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As one of the UK’s leading waste brokers – 1st Waste work with over 600 waste service providers to deliver national waste services to over 15,000 sites within the UK.  We provide services to a large number of recognised brands, maintaining long standing partnerships by offering bespoke services to our clients.

With an annual turnover in excess of £22m, employing more than 65 people at our head office in Bournemouth – 1st Waste provide a single point of contact, national pricing and consolidated invoicing to our clients, thus reducing inhouse administration costs. 

With over 19 years’ experience servicing national contracts, 1st Waste are best positioned to manage the Store Excel members waste contracts.  We have a wealth of knowledge regarding the waste generated within the convenience sector. 

1st Waste have developed ISO:9001 accredited quality management systems to ensure that our clients receive competitive pricing and industry leading service.  The professionalism of our service is supported by our ISO:14001 accreditations for our environmental management practices, and our OHSAS:18001 accreditation for our health and safety systems.

1st Waste utilise industry leading management information systems – with our bespoke CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system providing waste disposal statistics, customer service data and financial analysis to assist Store Excel members in fully managing KPI’s in partnership with their dedicated Account Manager. 

1st Waste believe that we have the experience and knowledge to successfully evolve Store Excel members waste management practices and look forward to the opportunity to demonstrate this ability in expanding our already successful partnership with Store Excel in the UK.  

For a free, no obligation, audit of your current waste contracts please contact us today and find out how much we can save you. Call Charles Jackson on 07930 501116 or email:

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