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Clearabee lands reactive waste removal contract with Co-op

On-demand rubbish removal business, Clearabee has won a three-year, multi-million pound contract to provide reactive waste removal services to the Co-op.

The terms of the deal will see Clearabee handle all unplanned waste removal requirements for the Co-op’s retail and Funeralcare businesses across the UK. Clearabee will also provide on-demand removal of bulky waste at the Co-op’s 2,500 retail stores and 1,000 funeral homes nationwide.

Commenting on the contract award, Daniel Long, Founder and Managing Director at Clearabee, said: “This deal further demonstrates our ability to serve major retail organisations at scale and we are delighted to have been appointed by the Co-op. Our innovative approach and nationwide reach means we can respond rapidly and efficiently to the Co-op’s waste removal requests, and cut its cost associated with removing unplanned rubbish.”

The contract is one of Clearabee’s biggest commercial deals ever with in excess of 5,000 on-demand anticipated waste collections a year. Requests will be serviced by Clearabee’s in-house team of 250 people and fleet of 100 vehicles located across the UK.

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