Bakers Waste Newsletter | Quarter 2 | 2019
Bakers Waste Services Ltd are excited to share the 2nd annual installment of our quarterly newsletter, in which you will find just a snapshot of some of the things we’ve been up to including new investments, partnerships, case studies, community work and more. We also give you the chance to meet and get to know a selection of our team, as well as read-up on how the rest of the world is fighting to save the planet through recycling.
Two new Skip Hire Vehicles added to the fleet
Bakers Waste Services Ltd begin investment period following finance package with two brand new skip hire vehicles; outlining expansion ambitions by bringing the fleet up to over 60 vehicles in total. Click here to read more.
Case Study: Leicester Racecourse
High profile sports entertainment, business venue and community events hub Leicester Racecourse is at the heart of all things Leicestershire and has been since its establishment at Victoria Park, Leicester in 1773. Find out how their environmental plans by clicking here.
State-of-the-art BOA Baler added to Leicester Recycling Facilities
Bakers Waste Leicester recycling facilities have undergone a series of revamps since the acquisition early 2016. The latest and perhaps most exciting is the brand new BOA cardboard, paper and also a plastic Baler! – Stay tuned, as we have more on this very soon…
Book your FREE Bakers Waste bouncy castle for Charity Events
Bakers Waste offer all charity and fundraising events FREE hire of our skip-themed bouncy castle!
If you’re interested please email email@example.com
Milton Keynes waste found in Malaysian jungle
Following the beginning of three-part BBC documentary ‘War on Plastic’ (10 June), it has become apparent that waste from Milton Keynes and the rest of the UK has been found at dumping grounds near Malaysian jungles. Read more
MEET THE TEAM
Congratulations Kayleigh on 10 years with Bakers Waste!
Through determination, hard work and consistency Kayleigh Pope leads by example at the heart of our internal operations; managing 10 (so far) out of the 17 year Bakers Waste history, there would be no ‘Bakers way’ without long-standing and committed staff members.