Since 1947, we have collected food waste and category 3 ABP Waste across all districts in the Borough of Barnet including Arkley, Barnet Gate, Brent Cross, Brunswick Park, Burnt Oak, Childs Hill, Church End, Cockfosters, Colindale, Colney Hatch, Cricklewood, East Barnet, Edgware, Finchley, Friern, Barnet, Golders Green, Grahame Park, The Hale, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Hendon, The Hyde Mill, Hill Monken, Hadley, Muswell Hill, New Barnet, New Southgate, North Finchley, Oakleigh Park, Osidge, Southgate, Temple Fortune, Totteridge, West Hendon, Whetstone and Woodside Park.
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We collect food waste from Hotels, Restaurants, Corporate, Cafes, Hospitals, Schools, Public Houses, Butchers Shops, Meat Processing Plants, Supermarkets, Kitchen and catering facilities in Barnet.
The London Borough of Barnet is in north London. It is the fourth largest London borough by area and the second largest by population. The borough was formed in 1965 from parts of the counties of Hertfordshire and Middlesex. Barnet has over 23,000 businesses, with many of them selling food products which require specialist disposal. As of 2013 there are 23135 Active Businesses in Barnet in 2013 with a total population of 384k. The area covered by the Barnet borough has a lengthy history dating back to the 1st century. Roman pottery has been discovered at Brockley Hill and Roman coins from the 3rd and 4th centuries have been found at Burnt Oak.
On average each year a restaurant throws away the food equivalent in weight to a London Routemaster Bus. The main areas of wastage are preparation, stock wastage and portion sizes.
Grays Waste Services have been servicing the waste management needs of Barnet since 1947.
We are now proud to be one of the leading specialist food waste and category 3 waste collection companies...
"Our family has been using Grays Waste since the 1960's. Despite getting other quotes over the years, we've always found Grays to offer the lowest rates. To remain competitive over 50 years takes some doing, and it shows how important it is for Grays to always stay ahead of their competition."
"With the legislation for food waste changing rapidly, it is important for our organisation that our waste service provider ensures that they are consistently compliant with all regulations, and that they ensure we are compliant also."
"Having the bins cleaned as part of the service really makes a difference. Can be off-putting for staff and customers if the bins don't smell great!."
Phone: 020 8317 0172
Fax: 020 8301 8230
Grays Waste Services
124-126 Nathan Way