Since 1947, we have collected food waste and category 3 ABP Waste across all districts in the Borough of Enfield including Arnos Grove, Botany Bay, Bowes Park, Brimsdown, Bulls Cross, Bush Hill Park, Clay Hill, Cockfosters, Crews Hill, Edmonton, Enfield Chase, Enfield Highway, Enfield Island Village, Enfield Lock, Enfield Town, Enfield Wash, Forty Hill, Freezywater, Grange Park, Hadley Wood, New Southgate, Oakwood, Palmers Green, Ponders End, Southgate, Winchmore Hill and World's End.
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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 Enfield.
The London Borough of Enfield borders the London Boroughs of Barnet, Haringey and Waltham Forest and is a mix of parks, markets, countryside and shopping centres. Enfield has many claims to fame. The well-known Lee Enfield rifle was produced in the borough and was the standard British Army issues rifle until 1957. Other factories in Enfield were responsible for producing the world’s first colour television by Ferguson and the first dishwasher at the originalHotpoint factory. The Barclays Bank in Enfield also had the world’s first cash machine installed in 1967. As of 2013 there are 12,065 Active Businesses in Enfield and a total population of 300k.
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 Enfield since 1947.
We are now proud to be one of the leading specialist food waste and category 3 waste collection companies...
"We have 10 restaurants across London, each one creating a different amount of food waste. Grays offer us a bespoke service, providing the relevant bin size for each of our restaurants. This keeps our cost at a minimum."
"Having the option to change our food waste collection frequency is very useful. It means we aren't overcharged for unnecessary collections."
"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."
Phone: 020 8317 0172
Fax: 020 8301 8230
Grays Waste Services
124-126 Nathan Way