With over 30 years’ experience within the waste and recycling industry, Dunmow Waste Management has evolved from a small family run business to the fastest growing waste management business in Essex.
With it’s origins as a skip hire company, Dunmow Waste now offers an extended range of services; including a strong fleet of 30 skip, roro, grab and tipper vehicles which travel in excess of 500,000 miles per year on the roads of Essex, with the capacity to deliver same/next day availability on most services whilst carrying the ‘Bronze Fors’ accreditation.
Operating from their 7-acre recycling site in Chelmsford, the Dunmow team manage in excess of 150,000 tonnes of waste every year, supported by the investment in constant new technology to ensure that all materials are processed and recycled effectively ensuring that 100% of all recyclable waste is recycled.
With the community and environment at the heart of the business, Dunmow Waste are extremely proud to continuously work within the community and support important charity’s and organisations.
Recently taking part in the Great Dunmow Carnival, a decorated skip lorry entered the procession covered in coloured balloons, banners and other decorations with other vehicles to raise money for Dementia Adventure, Uttlesford Community Travel and Action for Family Carers.
Dunmow have also donated free waste management services to local schools for pupil led projects, large hospices for community paid refurbishments and care home gardening projects over the summer. As well taking part in the Macmillian Largest Coffee Morning to raise money for people living with cancer and attending community litter picks in Chelmsford park.
Sam Malins, Director of Dunmow Waste Management commented “I am immensely proud of our successes as a team and our community work. We look forward to all the upcoming community projects as well as our next phase in our life cycle to be the leading waste management and skip hire business in the South East of England.”
Source: Uk Haulier
Dunmow donate free waste management services to those in need