Wilrose Environmental is the local provider of waste disposal services for Chertsey and the Borough of Runnymede. Our low-cost and reliable service is designed to suit your business waste needs, whether you are a school, supermarket, restaurant, pub, industrial site or leisure centre.
WIth the lowest prices in Chertsey, Wilrose are the local choice for business waste services. We save you money by streamlining your collections.
We collect waste every day in Chertsey. This is in our core area and your business will benefit from our reliable collections and lowest costs.
Wilrose offers Chertsey businesses piece of mind on safety and environmental impact. By choosing the local provider, you help keep journey miles low.
Wilrose Environmental offers a variety of options to businesses in Chertsey looking for a reliable, efficient, cheap and environmentally friendly waste removal service (we divert 98% of waste from landfill). As a local business, we can offer great flexibility in our service and the lowest rates across London and Surrey.
You can design your bespoke service from the following waste removal options:
· General Waste
· Dry Mixed Recycling
· Glass Recycling
· Food Recycling
· Cardboard Recycling
· Bulk Waste Disposal
Wilrose Environmental is not a middleman – we work directly with you to provide the best level of customer service and a speedy response to any queries. We ensure reliability by using high quality vehicles with low emission rates and we operate 7 days a week in order to ensure that businesses with high volumes of waste and busy Saturdays are catered for.
Chertsey Abbey was founded in 666 AD by Eorcenwald, Bishop of London. The Abbey and town were later sacked by the Danes in the 9th Century, who left their mark on the area in the name of the neighbouring village of Thorpe. The town appeared in the Domesday Book as Certesi and it grew to become one of the largest Benedictine Abbeys in England, until it was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1536.
Guildford Street in the centre of town is home to a variety of restaurants, supermarkets, pubs and cafés. Care homes, gyms and schools can also be found in the town centre, as well as a number of independent shops and boutiques. Along the River Thames, there are a couple of marine shops and hotels and a museum can be found on Windsor Street.
Chertsey is also the location for the Head Office of the Compass Group and the European Head Office for Samsung.
On the northern boundary of the town lies Thorpe Park, a theme park with regular connections to Chertsey Station and to Staines.
Chertsey Industrial Park, in the centre of town, includes 8 business units and the Hanworth Trading Estate comprises several industrial and trade units. Chertsey Town F.C. plays at Alwyns Lane, in the North East of the town, and to the South one can find the Great Cockrow Railway, a miniature railway opened in 1968.
We love our customers, so feel free to ask us lots of questions.
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