Waste management Brixton
Lili Waste is a premier waste management service provider. Starting at £7 per bin we are proud to offer the best customer service while maintaining the lowest rates. With our own private fleet, Lili Waste services all areas in South London, including Brixton.
Please send an email today or call us now to receive a quote for your business waste, food waste, general waste, glass waste, cardboard collection or any other waste management service. Our team of dedicated experts will be more than eager to offer you our best quote. All our customers receive free waste management bins and if you order your bin before 4pm you will receive your bin the next day!
Business waste services in Brixton
By choosing Lili Waste Services for your business waste collections you are enjoying the best waste management service against the lowest cost. Lili Waste is a direct service provider meaning that we own our fleet. As of this we are able to offer the best service against the lowest cost. We are NOT a broker!
Business waste needs to be removed by a licensed waste management service provider and Lili Waste holds all the certificates and licenses as required by law. An overview of all our waste management licenses may be found here: Certification & Policies.
For our business waste collections in Brixton we offer the following bins and skips
360 litre wheelie bin
Rear end loader
For more information about our bins and skips please click here.
Glass waste collections in Brixton
Lili waste offers special glass waste services that allow for the recycling of these materials. Considering the weight, Lili Waste has special bins for glass waste and will collect this during specific designated routes in Brixton. Please contact us today for more information.
Cardboard collection in Brixton
Besides general waste and glass waste we also offer cardboard collection services. Due to our dedicated cardboard collection routes you will benefit from scheduled collection times and the lowest rates.
Waste management at Lili Waste means
The lowest rates
Best customer service
Direct service provider
Free bins for our customers
We always aim for zero landfill
Lets keep Brixton clean and let us take care of your waste management
The name Brixton is thought to originate from Brixistane, meaning the stone of Brixi, a Saxon lord. Brixi is thought to have erected a boundary stone to mark the meeting place of the ancient hundred court of Surrey. The location is unknown but is thought to be at the top of Brixton Hill, at a road known at the time as Bristow or Brixton Causeway, long before any settlement in the area. Brixton marks the rise from the marshes of North Lambeth up to the hills of Upper Norwood and Streatham. At the time the River Effra flowed from its source in Upper Norwood through Herne Hill to Brixton. At Brixton the river was crossed by low bridges for Roman roads to the south coast of Britain, now Brixton Road and Clapham Road. The main roads were connected through a network of medieval country lanes, such as Acre Lane, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton Water Lane and Lyham Road, formerly Black Lane. It was only at the end of the 18th century that villages and settlements formed around Brixton, as the original woodland was gradually reduced until the area was covered in farmland and market gardens known for game and strawberries.
The area remained undeveloped until the beginning of the 19th century, the main settlements being near Stockwell, Brixton Hill and Coldharbour Lane. With the opening of Vauxhall Bridge in 1816, improved access to Central London led to a process of suburban development. The largest single development, and one of the last in suburban character, was Angell Town, laid out in the 1850s on the east side of Brixton Road, and so named after a family that owned land in Lambeth from the late 17th century until well into the 20th.
One of a few surviving windmills in London, built in 1816, is just off Brixton Hill and surrounded by houses built during Brixton's Victorian expansion. When the London sewerage system was constructed during the mid-19th century, its designer Sir Joseph Bazalgette incorporated flows from the River Effra, which used to flow through Brixton, into his 'high-level interceptor sewer', also known as the Effra sewer.
Brixton was transformed into a middle class suburb between the 1860s and 1890s. Railways linked Brixton with the centre of London when the Chatham Main Line was built through the area by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway in the 1860s. In 1880, Electric Avenue was so named after it became the first street in London to be lit by electricity. In this time, large expensive houses were constructed along the main roads in Brixton, which were converted into flats and boarding houses at the start of the 20th century as the middle classes were replaced by an influx of the working classes.
By 1925, Brixton attracted thousands of new people. It housed the largest shopping centre in South London at the time, as well as a thriving market, cinemas, pubs and a theatre. In the 1920s, Brixton was the shopping capital of South London with three large department stores and some of the earliest branches of what are now Britain's major national retailers. Today, Brixton Road is the main shopping area, fusing into Brixton Market. A prominent building on Brixton High Street (at 472–488 Brixton Road) is Morleys, an independent department store established in the 1920s.
In such a beautiful area as Brixton, Lili Waste is proud to offer the best business waste services available.
Besides Brixton we also offer waste management services in Bromley, Lewisham, Eltham, Blackheath, Camberwell, Battersea, Penge, Beckenham, West Wickham, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, South Norwood, West Norwood and Herne Hill.