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Getting rid of unwanted items during lockdown…

All local Norfolk and Suffolk Recycling Centres are closed and will be until further notice due to the Coronavirus. 

You can’t even call a man with a van as he has no where to get rid of his rubbish, so what can you do?

As many of us are now at home in isolation, you may have acquired some extra time.

Perhaps you’ve started than long awaited spring clean, or with such wonderful weather you may have hit the garden shed for that clear out you’ve been putting off for years!

Thats all well and good but with everything on lockdown how do you dispose of your unwanted items?

Never fear…. B&B Skips are here!

Whilst their General Yard is closed to all members of the public, they are still happy to advise that skip hire, collections and delivery are still available. Hooray!

So you can continue to have those clear outs with the confidence these services are still running.

At B&B Skips (Radical Waste Group), the health and safety of customers, staff and sub-contractors is vitally important. They are working hard to safeguard the wellbeing of all involved and are following all recommended steps to avoid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in line with the guidance set out by the Government and Public Health England.

You can find the latest government information on this ever changing situation at – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public

Additionally, they have implemented the following extra steps to enable us to continue to provide an efficient service as well as helping to protect our customers and staff.

All staff at B&B Skips have been made aware of the impacts of the virus and the appropriate measures of self-isolation. Drivers and yard operatives have been advised not to interact directly with members of the public. They will no longer be taking any payment in cash to avoid the spread of disease; all payments will need to be made online or in advance prior to delivery of the skip.

With immediate effect, customers are not required to sign for their skip delivery until further notice. However, the drivers will obtain a series of photos and get the confirmation of the customer’s name and date of delivery, then use this to sign the tablet on the customers behalf.

Furthermore, they have increased the frequency of vehicle cleaning, all staff have been provided with anti-bacterial wipes and spray for their vehicles, plant and office areas.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact B & B Skips on 01502 715146, or at  sales@bbskips.co.uk.

Visit their website at https://www.bbskips.co.uk/

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