We would like to take this time to reassure you that during the current climate and the outbreak of Covid-19, that Baco-Compak remains open for business.
However, we have implemented effective and robust measures to maintain the safety of our staff, customers and suppliers throughout this difficult period, until things return to normal.
Across the business, we are ensuring that all Baco-Compak employees are informed daily of new or important information from the Government, to ensure the risk of the infection spreading, is reduced as much as physically able.
We are also monitoring any visits to customers with routine checks completed after every visit, again to maintain the safety of customers and staff alike.
As we navigate through this situation, we will continue to operate to the high standard of service you would expect from us and we will do everything we can to assist our customers as normal.
If you have any further questions or concerns you’d like to discuss, our customer service team is available to help you.
We will also be posting any updates here.
Thank you for your continued support
Providing a professional, skilled and experienced waste management service to both commercial and domestic customers across West Norfolk.
Baco-Compak are an expert waste management solution provider based in West Norfolk. As a family run business, we have over 40 years’ experience in waste disposal, providing a range of skips, roll-ons, tankers, rear end loaders and articulated lorries for the collection of waste in Kings Lynn and the surrounding area, including the Royal Estate.
Our close-knit team are professionals in waste management and can provide you with a tailored waste management solution. Whether you are looking for household rubbish disposal and recycling, or a commercial solution to skip hire, or even looking to arrange the wheelie bin hire and waste disposal for your next big event. Contact us to find out how we can help.
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