15 August 2019 by Steve Eminton

‘What a Load of Rubbish Ltd’ concern over court case report

London-based What a Load of Rubbish Ltd, company number 06211996, has expressed shock at a court report by the Environment Agency used in the media which has seen people in the waste sector thinking they were involved in illegal activities in Portsmouth.

The Environment Agency this week issued a court report citing individuals, one of who was using a name similar to the London firm, and were fined for illegally dumping waste in Havant, Portsmouth (see letsrecycle.com story).

Speaking to letsrecycle.com today, What a Load of Rubbish Ltd director Saul Dratpin, said: “We are shocked that the Environment Agency has put a press statement out referencing an individual who has been using our registered company name despite having no affiliation or connection with us whatsoever.

Part of the London-based What a Load of Rubbish Ltd fleet of modern vehicles

“We have been in business for nearly 16 years and are fully accredited. We also have FORS, Chas and ISO14001 accreditation.”


On its website, the company describes its work and emphasises that it is in full compliance with the law.

The website notes: “What a Load of Rubbish is a wait-and-load waste management company that has been serving central London since 1991. We remove any type of rubbish: construction, commercial, domestic, hard core, electrical and electronic equipment, and sensitive documents. Our customers range from construction sites to schools to hotels, offices, and householders having a clear-out, so whatever your rubbish removal needs are, we can fulfil them.

“Because we’re a licensed waste carrier with more than 15 years in the business, you can be confident that your rubbish is being handled responsibly and in full compliance with the law.”


£3,500 fine doesn’t seem much when the costs of removal are £100,000!

Posted by Ivegotabag on August 15, 2019

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