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Bin washing

Bin wash service

Bin washing service


Want to handover a messy job? We offer a bin cleaning service that will get your bin sparkling clean and hygienic again, so you don’t have to.


Our reliable team use a custom-made machine that quickly and effortlessly allows your bins to be cleansed using jet washing technology.


We can give your wheelie bins a thorough clean on a one-off or regular basis.



1 Bin

2 Bins

3 Bins

One off




Quarterly (4 washes)




Bi-monthly (6 washes)




Annual (12 washes)





Please note bins must be empty in order for your service to be carried out.

Should your bins not be emptied on the date of your collection, then you MUST email to notify us on this date so your service for the next day can be rescheduled altogether. 

Should we attend your service and your bins are not emptied then this results in a missed service. We are unable to reschedule/refund this appointment.

High standards

Highly skilled

Our team has many years of experience working for residents in Waltham Forest and beyond.

Fully insured

Our team are insured with £5 million in public liability insurance, so your home is in safe hands.

Fair pricing

All our services are priced based on the time we estimate and quoted fairly.

Bin Washing Services

Our servicestore team offers a professional and reliable bin washing service to residents and businesses.

Your dirty bin will be jet washed from the inside and the contaminated water will be collected, taken away and disposed in compliance with all DEFRA and Environment Agency guidelines.

Our team is fully insured and has the necessary legal consents to dispose of waste-water. Our operators are trained to ensure your bins are cleaned to the highest industry standards.

If not properly cleaned on a regular basis, refuse bins and food waste bins can become unhygienic and attract vermin and insects. Having your bin cleaned every 4 weeks prevents a build-up of rotting smelly waste and keeps your bin fresh and clean.

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