Since 1947, we have collected food waste and category 3 ABP Waste across all districts in the Borough of Merton including Bushey Mead, Colliers Wood, Copse Hill, Cottenham Park, Lower Morden, Merton Park, Mitcham, Morden, Morden Park, Motspur Park, Phipps Bridge, Pollards Hill, Raynes Park, St. Helier, South Wimbledon, Summerstown, West Barnes, Wimbledon and Wimbledon Park.
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We collect food waste from Hotels, Restaurants, Corporate, Cafes, Hospitals, Schools, Public Houses, Butchers Shops, Meat Processing Plants, Supermarkets, Kitchen and catering facilities in Merton.
The London Borough of Merton is a borough in south-west London. Merton is the least densely populated borough in London with a population of 209,000 spread over an area of 37km. Despite being sparsely populated in comparison to most of the other London boroughs, Merton has over 10,000 businesses. 65 million passengers passed through Merton's railways stations between 2013 and 2014.
Used cooking oil can be a source of heat and power. One litre can generate enough energy to make 240 cups of tea!
Grays Waste Services have been servicing the waste management needs of Merton since 1947.
We are now proud to be one of the leading specialist food waste and category 3 waste collection companies...
"We have 10 restaurants across London, each one creating a different amount of food waste. Grays offer us a bespoke service, providing the relevant bin size for each of our restaurants. This keeps our cost at a minimum."
"Having the option to change our food waste collection frequency is very useful. It means we aren't overcharged for unnecessary collections."
"Knowing that all the food waste generated by our chain of restaurants is disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way means we can feel better about doing what we can for the environment and everyone’s future. It’s good to know that Grays take the environmental aspect so seriously."
Phone: 020 8317 0172
Fax: 020 8301 8230
Grays Waste Services
124-126 Nathan Way