Rubbish collection by Waste Management London for postcodes WC1 | WC2
WE ARE AN ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY APPROVED WASTE COLLECTOR
Approved by the Environment Agency: For the removal and treatment of hazardous waste inc. low grade asbestos. Just a phone call away, we collect your rubbish for recycling at a time that suits you. We can even offer same day collections.
WC1 | WC2 Service collections include WEEE regulation recycling and site clearance and demolition and rubbish disposal. We have been collecting rubbish for recycling in London for over 10 years and continue to offer a bespoke service in the WC1 & WC2 London postcode which we serve.
IN OUR COLLECTION AREAS WC1 & WC2 – OUR CREW WILL LOAD YOUR RUBBISH INTO OUR VANS
We offer rubbish clearance and collection services for WC1 | WC2.
- Shop Clearance
- Site Clearance
- Construction Rubbish Clearance
- Flat & House Clearance
- Restaurant Clearance
- Scrap metal Purchased
- Rubbish Clearance
- Secure Document Destruction
Covering WC1 | WC2 –
WC1 – The district covers the modern Bloomsbury area of central London, just north of Holborn. On Great Russell Street lies the British Museum, a collection of human history and culture, and the area is also home to landmarks such as Russell Square, Tavistock Square and Coram’s Fields, as well as the legal district of Gray’s Inn. Bloomsbury is known for its literary connections (Virginia Woolf and E.M. Forster were famous writers), its large number of garden squares and numerous medical institutions – Great Ormond Street Hospital, the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, University College Hospital and the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital can all be found in WC1.
WC2 – The west central postcode of WC2 takes in part of the West End as well as the legal district around Holborn and the Strand. The centre point of the area is arguably Covent Garden, with its excellent shopping, famous cobbled piazza and the numerous nearby theatres. Attracting some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, the hallowed stages of London’s Theatreland rival those of New York’s Broadway in the popularity stakes and attract millions of visitors each year. Leicester Square and its environs boast many of London’s most famous cinemas which fling out their red carpets for special film premieres throughout the year. The southern border of WC2 runs along the Embankment and includes Charing Cross Station and the magnificent Somerset House, which boasts the Courtauld Gallery.