31 March 2019
UK’s premier kitchen retailer chooses Clearabee for installation waste removal
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We are delighted to announce that we have been selected to provide rubbish removal services to Wren Kitchens, the UK’s number one kitchen retailer.
Clearabee has been appointed as the sole waste removal supplier to Wren’s kitchen installers in the UK. Clearabee’s in-house team and fleet of over 100 vehicles will handle the removal of waste generated by Wren when fitting kitchens for domestic customers who have chosen the waste removal option. It will undertake hundreds of on-demand waste removal jobs a week for Wren across the UK.Wren, which operates 78 state-of-the-art showrooms and employs over 4,000 people, chose Clearabee to support its kitchen installers nationwide following a successful nationwide trial of its on-demand waste removal services.
A Wren Kitchens spokesperson said: “Becoming partners with Clearabee means we can offer our customers an efficient and stress-free waste removal service possible with same day collections in most areas of the UK.
“We deliver and install around two thousand kitchens a week including all doors, drawers, wirework and baskets and this new waste removal service will support our green ethos by minimising waste to landfill where possible.”
Daniel Long, Managing Director at Clearabee, comments: “Clearabee has reinvented the rubbish removal business with improved speed, reliability and a cost-effective carbon neutral collection service and we are delighted to have been chosen by Wren. It recognises Clearabee’s ability to remove waste quickly and conveniently on-demand and continues the trends of big national brands choosing to work with us.”
Based in Birmingham, Clearabee is the UK’s largest on-demand rubbish removal service operating nationwide using only its own fully trained and vetted employees. It employs over 250 people, operates a fleet of 100 vehicles, and provides junk clearance and rubbish removal services to thousands of domestic and commercial customers across the UK each week. Clearabee is licensed by the Environment Agency and accredited by the Contractors Health and Safety Scheme. More than 95 percent of the waste collected by Clearabee is recycled or reused and Clearabee actively chooses zero-to-landfill waste processing partners wherever possible.