News: UK - Container maintenance encourages re-use
UK company, Binmasters, provide a repair and maintenance service for any make of container and guarantee to fit original or superior quality replacement parts conforming to BS EN 840 standards.
Thursday, 12th December 2013
Operating from the South East and the North of England, Bin Masters provides bin cleaning, repair and maintenance to the public and private sector throughout the UK, including several large organisations and councils. Established in 2001 the company has many years' experience in the bin cleaning and maintenance market. Helping clients to focus on other more pressing issues, Bin Masters takes the pressure away by offering a reliable service to a high standard throughout the year; the company provides businesses with a professional bin cleaning and repair service. With services designed for the specific needs required by individual customers, the fully qualified Bin Masters teams offer an excellent and friendly on-site operation. The service is designed to ease disruption to residents and the surrounding public as well as being cost effective and environmentally friendly. The company supplies various bin cleaning and repair services, covering all sizes of bins from 160 litre up to large skips and RORO containers. Tailored to the many varying requirements of specific customers, the products used are biodegradable and conform to COSHH regulations for use in public areas and can eradicate offensive odours and harmful bacteria. For more details, please go to the external weblink.
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