WGH Blog

Jun
14
Green waste, also commonly referred to as garden waste, is any organic waste that is biodegradable and can be composted. Recycled green waste can be applied in a wide range of end uses, including agriculture, landscaping and biofuels. It's most often used as a soil improver or topsoil constituent, but can also be used in sewage disposal and renewable energy.
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Apr
17
Gravel and limestone are versatile materials used in a range of industries for a number of different purposes including driveways, pathways, to improve drainage and hardscaping.
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Dec
05
We are proud to announce that Wiltshire Grab Hire have achieved the FORS (Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme) Bronze accreditation.
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Nov
20
Waste is an unavoidable by-product of any construction job, large or small, and it needs to be removed appropriately. There are two popular methods for dealing with construction waste - skip hire or grab hire. Both of them have benefits as well as drawbacks.
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Oct
19
In the past, hiring a business specialising in site clearance was considered an expensive undertaking only reserved for very large construction companies. Today, however, professional site clearance is more easily accessible so that anyone working on a construction or demolition project can get the benefits of a speedy and efficient clearance process.
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