Construction sites often generate a lot of waste when compared to other verticals that generate waste in London. Constructions sites require lot of raw materials, that are often shipped into the construction site in a wrapped up condition. One such example is when you bring in Glass doors or Glass materials into a construction site, they are wrapped up with lot of protection wrappers.
How to Dispose Content Wrapping
Disposing the wrappers are a critical task that could save a lot of time and energy in the long run. For instance, if you are not disposing these wrappers as soon as the glass materials are un-wrapped, it could accumulate a lot of space and would become a troublesome task to dispose them. The best solution is to collect them as soon as the items are unwrapped, put them into the same packaging in which the glass materials are shipped and store them in a well organised fashion in the construction site.
The Small and Medium Sized Wastes
Small and medium sized wastes are unavoidable in a construction site in London. These wastes are produced when cutting pieces of wood, plastic pipes or any element that has to be broken. The medium sized wastes are often caused when you remove the old furniture when revamping a home.
Disposing them in a Organised Manner
- Collect the wastes as soon as they are getting generated.
- Organize them in a place that is easily accessible from the entire construction site.
- Classify the waste based on the Waste Size and Type.
- Dispose them using proper waste disposal methods.