Managing Waste in the Winter Months

Managing Waste in the Winter Months

For any project, waste must be managed effectively to comply with health and safety. According to reports from Health & Safety England, an average of 1000 trips or slips on construction sites are caused each year because there is something in the individual’s way, such as building materials or waste. 

During the winter months, these incidents increase as both the darkness of the season and poor weather conditions make construction sites more difficult to navigate. 

Under the law, all construction sites must be deemed in ‘good order’, which means it’s not only best practice but your legal obligation to keep a clean and tidy site. 

To help you navigate managing your waste on-site during the winter months, we’ve revealed the key areas you should look at to keep your site and team safe. 

Clear Access 

Gaining clear access both onto the site and around the site ensures that workers can move freely, without incurring an injury or accident. 

Clear access is also vital in case of an emergency, as people need to be able to leave a site quickly and safely should an emergency occur on site. 

The same is also required from any deliveries or waste removal services you use on-site. 

While skips can block drive-aways and roads, a grab hire lorry can move and navigate around any site terrain, ensuring that no emergency exits are blocked. 

Working with your site manager, you should assign where the best place for deliveries and services can access the site. This will also ensure that any collections or deliveries can be easily facilitated in all weather conditions. 

It is critical that waste does not block any type of access point. 

As trips, slips and falls are more common in the winter months due to snow, rain and ice, all waste should be removed out of the way of workers. Even going so far as to make sure that no waste can be blown, or move into the path of someone working on site. 

Plan Ahead 

When you know you’re working on a project that will create large amounts of waste plan waste removal ahead to ensure, it can be taken away quickly. 

Scheduling regular visits from a grab hire lorry will ensure that large amounts of waste don’t begin to pile up and cause hazards. 

At AJ Grab Hire, we work in partnership with many large construction and building companies to ensure waste is consistently removed from the site, and not obstructing further work or the movement of people. 

Safe Spaces

Create dedicated spaces for your waste so that it doesn’t interrupt the work schedule or become a hazard to those working in low visibility. 

As a site manager, you should identify good spaces onsite where waste can be managed. This helps to keep it out of the way of people working, and in a space that can be easily accessed by a grab hire lorry. 

The waste spaces may move place as your project progresses, but keeping this in consideration is key in ensuring that waste is not travelling across the site, or creating hazards in key working areas. 

Tidy Work Areas 

Keep all work areas tidy to ensure that no waste is blocking or causing a hazard to those working in the area. 

Having a member of your team on waste duty, keeping a site clean and clear will help to avoid any accidents. For any internal refurbishments inside a building, consider whether you need to use wheelbarrows or chutes to move the waste safely away from the building. 

By having one key individual responsible for waste management, you can keep the site clear and clean, and your workers safe from any potential trip or slip hazards. 

Train Your Team 

Train and educate your team on the dedicated waste areas to ensure they are following your health and safety rules. 

A waste removal process is only as good as those following it. 

Show your team where the waste site is each morning, and continue to explain the importance of why the waste process is in place. 

A team who is on board with the process will keep each other accountable, and may even be able to provide solutions to waste problems as the project progresses. 

Under health & safety, it is paramount that your workers are carrying out work to the expected standards and are well aware of the waste removal process. 

For more information on how our waste removal services can help you maintain a safe site, contact our team at AJ Grab Hire.

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabhire.co.uk

Top Locations

Cambridge
Royston
Newmarket
Saffron Walden
Harlow
Haverhill
Ely
Bury St Edmunds

 

Opening times

Mon – Fri 7am – 6.00pm
Sat 7am – 1pm

T: 01763 233493

What to Expect From Our Reliable Aggregate Delivery

What to Expect From Our Reliable Aggregate Delivery

It’s true that at AJ Grab Hire we are best known for our fleet of grab lorries, but grab lorries aren’t just efficient for removing your waste or muck; our grab lorries can also deliver tonnes of aggregate straight to your site. 

With the current COVID-19 restrictions and changes in constant flux, we’re well aware of how disrupted both commercial and domestic construction projects have been. 

As health and safety of construction workers is paramount to the continuation of works, at AJ Grab Hire our range of services, from grab hire and to aggregate delivery can make everything run smoothly despite the changes. 

We’ve revealed how our reliable aggregate delivery can support your project during the autumn/ winter season, and ensure your site remains productive in times of change. 

No Need to Stop

The first and foremost reason our aggregate delivery is reliable during these strange times is that you don’t need to stop your project in order to go and collect aggregate from a supplier. 

We bring the aggregate you need straight to your site. This means you don’t lose any labour or manpower, and you can have your aggregate delivered at precisely the time you need it. 

That means there’s no waiting in a queue at a local supplier. There’s no losing a vital person who is going to spend a few hours off-site, and the aggregate isn’t going to get in the way of the project. 

At AJ Grab Hire we can deliver up to 29 tonnes of aggregate in our tipper lorries, directly to your site whenever you need it. 

A Variety of Aggregate

Materials are in demand right now due to the current global pandemic, which means some local suppliers may not have the aggregate you need. And let’s be honest, there’s nothing worse than driving all the way to a supplier, waiting in the socially distanced queue, to then be told that the materials you need are out of stock. It’s not only a massive waste of time, but it can put a major pause on your project. 

However, at AJ Grab Hire, we do the hard work for you. All you simply have to do is call us for the aggregate you need, and we can supply and deliver it to your dedicated site. 

Our extensive network means that we can supply you with a wide range of high-quality aggregate suitable for both commercial works and domestic projects. 

At AJ Grab Hire we supply a vast array of aggregates including topsoil, sharp sand, ballast, limestone and red building sand. 

Whether you’re working on a landscaping project, home renovation project, or a large commercial project; we have all the aggregate, you will need to complete your project. 

Delivered to Your Site 

Our tipper lorries can deliver up to 20 tonnes of aggregate straight to your site. This is the highest capacity our grab hire lorries can take and is far more than a traditional van or pick-up truck can handle. 

Due to our experience in the construction, landscaping and engineering sectors, we have supported a number of projects with the materials they need for their specific project. 

For example, we have provided tonnes of road planning aggregate to help in local road-building projects in and around the Cambridgeshire area. 

We have also supplied gravel aggregate for both large landscaping projects, and smaller home renovation projects. 

High-Quality Aggregate 

We understand that for any project, quality matters, which is why we partner with an extensive network of quarries and aggregate suppliers to provide you with the most cost-effective and high-quality aggregate in the local area. 

At AJ Grab Hire, we are certified by the environment agency and truly believe in playing our part to support the circular economy within the construction and engineering industry. 

This means we can also help you to source recycled aggregate which has been approved by the Waste & Resources Action Programme. 

At AJ Grab Hire, we take great pride in supporting our customers in keeping their projects moving forward no matter the circumstances. Contact our team today to get a quote for your aggregate needs. 

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabire.co.uk

Top Locations

Cambridge
Royston
Newmarket
Saffron Walden
Harlow
Haverhill
Ely
Bury St Edmunds

 

Opening times

Mon – Fri 9am – 5.30pm
Sat 9am – 12pm

T: 01763 233493
M: 07931 142198

What Waste Can Be Disposed of With Grab Hire

What Waste Can Be Disposed of With Grab Hire

You may be thinking that a grab hire lorry is ideal for your project, but can it remove the waste you need it to?

Well, at AJ Grab Hire we remove a variety of waste from sites and support you in ensuring no matter your waste, it’s disposed of in a safe and environmentally friendly way. 

Unlike a skip, a grab hire lorry can collect your waste and take it to the relevant places to be disposed of or recycled. Plus rather than having that waste sat there taking up vital space in a skip, our grab lorries collect your waste within 20 minutes, leaving your site clean and clear.

Below we’ve listed the most common types of waste we can dispose of you, and the ones that we can’t touch. 

Earth and Soil

Disposing of large amounts of soil and earth after an intense landscaping, building or gardening project can be difficult if you do not have the manpower or the operations. Earth and soil are heavy and messy, and you can’t just throw it in a bin. 

At AJ Grab Hire, we come and collect your earth and soil from your site and take it to the relevant recycling centres. 

There are now many soil and earth recycling facilities that take your old soil and turn it into high quality, nutrient-rich earth that is perfect for landscaping and the environment. 

Aside from knowing your earth and soil is going to be used in an efficient way, the best part about having a grab lorry is that there’s no manual labour needed. Our team at AJ Grab Hire use the large grabber to pick up your soil and transport it to the closest recycling centre.  

Concrete and Bricks 

Concrete and bricks are one of the most commonly disposed of materials in the construction sector and don’t we know it. 

We’ve spent many years helping businesses in the construction and building industry remove excess concrete waste and bricks from their site. 

These heavy materials need special attention as they can be difficult to move once the waste has been generated. 

However, with a grab lorry, our grabber can easily collect your concrete and brick waste directly from your site and transport it to a recycling centre. 

You’ll be pleased to know that concrete and brick can be recycled, which means your ethical waste removal is in good hands at AJ Grab Hire. 

At the recycling centre, one the concrete and bricks have been screened, and any contaminants removed, the leftover material can be crushed into aggregate and even used on roads.

Garden and Tree Waste 

Your average green bin cannot handle the amount of waste that is generated from a large landscaping or gardening project; therefore, a grab lorry is actually one of the best methods to use. 

Unlike a skip which can remain on-site for days, getting in the way of your project; a grab lorry can come along and collect your waste and take it straight to the recycling plant. 

At AJ Grab Hire we have a small grab lorry which can manoeuvre on smaller sites but still remove 10 tonnes of waste. 

Incredibly, most garden waste can now be recycled. This includes bark, flowers, grass, hedge cuttings, tree cuttings, plants, twigs and weeds. 

At the recycling centre, garden waste is turned into a nutrient-rich soil conditioner or high-quality compost. 

Unfortunately, many people still dispose of garden waste into landfill when it can be used for vital environmental improvements. 

General Domestic Waste 

If you are working on a renovation project or a commercial transformation, you may end up with a high amount of general rubbish and domestic waste. This is the type of rubbish you may traditionally put in your own black bin. 

However, this waste requires sensitive removal as it can contaminate the surrounding environment or cause litter in public spaces. 

General domestic waste also needs to be sorted before it is entered into landfill. Therefore it’s essential that you choose a waste disposal partner who understands where the waste needs to be filtered. 

Unfortunately, many people still use rogue traders for general rubbish which can lead to huge environmental damage to the local area, as well as hefty fines for those caught not using a registered waste remover. 

Waste Not Suitable for Grab Hire 

Although we remove most types of waste, there are some types of waste which need special attention due to their potential to contaminate or cause harm. 

Below we have listed the specific materials and products which we cannot remove from your site.

  • Asbestos
  • Paint
  • Oil 
  • Batteries
  • Tyres
  • Gas bottles
  • Hazardous chemicals

 

At AJ Grab Hire we are certified with the Environment Agency as waste removal specialist, therefore we can guide you in making sure your waste is removed safely and ethically. 

Contact our Grab Hire team today to discuss your waste removal requirements. 

 

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabire.co.uk

Top Locations

Cambridge
Royston
Newmarket
Saffron Walden
Harlow
Haverhill
Ely
Bury St Edmunds

 

Opening times

Mon - Fri 9am - 5.30pm
Sat 9am - 12pm

T: 01763 233493

From Trash to Treasure – Construction Waste Upcycled & Recycled

From Trash to Treasure – Construction Waste Upcycled & Recycled

The old saying, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, couldn’t be more true when it comes to the unique upcycled projects we’ve seen with construction waste.

In a world where we are becoming ever more conscious of our environmental impact, reducing waste that enters landfill has become a conscious concern for many of us. 

According to Wrap, the construction industry in the UK uses 400 million tonnes of material every year, which results in 100 million tonnes of waste being produced. From research, 90% of this waste could be recycled or re-used to reduce the amount of waste entering landfill. 

In some instances, even excess materials are often sent to landfill as construction companies are unsure of how to recycle or resell it. 

As an industry, there is certainly more that can be done to reduce waste, but also as consumers we should also be making a conscious effort to not see waste as a byproduct, but instead a raw material that can be used time and time again.

There are many items that can be reused and recycled in the construction industry. Sometimes what we really need is a little inspiration.

To help us all reduce waste, and cut down on costs during the post-COVID era, we’ve revealed the best upcycled and recycled construction projects. 

When you put your mind to it, the possibilities are endless.

There’s a Pallet For That

In the construction industry, most materials are delivered on a pallet which is often left behind once the materials have been used.

As these palettes are wood, they can be easily recycled; however, you can also get crafty and use this extra wood for a number of household projects. From creating a pallet herb container for the garden, a shoe rack, or a rustic pallet wall in the house; these basic objects have been transformed into an array of useful items.

Bricks and more

Leftover bricks often end up being broken down for aggregate or recycled for other materials, but with a little motivation, they can also quite literally be the building blocks for your next home DIY project. 

You only need to look on Pinterest to see how popular brick DIY projects have become to realise this material can be the foundation of anything for your home or garden. 

If you have enough to hand, the biggest trend of the moment is building an outdoor pizza oven. Dining alfresco has never come at such a small price. Alternatively, use your bricks to build a fire pit. Smores and autumn outdoors will become your weekend adventure. 

Don’t waste it, paint it

From small sample pots to big commercial pots; leftover paint does have an expiry date and can feel like a huge waste of money. 

Paint is also difficult to dispose of due to its chemical makeup, meaning it must be disposed of in a particular way to ensure it does not contaminate local water supplies. 

The best thing to do if you have leftover paint is to use it! 

Some of our favourite paint projects include updating old furniture with a lick of paint, painting your front door or your garage door, or adding a pop of colour to kitchen cabinets. 

You can’t beat concrete 

Concrete may not sound like the most luxury construction material to be in demand. But there’s been a surge of use for concrete in minimal modern homes who want that utilitarian feel. 

If you watch Channel 4’s Grand Designs, you’ll be well aware of the rising trend in concrete, as there’s been bathrooms and whole houses made of the stuff. 

But what about when you have those few bags left?  

Fear not, concrete is having a moment, and there are so many concrete crafts you can create for your home and garden. 

By far the most popular use for leftover concrete is to build your own plant pots and planters. Across Pinterest, there is a raft of cool creations with plants taking home in a concrete pot or two. 

However, if you’re feeling up for a real project, we recommend trying your hand at building a concrete piece of furniture. From coffee tables, bedroom side tables to entire sink basins. 

Light it up with your electricals 

Electrical appliances and wire may not feel like the easiest DIY project to take on, but these materials can help you create truly unique lighting features in your home. 

If you don’t have skills or expertise in this area, there are now many bespoke artisan creators on sites such as Etsy who can help you transform old electrical wires into home lighting features, or better still build them into home furniture. 

When it comes to construction waste, all most everything and anything can be recycled and upcycled into something useful. 

We hope these ideas have helped you realise there’s much more to waste than first meets the eye. So maybe this year you’ll look to upcycle before you buy. 

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabire.co.uk

Top Locations

Cambridge
Royston
Newmarket
Saffron Walden
Harlow
Haverhill
Ely
Bury St Edmunds

 

Opening times

Mon – Fri 9am – 5.30pm
Sat 9am – 12pm

T: 01763 233493
M: 07931 142198

Who Can Use Grab Hire Services?

Who Can Use Grab Hire Services?

At AJ Grab Hire, we work with all projects big and small across the Cambridgeshire and surrounding areas. 

When people often think of grab hire, they think of our huge grab lorries which you can often be seen hard at work on public-facing projects such as road engineering or housing developments. But in reality, our grab lorries help many sized projects in shifting waste quickly and efficiently, as grab lorries are more convenient and cost-effective than a traditional skip. 

If you’re wondering if we can help you with your project, we’ve revealed the most common jobs we work on to support ethical waste removal. 

Landscapers 

From garden landscaping, putting down foundations, to even supporting charities with considerable landscape improvements; at AJ Grab Hire our grab lorries have helped many organisations and individuals keep their fingers green and their land clean. 

A recent project we took part in was to help The Wild Trout Trust by adding gravel into the River Mel. Trout eggs need loose clean gravel with a good flow of water and oxygen. Gravel reinstatement in rivers is supported by the Environment Agency to support life in our local rivers. 

For landscapers, we can provide a small 4-wheel grab hire lorry that can manoeuvre in smaller spaces. We can also supply and deliver a variety of aggregate to help you reduce project down-time. 

Whether you’re a small independent landscaper or part of a bigger company or organisation, we have the equipment and knowledge to support you in getting the job done. 

Construction Companies 

From large well-known construction companies to small and medium-size construction companies; at AJ Grab Hire we’ve worked alongside these businesses to ensure their waste is removed efficiently off-site.  From Grab hire in Cambridge to muck away in Stevenage we have all of the local areas covered.

Waste from construction projects can quickly begin to build up, which is why at AJ Grab Hire, we pride ourselves on being able to remove all types of waste in the most efficient way possible. 

Unlike a skip, grab hire is chosen because a permit is not required. Our average fill time is a maximum of 20 minutes, so we can be off your site and moving your waste in no time at all, enabling you to crack on with the project. 

With two different sizes of grab lorry, we can shift anything from 16 tonnes to 32 tonnes. That’s a lot of waste capacity! 

A key reason why we are also used regularly by construction companies is because we are licensed waste removers. 

Unfortunately, rogue traders are rife in the waste removal industry, leading to fly-tipping and huge fines for construction companies. 

As we are certified by the Environment Agency, construction companies know that we not only dispose of waste ethically, but we do everything we can to reduce the amount of waste entering landfill. 

Domestic Renovations 

Many people believe that a grab hire lorry is only for large projects, but in fact, our smaller 4-wheel grab lorry is ideal for domestic renovations such as extensions or home renovations. 

We are often used by local builders and those self-building, as it provides ample room for the building work to continue, rather than trying to navigate around a skip. 

At AJ Grab Hire, our smaller lorry navigates small spaces meaning it’s easy for us to collect piles of waste from the back of the house. 

To cut down on project delays, our 4-wheel grab lorry also delivers aggregate. Meaning domestic renovations can continue without pausing for deliveries. 

Large Housing Projects 

Across the Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire area, we have been part of many large housing projects and redevelopments. This has offered our team an exciting opportunity to play their part in supporting the local area.  

With large housing projects on tight deadlines, a fast turn around for waste removal is required, which is why our 8-wheel grab hire lorries have been key in shifting high volumes of waste quickly and efficiently. 

As many of these large housing projects are also public-facing and near heavily congested roads, it has been vital to use a grab lorry to keep the site and all access points clean, clear and above all safe. 

Farms 

At AJ Grab Hire we’ve worked on many agriculture projects to support farmers who are enhancing their land, or shifting large amounts of waste. 

When a farm is going through a big change in produce, or making improvements to their land, much waste can easily be created, meaning it piles up quickly. 

A large amount of waste on a farm isn’t practical. Not only can it get in the way of operations which have to run seamlessly, but it can also interfere with the produce or animals that are on the farm. This is why at AJ Grab Hire we’ve been chosen by farmers to support them in shifting tonnes of waste quickly. 

We’ve also supported local farmers with laying down new foundations with our aggregate delivery. 

Office Refurbishment 

It may not sound like your typical grab hire job, but office refurbishment is a big job. With large amounts of furniture and interiors being removed, and decorating and building taking place, we’ve seen a huge increase in projects that are commercial offices. 

At AJ Grab Hire, we know how to move all types of waste so that it can be recycled and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.

So no matter the size of your project, give our team at AJ Grab Hire a call to see how we can keep you running smoothly.  

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabhire.co.uk

Opening times

Mon – Fri 7am – 6.00pm
Sat 7am – 1pm

T: 01763 233493

Has Covid-19 Made Us More Conscious of Our Environment?

Has Covid-19 Made Us More Conscious of Our Environment?

We all like to pretend that global warming is something which is happening a long time away, but after the world came to a standstill under the pandemic of coronavirus, it’s become all too clear that our impact was anything but positive on the place we call home. 

According to the BBC, no other world-wide crisis has enabled us to cut our carbon emissions quite like the way covid-19 has done. 

With no planes in the air, no cars on the road, and no offices using up vast amounts of electricity; our carbon output saw it’s most dramatic drop of one billion tonnes. 

To put that in some kind of context, The International Energy Agency, says the world will use 6% less energy in 2020. That’s the equivalent to losing the entire energy demand of India. 

So now we know that carbon emissions can be cut, has that changed our attitude to becoming more conscious of the environment we live in? 

Appreciating our green space 

During the enforced UK lockdown, we were only able to go for one walk a day. To many of us, this time enabled us to reconnect to nature in a way we have perhaps never done in our lives. A walk is often at the bottom of a to-do-list when we’re busy juggling work and care responsibilities. But what happens when everything stops? Suddenly a walk is a welcome relief. 

Our gardens also became a sanctuary away from the four walls we had to spend every waking hour within, with some of us even taking up gardening for the first time and renovating our garden space. According to reports, the Royal Horticultural Society saw a third of a million Brits visit their website for advice on growing potatoes, tomatoes and strawberries. Online retail sales for garden related products also saw an increase of 162%, as more of us decided to enhance our green space. 

While it may not have been at the top of our bucket list for 2020, without a doubt, this pandemic has led many of us to reflect on those spaces that mean the most to us. 

It may have felt like an illusion to step out on a sunny day during lockdown and think about how clear the sky was, or how noisy the birds were. But this isn’t a dream; the beautiful side-effects of coronavirus has seen nature thrive. 

Overall the pandemic has been a threat to humans and animals alike, but according to reports from New Scientist, some species have seen great benefits from the world taking a step back. Wild bees have increased due to the lack of air pollution, and one study has found that whales stress hormone dropped due to the reduction in shipping freights on the oceans. 

Attitudes towards waste

Before the outbreak of coronavirus, you couldn’t turn on the news without hearing about plastic pollution and the worldwide threat this was posing on our environment. 

Unfortunately, this hasn’t stalled during coronavirus, but it has made many of us reflect on how we buy things and where we buy things from. 

As many people have faced financial hardship during the pandemic, it has meant more of us have had to be considerate of our buying decisions. 

In the early days of the pandemic supermarkets simply could not keep up with the demand due to stock-piling, which led many people to discover local markets and independent shops once again—something which has been slowly dying on the local high street.

The benefit of buying local and buying independent is vast. Not only do you support your local economy, but you also gain a better understanding of where your food has come from. 

With local tips shut during the lockdown, we have quite literally been faced with how much rubbish we create. This has also been the case for many who have gone on a ‘decluttering’ splurge and realised just how much stuff they need to take to the charity shop. 

Our ability to over-consume has become apparent as we’ve sat and realised what we really need, and what we’re influenced to buy.  

Changing our homes  

For some of us being on furlough and in lockdown, the experience has given us the opportunity to embark on those DIY projects that we’ve never quite got around to.

According to Property Reporter, nearly two-fifths of Brits embarked on home DIY during lockdown. 

However, with many construction companies and building firms working on essential works only, it’s given people a real insight into the way construction rubbish is handled. 

It’s often taken for granted that such construction waste can be ‘thrown in the bin’ when the reality is often far different. 

As certified waste removers by the Environment Agency, at AJ Grab Hire we are all too aware of how sensitively waste must be handled to ensure it is disposed of in the most responsible way. 

During this lockdown, we have no doubt that the home projects taking place will have given many people a chance to think about where all of their waste actually ends up. 

Commercial responsibility

It may come as a shock to you that many supermarkets were once unable to do anything with their food waste. Leaving thousands of pounds worth of consumable food to the bins. 

Thankfully, this is all changing with more supermarket brands signing up to charities such as FareShare, who take the food waste from supermarkets and provide it to homeless shelters, food banks and other charities who work with those unable to buy themselves a meal. 

During the lockdown, charities such as FareShare saw a dramatic increase in need. Not only from those who were homeless but also the elderly and the vulnerable.  

As stock-piling got out of hand in the early days of the pandemic, many of the elderly were simply unable to visit a shop to get the essential food items they needed. 

Looking back over the past four months of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s clear that as a society we have been faced with our biggest challenge which has ultimately given us insight into what life could be like if we were all to be more environmentally conscious. 

Do we need to travel as much? 

Do we need to buy as much stuff? 

Do we need to keep throwing everything in the bin? 

Now that we have seen how clean and beautiful our world can be when we take a step back let’s hope we all continue to make more of an effort to preserve the world we have. 

AJ Grab Hire

Head Office:
Langdale Farm
Cambridge Road
Melbourn
Hertfordshire
SG8 6EY

enquiries@ajgrabire.co.uk

Top Locations

Cambridge
Royston
Newmarket
Saffron Walden
Harlow
Haverhill
Ely
Bury St Edmunds

 

Opening times

Mon – Fri 9am – 5.30pm
Sat 9am – 12pm

T: 01763 233493
M: 07931 142198