70-Litre Bin

Tax included.

Available locally. Sign up for a minimum of one year’s worth of collections and we’ll loan you a 70L bin. The price includes the delivery of the bin and your first collection. We’ll then collect on a pre-arranged date every two, four or eight weeks.

What happens after I’ve placed my order?

Once we receive your order, we’ll send your order confirmation and contact you to confirm and discuss the following:

  • Booking the delivery date for the drop off of your new bin
  • Booking your first collection (price included in your purchase)
  • We’ll also talk about any additional bins required, which can be delivered when your new bin gets dropped off*
  • The frequency of collection – normally weekly, fortnightly, monthly or every 6, 8 or 12 weeks, but this can be bespoke to your needs*
  • The type of service required (on-site or off-site shredding)*
  • Any additional services (cardboard recycling, IT disposal and recycling, plastic recycling)*

* Additional fees may be applied

We’ll then send over a copy of our agreement with the terms and conditions and send out collection dates for the next 12 months, so you know when to expect us.

The first collection is then completed as part of your initial order and all subsequent collections are invoiced for payment the next day.

View our terms & conditions

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Shredding services

Regular on-site shredding

Regular on-site shredding visits will ensure you don’t build up a backlog of documents.

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Regular off-site shredding

Let Shredded Neat take care of your confidential waste as we collect your documents.

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One-off shredding

Not everybody requires a regular collection – and that’s OK!

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Contract services

Peace of mind that your business will be protected.

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GDPR-compliant shredding

Shredded Neat will provide you with a fully GDPR-compliant data destruction solution.

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Electronic data destruction

Disposal of any confidential electronic data that your business no longer needs.

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