Biweekly bin collections are now a breeze with Waste Force
In a bid to reduce costs and meet ever tighter budgets many councils up and down the country have moved to biweekly bin collections. These have proved to be very unpopular with residents. Such bin collections have three major problems: the health hazard caused by disease ridden vermin and insects being attracted to the bags especially if broken, the extra storage space required and last but not least the smell. Waste Force disposers eliminate all of these drawbacks in one, excuse the pun – foul swoop! They remove the source of the health hazard and save space by reducing the number of bin bags thus keeping your kitchen clean and fresh. The waste gets sent to the sewage works where it is recycled into electricity saving landfills and carbon dioxide emissions. No rotting food – no bad smells!
Britain needs to wake up and move into the 21st century! This is just plain common sense and what should be standard in any civilized country. Every kitchen in the country should have a waste disposer like in the USA, Sweden and many other countries around the World. It is good for your kitchen, your family and the environment!