Away With It is a fully licensed, professional and affordable waste removal company that has been operating in Whitechapel E1 and the surrounding area for a number of years. Over this time, we have built up a reputation for putting our customers first, providing comprehensive, friendly and ethical waste removal and rubbish clearance services.
We have a full portfolio of waste removal services, and can cater for jobs as wide ranging as a single room clearance to contractual commercial collection services – and of course everything in between!
Our Waste Removal Services in Whitechapel E1
What Sets Us Apart?
Here at Away With It, we are committed to always putting the customer first, and as a result our Whitechapel E1 waste removal service…
- Operates 7 days a week from 7am-11:30pm, enabling us to work around even the busiest of schedules
- Books in two-hour slots – you won’t be left hanging around all day waiting for our team to arrive!
- Provides a transparent, flexible payment system. We will give you a no-obligation estimate before we arrive on site, and you only pay for the space in our vehicle you end up filling.
- Is sustainable, ethical and fully licensed. We guarantee all your waste will be disposed of responsibly, and we are proud to say we reuse or recycle 80% of all the waste we collect.
We are also fully insured in the unlikely event that we have an accident on site, and our friendly uniformed teams will carry out 100% of the hard work and heavy lifting, and we’ll even sweep and tidy before we leave.
Talk to us today about our fast and reliable waste removal services in Whitechapel E1!
Interesting Facts About Whitechapel
Named after a small chapel dedicated to St. Mary on Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel has long been a thriving London suburb. Its location on the Roman road from London to Colchester made it home to a number of coaching inns, and during the 16th century it became the heart of London’s traditional East End.
Right through until the early 20th century, the area of Whitechapel was buzzing with industries such as tanneries, breweries and foundries, and around it was around this time that prostitution also became rife. Whitechapel, complete with its thriving industries and slum housing was the image of Dickensian London, and has notorious worldwide recognition as being where Jack the Ripper carried out his infamous murders.
The area was hit hard by the Blitz in World War II, which wiped out many of the slums and also, to an extent, a lot of Whitechapel’s notoriety. Since then, it has become a highly multicultural area, with thriving Jewish and Bangladeshi communities, among many others, making up the majority of the population.
Useful Local Resources…
http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/ – Your local council website.
http://www.rushanaraali.org/ – Rushana Ali, your local Member of Parliament.
http://www.eastlondonadvertiser.co.uk/news – local newspaper, covering news and current affairs in Whitechapel and the surrounding area.