Captain Tom Moore becomes a Waste King customer
By: Bob Little PR
The BBC had been doing some filming at Captain Tom's home in Marston Moretaine and, originally, asked Waste King to supply a four-yard skip to take the resulting waste. However, when the BBC learned about Waste King's 'Man and Van' service, they decided that this would be the most cost-effective way to dispose of the waste – and it would guarantee that a higher proportion of the waste was recycled more easily.
Andy Cattigan, Waste King's Operations Director, said, "Compared with the cost of the skip, the Man and Van service turned out to be 34 per cent cheaper - and the Waste King team completed all the loading. Waste King's Man and Van service is highly cost-efficient and is particularly suitable for household items."
Glenn Currie, Waste King's Managing Director, commented, "Our team was delighted to meet Captain Tom and he was happy to personally thank the team for their service.
"It's not every day that you meet a chart-topping centenarian who's raised more than £32m for the National Health Service," he added. "Indeed, now that Captain Tom – via the BBC – has become a Waste King customer, we're all looking forward to being able to get hold of a copy of his autobiography, 'Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day', which is scheduled for publication by Penguin Books on 17th September this year."
About Waste King Ltd
A specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, Waste King serves the domestic and commercial markets. It focuses not only on providing a friendly, efficient, cost-effective service but also one which is environmentally friendly. Waste King was formed, in 2007, by Glenn Currie and Andy Cattigan, who had experience in sales and IT respectively and were keen to 'do something to help the environment'.
Further information from:
Glenn Currie, Waste King Ltd, 01442 216784 / 07761 577001; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Little, Bob Little PR, 01727 860405; email@example.com