Lock Down Lifted – Are You Ready For An Influx Of Waste?

The British Prime Minster, Boris Johnson announced today (23rd June) that public houses, restaurants, hotels, holiday parks and hairdressers are allowed to reopen on the 4th of July, this will result in an influx of waste.

With this news being addressed today to the nation, these industry sectors must now prepare for the return to work. If this is an industry you work within, it is time to start planning for the increase in business and the hustle of people, as shops and pubs become busier.

Even though these types of businesses are allow to open – they must still adhere to strict social distancing measures. The 2m rule is still currently in place, with mention of it being reduce to 1m in the near future. However wearing face masks and gloves is still highly advisable, especially in crowded places. Cromwell Polythene have a range of PPE in stock including Face Masks to help people protect both themselves and others which they may come into contact with.

Bags and sacksWith these business reverting to something more ‘normal’ – waste levels are bound to increase. Pubs and restaurants which serve food and drink will now have increased levels of waste and recycling – this means refuse sacks and bin liners are a necessity. How are your current stock levels? If you need a replenishment of bags and sacks, contact our friendly team, we have a wide range of sacks and bags for the capture and containment of waste and recyclables.

Let us help you prepare for your return for work, and help you return to something more normal.

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