"Paul, I can see your point about not paying unnecessarily for an upper-tier licence. The fact is, I presumed I needed it, bought it, realised I didn't need it but the EA won't refund it. As Phil wrote, over three years it's a small…"
"May be useful - but All my customers have been given a sheet detailing both works but also my waste policy.
Each visit includes removal of up either 1, 2 or 3 80l sacks (Coal sacks basically) of garden waste, obviously the more they pay the more…"
It might sound silly, but I mention Xmas trees as they are a particular thing I get asked a lot. I don't have a truck, and two or three large trees (most of my houses are very big, and they get huge trees)fill my van. What do I charge…"
"please dont get me wrong its just the way i read it that if you have to take away a xmas tree then you have to pay significate costs, the reason i say you just as well get the upper tier licence is because if a customer wants some soil or rubble…"
"Because if I take away something not included in my regular contrat I have to pay for it, so why should it not be passed on?
We do ourselves down here. The client must appreciate we pay by weight, and transport by volume, so any waste is a cost to…"
"think you may be wrong about the agricultural waste only, as if you apply for this licence then you can only carry waste for so many miles and work in a close radius of your business, for the sake of £154 for 3 years it just gives you a piece…"
You have to pay to take trade waste, and have to have a licence. Simple facts, and it's a charge you need to include in your terms.
I have a clause that says I remove all garden waste included in my price. My waste licence doesn't…"