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Why Panda?

Why Panda? Every week, we collect 60,000 tonnes of waste from 265,000 homes. It doesn’t matter which bin you put out, everything we collect has a use. From recycled paper to fertiliser and renewable energy, we make it easy to be greener and cleaner. Sound good? With package deals for home recycling, we’re the bin company you can trust!

How can I get free energy with Panda?

Get one month free on a waste only plan, or two months when you choose a dual waste and energy plan. Add home electricity, gas (or both) and well give you 45% off our standard unit rates, no questions asked. Absolutely no upfront costs, we promise! We dont believe in hidden extras or deposits. At Panda, all you need to do is sign-up and save.

Why choose Panda for your Waste Management?

Don’t let the waste pile up. With skips and skip bags of all shapes and sizes, not only will Panda save you time and money – we’ll make sure every single piece is reused, repurposed or recycled. As an extra bonus, we’ll leave a free skip bag with every one we collect.

What is Pandas Zero Waste Policy?

Bringing you weekly collections, affordable services and a zero-landfill mission, nothing goes to waste with Panda. Get one month free on a waste only plan, or two months when you choose a dual waste and energy plan.

Why is the Panda so important?

The panda’s habitat is also important for the livelihoods of local communities, who use it for food, income, fuel for cooking and heating, and medicine. And for people across the country.

What is the history of the giant panda?

A brief history on the Giant Panda, and how it came to be where it is today. History of the Giant Panda. 11 March 1869 A hunter brings a panda skin to the French Jesuit, Armand David. 13 April 1929 The Roosevelt brothers become the first foreigners to shoot a panda. 1936 Ruth Harkness captures an infant panda and takes it to the USA, ...

Why do they call it a Panda company?

Because the company was founded by a bunch of friends, and bunch of friends in Spanish translates as “panda”. c. Because one of the creative’s favourite stuffed animal was a panda.

What is WWF doing to protect giant pandas in China?

WWF worked with the Department of Forestry of Shaanxi Province to gradually establish a giant panda and habitat protection network, covering over 70% of giant panda habitat in the Qinling Mountains

How can Panda help you?

Bringing you weekly collections, affordable services and a zero-landfill mission, nothing goes to waste with Panda. Get one month free on a waste only plan, or two months when you choose a dual waste and energy plan. Add home electricity, gas (or both) and well give you 45% off our standard unit rates, no questions asked.

What percentage of waste does Panda recycle?

Panda recycle 100% of waste materials we receive Meet Pandas Recycling Experts Meet the Panda recycling specialists News August Bank Holiday Weekend 2021 Posted July 12, 2021 Business LoginJoin Panda today

What is Pandas Zero Waste Policy?

Bringing you weekly collections, affordable services and a zero-landfill mission, nothing goes to waste with Panda. Get one month free on a waste only plan, or two months when you choose a dual waste and energy plan.

Why choose Panda for Skip collection?

With skips and skip bags of all shapes and sizes, not only will Panda save you time and money – we’ll make sure every single piece is reused, repurposed or recycled. As an extra bonus, we’ll leave a free skip bag with every one we collect.

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