Hampshire waste management specialist Lili Waste is adding another tier to its business by launching domestic collections. Following the announcement that from June Southampton residents will only have their bins collected every fortnight, Lili Waste is introducing household collections for the city.
Lili Waste is already a leader in commercial waste collection for businesses with depots in Yorkshire and Kent. It launched in Hampshire last February by opening a £1 million depot in Eastleigh.
Lili Waste owner Matt Miles said the launch of domestic collections was in response to growing demand, particularly in Southampton.
Miles said: “I’m delighted to announce the launch of our domestic collections service in Southampton. We have had a great response and healthy order stream in already.
“We have become an industry leader in trade waste and have a strong reputation for being greener and smarter.
“Because there is such a need in cities such as Southampton and Portsmouth, we are diversifying our business to include household waste collections.
“There is no doubt that people struggle to cope with fortnightly collections and we are offering them a cost-effective and hassle-free collection service that may make their lives that little bit easier.”
Lili Waste is offering to supply a 240-litre bin for £260 per annum – or £5 a week. The service is not just for refuse but can also include recycling.