Household wasteservices such as septictank emptying can be very difficult. Emptying a septic tank requires specialistknowledge and as such, it is best left to a skilled professional.
At BKP Waste &Recycling Ltd we provide a wide variety of waste management and disposalservices for household waste, such as septictank emptying or waste management plans for domestic cesspools. So here are5 tips for managing household waste.
5 Household Waste Management Tips; From BKPWaste & Recycling Ltd
- 1. If You Own A Septic Tank, Only Allow AReputable Business To Empty It
Just like other items ofwaste disposal and waste management, it is very important that you dispose ofyour waste through a reputable business. You should also make sure that thewaste from your septic tank is transported by a responsible waste managementcompany. Additionally you should also keep records of your waste.
By choosing a reputable business such as BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd, you canrelax in the knowledge that your waste is being collected and disposed of inboth a responsible and legally compliant manner.
For more information regarding our responsible waste disposal services forhousehold waste, you can speak to our friendly and dedicated team ofprofessional by calling 0800 376 5004.
- 2. Make Sure That You Empty Your Septic TankFrequently
If you own a septic tank, itis very important to remember that septic tank emptying is a part of your householdmaintenance.
Do not forget about septic tank emptying; as many tanks are underground it isimportant that you do not fall into an ‘out of sight out of mind’ mindset. Thisis because failure to empty the tank at an appropriate time could result inseveral major issues. An example of one of the issues that you might face ifyou neglect to empty your septic tank at the appropriate time could be thepollution of nearby land.
- 3. Learn What Waste Can And Cannot Be DisposedOf Using Your Waste Solution
Each different type of wasterequires an appropriate waste disposal solution. If you own a domesticcesspool, it is important that you use it in an appropriate manner as misusecould result in some serious problems with your cesspool.
For example if you own a domestic cesspool, you should not place any thick liquids down your plumbing system. Thisis because thick liquids and other such materials have a high potential tocause blockages. These blockages could cause an overflow which could pollutethe waste present within the tank.
Additionally you should only use biologically friendly cleaning products. Thisis because hazardous and flammable materials may not dissipate when they enterthe tank, potentially causing an environmental issue. If you would like tolearn more about the best practices regarding a domestic cesspool householdwaste management solution, you can visit our page about waste management and domestic cesspools.
- 4. Follow The Waste Hierarchy
Many people have heard aboutthe waste hierarchy with regards to commercial and industrial waste managementservices, however the waste management hierarchy can be very useful to help youmanage your household waste.
The waste hierarchy has six steps, starting at prevention and ending at disposal.If at first you cannot prevent any items of waste from becoming waste, youshould try to minimise the amount ofwaste that you generate. After minimisation you should try to reuse items of waste (if it is safe todo so), thus prolonging their use. After reuse, the next more favoured optionis recycling. Fortunately forhousehold waste, many local councils provide people with recycling services foritems such as paper, cardboard and glass. However, if recycling isn’t anoption, the next more favoured option is energyrecovery. After this measure has been exhausted, the final and leastfavoured option is disposal.
If you need to dispose of any domestic sewage waste, please speak to aprofessional and dispose of your waste in a legally compliant and responsiblemanner.
- 5. Speak To BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd
If you need some advice orassistance with regards to household waste services, please contact thefriendly and dedicated team at BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd.
Our friendly team of waste professionals can provide you with advice regardingthe numerous different waste management and waste disposal services availablefor household waste. So if you have any questions regarding the management anddisposal of household waste, please pick up the phone and contact our teamtoday by calling 0800 376 5004.
Why Should You Choose BKP Waste &Recycling Ltd?
There are many wastemanagement businesses that provide household waste disposal services, so whyshould you choose BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd? What makes BKP special?
We are a professionalwaste disposal and recycling business; skilled in a variety of different typesof waste management and have over 50years of industry experience. Thanks to this experience and innovativeexpertise, we can use our skills, knowledge and strategies to provide you withboth a high quality waste management service and high quality customer service.
Additionally overour many years, we have obtained numerous accreditations. If you are interestedin learning more about the accreditations that we have obtained you can do soby clicking on “BKP Information” at the top of this page. This link willtake you to our policies,insurance and professional certification page.
Our accreditations from the International Organisation forStandardisation are:
- An ISO 9001:2008 in Quality.
- An ISO 14001:2004 Environmental.
Our accreditation from the British Standards Institution is:
- A BS OHSAS 18001:2007 in Health and Safety.
Interested In AHousehold Waste Solution From BKP Waste & Recycling Ltd? Contact OurFriendly And Dedicated Team Today
If you have any questions or concerns and you would like tospeak to our team, please feel free to contact us. Additionally you can callour team for a free quote regarding our household waste services or any of ourother waste solutions.
If you would like to contact us, you can do so by:
- Calling us on 0800 376 5004.
Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
- Sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Filling out our contact form.
- Following us on Twitter @GroupBkp.
- Or by liking our Facebook Page.