Simply Waste Solutions, one of the UK’s fastest growing waste and recycling companies, has made its second acquisition of 2018 by completing a deal to buy the waste management division of London-based Dirty Harry’s Group. The deal will increase Simply Waste’s customer base by a further 500+ customers in the Central London area, making it now one of the largest independent waste management companies operating in the capital. Continue reading “Simply Waste Solutions ‘Bags’ Dirty Harry’s Waste Management division”
We received a lovely hand-written letter from two local children who were organising a litter pick around Flackwell Heath, where our head office is located, to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Both charity and the community are important to us as a business and we try to do what we can to support these. Alice and Jenna asked us for sponsorship for them and their friends for the litter pick around the community. We were more than happy to sponsor every child that got involved. In total 10 friends took part and together they collected 10 bags of litter.
They were invited, with their parents to join James Capel, CEO, and Caroline Hughes-Miles, Commercial Director, for tea and biscuits at our head office to share their experience of cleaning up the local area and collect their hard-earned charity money.
This is not only a fantastic way to raise money for a great cause, but also clean up our community.
Well done to everyone who got involved!
Simply Waste Solutions, one of the UK’s fastest growing waste and recycling companies, has further increased it geographical footprint by acquiring the wheeled-bin waste collection services of Oxfordshire-based M&M Waste Solutions. The deal will also provide Simply Waste Solutions with access to an additional transport yard, waste transfer station and Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) in Cassington close to the city of Oxford, and from where it anticipates to grow its customer base further. Continue reading “Simply Waste Solutions concludes its latest acquisition and expands into Oxfordshire”