Borough of WandsworthThe authority of Wandsworth LB collected 104, 277 tons of waste for the period of 2012/2013. A single household in the area produces about 550 kg of waste annually. The borough is able to recycle between 22 and 24 thousand tons of waste each year. WESTMINSTERLondon Borough of WestminsterThe borough is not doing so well in therm of recycling – only 23, 458 tons of waste are recycled while 154, 896 go to the landfill. The numbers for the period of 2012-13 reveal that a household in the area produces about 568 kg of waste annually.

  • 0 Rubbish clearance Croydon

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    Rubbish clearance Croydon skip hire alternative no permits we load .waste removal Croydon skip hire Croydon /waste removal in Croydon cheaper than a skip / the wastebusters Croydon will turn up take your waste away we pride ourselfs on our  reputation and on the prices we give call us 07707469270 for you rubbish removal Croydon   Book Efficient Waste Removal in Croydon CR0 Get in touch with us now - on 07707469270. We have a cheerful customer care team who can be relied upon to give you an accurate quote on complete Croydon waste removal. There's no obligation to asking for one of these estimates, and they're also available through our online booking form, . Our customer service team are on top of things 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so call whenever you're free! Our team will be glad to provide you with any information you might find about our rubbish removal in Croydon CR0, or about any of our other expert services. We offer a whole range of waste clearance options, including gardening waste clearance, commercial rubbish collection, and a whole lot more! List of services we provide in CR0 Croydon : House Clearance CR0 CroydonGardening Waste CR0 CroydonElectronic Waste Disposal CR0 CroydonDomestic Rubbish Collection CR0 CroydonCommercial Rubbish Collection CR0 CroydonBuilding Waste Removal CR0 Croydon The wastebuster .co.uk

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    Junk Removal Furzedown SW17Junk Removal Balham SW12Junk Removal Wandsworth SW18Junk Removal Southfields SW18Junk Removal Earlsfield SW18.  House Clearance CR8 KenleyGardening Waste CR8 KenleyElectronic Waste Disposal CR8 KenleyDomestic Rubbish Collection CR8 KenleyCommercial Rubbish Collection CR8 KenleyBuilding Waste Removal CR8 KenleyHouse Clearance SE6 CatfordGardening Waste SE6 CatfordElectronic Waste Disposal SE6 CatfordDomestic Rubbish Collection SE6 CatfordCommercial Rubbish Collection SE6 CatfordBuilding Waste Removal SE6 CatfordWaste Clearance Kenley Junk Removal Nonsuch SM3Junk Removal Carshalton SM5Junk Removal Worcester Park KT4Junk Removal Mitcham CR4Junk Removal Merton SW19  Junk Removal Colliers Wood SW19Junk Removal Merton SW19Junk Removal Streatham SW16Junk Removal Wimbledon SW19Junk Removal Norbury SW16 Junk Removal Clapham SW4Junk Removal Furzedown SW17Junk Removal Tulse Hill SE27Junk Removal Nunhead SE15Junk Removal Peckham Rye SE15 . we collect waste in the whole of southlondonsouth   BROMLEYLondon Borough of BromleyThe borough managed to recycle 12% more of household waste during 2012/13 compared to 2009/10. Annually a household in Bromley produces between 600 and 450 kg of wBARKING AND DAGENHAMLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamThe local authority of Barking and Dagenham collected 91, 340 tons of waste during 2012-13. This is about 4% less than the total amount of waste collected back in 2009-10. On the plus side, in recent years the local authorities manage to send for recycling about 1/3 of the collected waste. BARNETLondon Borough of BarnetAn average household in London Borough of Barnet produces about 700 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the borough managed to process about 47, 000 tons of household waste in 2012/13. This is about 3, 000 tons less compared to the previous period. BEXLEYLondon Borough of BexleyThe households in London Borough of Bexley produce between 95 and 99 thousand tons of refuse each year and at least half are successfully recycled. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 500 kg of waste each year. CROYDONLondon Borough of CroydonAn individual household in Croydon produced about 492 kg which is nearly a hundred kilograms less compared to 2009/10. The borough is doing significantly well in therms of recycling managing to recycle over 58, 000 tons of household waste.Home » Areas We CoverAREAS WE COVERIn an effort to improve customer experience, we have available local teams in each and every one of Greater London’s 32 boroughs plus the City of London. Over the course of our existence as specialised waste collection company, we have accumulated tremendous amount of knowledge how to best serve customers’ interests. Our carefully planned local specialist distribution has helped us speed up service delivery which, in turn, allowed for a particularly handy 24/7 rubbish removal. LondonWe cover all London Boroughs: BARKING AND DAGENHAMLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamThe local authority of Barking and Dagenham collected 91, 340 tons of waste during 2012-13. This is about 4% less than the total amount of waste collected back in 2009-10. On the plus side, in recent years the local authorities manage to send for recycling about 1/3 of the collected waste. BARNETLondon Borough of BarnetAn average household in London Borough of Barnet produces about 700 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the borough managed to process about 47, 000 tons of household waste in 2012/13. This is about 3, 000 tons less compared to the previous period. BEXLEYLondon Borough of BexleyThe households in London Borough of Bexley produce between 95 and 99 thousand tons of refuse each year and at least half are successfully recycled. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 500 kg of waste each year. BRENTLondon Borough of BrentThe local authority is able to process and put up for recycling between 36 and 38 thousand tons of household waste each year. A single household in the area produces between 450 and 650 tons of waste annually. BROMLEYLondon Borough of BromleyThe borough managed to recycle 12% more of household waste during 2012/13 compared to 2009/10. Annually a household in Bromley produces between 600 and 450 kg of waste. CAMDENLondon Borough of CamdenEach year the local authority collects between 70 and 75 thousand tons of waste from households. A home in the area produces about 500 kg of waste annually. In therms of recycling, the local authority mange to process between 21 and 25 thousand tons of household waste per year. CITY OF LONDONLondon Borough of City of LondonThe local authority collects about 15 500 tons of refuse each year, of which 4500 tons are household waste. The weight per household of residual waste produced per year in the area is 465 kg. CROYDONLondon Borough of CroydonAn individual household in Croydon produced about 492 kg which is nearly a hundred kilograms less compared to 2009/10. The borough is doing significantly well in therms of recycling managing to recycle over 58, 000 tons of household waste. EALINGLondon Borough of EalingThe authority of Ealing LB collected 124, 274 tons of waste in the 2012/13 period. A little over 95, 000 tons of refuse for this period came from households. The rest were collected from public venues, administrative buildings, and local businesses. ENFIELDLondon Borough of EnfieldEnfield LB has recorded 131, 539 tons of collected waste during 2012/13. A single Enfield household produces about 600 kg of waste each year. GREENWICHLondon Borough of GreenwichGreenwich is really trying to be “green” by recycling between 34 and 39 thousand tons of household waste per year. A single household in the area produces between 550 and 600 kg of refuse per year. HACKNEYLondon Borough of HackneyThe London Borough of Hackney produces between 110 and 114 thousand tons of waste each year. A single home in the area produces more than 550 kg of waste, the number has been gradually increasing over the last few years. HAMMERSMITH & FULHAMLondon Borough of Hammersmith and FulhamHammersmith and Fulham LB has managed to successfully reduce its production of waste over the past few years. Each year the area contributes to London’s total waste production with over 55 thousand tons of household waste. A single home in the borough produces about 500 kg of refuse. HARINGEYLondon Borough of HaringeyThe local authority has managed to put up for recycling 28, 505 tons of household waste in 2012/2013 which is 26% more compared to 2009/2010. A single Haringey household produces between 580 and 650 kg of waste per year. HARROWLondon Borough of HarrowThe London Borough of Harrow produces between 102 and 105 thousand tons of waste per year. About 90 thousand tons of refuse in the area come from local homes, and the authority is able to put up for recycling just between 39 and 43 thousand tons of that waste. HAVERINGLondon Borough of HaveringA single household in Havering produces between 600 and 700 kg of refuse annually. The borough is able to recycle about 33, 910 tons of household waste and a small portion of non-household waste – about 3, 000 tons per year. HILLINGDONLondon Borough of HillingdonLast year the households of Hillingdon produced a little over 100, 000 tons of refuse, of which 43, 243 tons were recycled. Each year a single Hillingdon home produces approximately 550 kg of waste. HOUNSLOWLondon Borough of HounslowThe London Brough of Hounslow is able to put up for recycling almost 32 thousand tons of household waste each year. Back in 2009/2010 the authority of Hounslow collected over 110, 000 tons of waste which is 11% more in comparison to the 2012/2013 period. A single household in the area produces approximately 650 kg of waste annually. ISLINGTONLondon Borough of IslingtonIslington’s local authority is able to put up for recycling over 19 thousand tons of refuse each year along with with nearly 3 thousand tons of non-household origin. An Islington household produces about 450 kg of refuse annually. KENSINGTON & CHELSEALondon Borough of Kensington and ChelseaThe Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea contributes with over 80, 000 tons to London’s total amount of produced waste each year. Between 53 and 56 thousand tons come from local households. KINGSTON UPON THAMESLondon Borough of Kingston upon ThamesThe Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames produces over 60 thousand tons of waste each year. A household in the area produces nearly 500 kg annually. Kingston upon Thames produces over three thousand tons of non-household waste annually but is able to recycle about 2/3 of it. LAMBETHLondon Borough of LambethAbout 85 to 90 thousands tons of refuse in Lambeth come from households each year. Annually a single households produces about 500 kg of waste. LEWISHAMLondon Borough of LewishamFor the 2012/13 period the authority of Lewisham LB collected 132, 963 tons of waste. About 110, 390 tons came from households while the rest were collected mainly from public/administrative buildings and local businesses. MERTONLondon Borough of MertonThe London Borough of Merton produces between 81 and 85 thousand tons of waste each year. Between 67 and 71 thousand tons of refuse come from households. A regular household in the area produces nearly 550 kg of waste per year. NEWHAMLondon Borough of NewhamNewham produced nearly 115, 000 tons of waste for the period of 2012/13. This is 18% less compared to 2009/10 so there’s been a significant decrease of produced refuse. A single household in the borough produces between 750 and 850 kg of waste annually. REDBRIDGELondon Borough of RedbridgeAbout 98, 542 tons of the refuse produced in the London Borough of Redbridge come from local households, 29 012 of which got recycled. A household in the area produces about 700 kg of refuse annually. RICHMOND UPON THAMESLondon Borough of Richmond upon ThamesThe London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has been effectively decreasing its waste production over the last few years. Back in 2009/2010 the area produced a total of 93, 389 tons of refuse. Compared to 2012/2013 the area has produced 6% less waste – a total of 87, 932 tons. SOUTHWARKLondon Borough of SouthwarkFor the period of 2012/13 Southwark’s authority collected 111, 288 tons of refuse. This is approximately 6% less compared to 2009/10 when the total amount of collected waste was nearly 119, 000 tons. Most of last year’s collected refuse came from households – about 106, 492 tons. SUTTONLondon Borough of SuttonThe London Borough of Sutton has been slowly but gradually decreasing its production of household and non-household waste. The Council manages to put up for recycling about 28 thousand tons of household waste each year. A single Sutton home produces about 600 kg of refuse annually. TOWER HAMLETSLondon Borough of Tower HamletsThe borough of Tower Hamlets contributes to London’s overall production of waste with over 100, 000 tons each year. During 2012/2013, the local authority managed to put for recycling 17, 659 tons of household waste and 2, 429 tons of non-household waste. WALTHAM FORESTLondon Borough of Waltham ForestEach year about 100, 000 tons of waste come from local households, of which between 27 and 29 thousand tons are recycled. A single household in Waltham Forest produces about 700 kg of refuse per year. WANDSWORTHLondon Borough of WandsworthThe authority of Wandsworth LB collected 104, 277 tons of waste for the period of 2012/2013. A single household in the area produces about 550 kg of waste annually. The borough is able to recycle between 22 and 24 thousand tons of waste each year. WESTMINSTERLondon Borough of WestminsterThe borough is not doing so well in therm of recycling – only 23, 458 tons of waste are recycled while 154, 896 go to the landfill. The numbers for the period of 2012-13 reveal that a household in the area produces about 568 kg of waste annually.  Waste removal from £35