Putney Rubbish Clearance Experts
Full or part loads – Only pay for the rubbish we take!
At one time or another, we all have rubbish and junk that needs clearing out. That’s when it’s time to call in the professionals. Metro Waste are the ideal choice for all your rubbish removal needs in Putney SW15 – Our large tipper trucks can hold 13.6 cubic metres of waste and you’ll only pay for the amount of waste we remove.
With full or part load options, we can take away your virtually all your household or garden waste, all for a great price.
Is your Putney business having a refit or do you have an ongoing waste stream that needs clearing regularly? Have you just taken over a shop or office and are looking at giving it a makeover? We provide the perfect alternative to hiring a skip so you won’t need to worry about a permit.
Are you a property developer that needs your Putney construction site kept clear of waste? Our professional team and large tipper trucks can get your site cleared fast!
If any of the above scenarios apply to you, get in touch with Metro Waste to see how we can help you clear away your waste in Putney SW15.
Service summary: Waste collection Putney, flat & house clearances, junk & refuse collection, garbage disposal, office clearance, trash, rejectamenta & waste management, junk & litter disposed of, garden debris removed, scrap & trash taken away in Putney.
Is Our Putney Rubbish Removal Not For You?
There are times when hiring Metro Waste’s tipper trucks to clear your unwanted rubbish just isn’t suitable. Perhaps you have a slow-moving waste stream and hiring a skip would be a better option. If that’s the case, visit our Putney Skip Hire page. We’re fully insured and are a Licensed Waste Carrier with the Environment Agency.
Did you know?
If you live in Putney, you’ll be all too familiar with Putney Bridge. However, you may not be so familiar with its first bridge, which was made of wood.
It’s claimed that in 1720, Sir Robert Walpole (who became Prime Minister) was on his way back from seeing George I at Kingston and was in a hurry, along with his servant, to get to the House of Commons.
When he got to Putney, the ferry boat was still on the opposite side of the river in Fulham. As the ferryman was busy drinking in the Swan Pub, he ignored Walpole’s protestations that he should hurry up and get back in the ferry to cross to the other side. Walpole wasn’t too happy about this and had to find another way across the Thames. After the experience of being ignored by the tipsy ferryman, he vowed to make sure that a bridge was built to replace the ferry.
Fortunately for Walpole, the Prince of Wales also wasn’t happy about the lacklustre ferry service and was often inconvenienced by the poor service when returning from hunting in Richmond Park. As a result, he asked Walpole to use his influence by supporting the construction of a bridge.
Soon after in 1726, the building of a bridge from Putney to Fulham got the green light. It opened just 3 years later in 1729. It proved very popular as it was the only bridge between London Bridge and Kingston Bridge at that time (even though it was a toll bridge).
It stood for a long time but was badly damaged by the collision of a river barge in 1870. Although some of the bridge was replaced, it would soon be entirely demolished and its new stone replacement was eventually completed in 1886.