Wednesday, 19th September 2018
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Kollect, the Waterford based waste collection company, have an outstanding new offer, perfect for saving money in the New Year. Since their launch in 2015 Kollect have developed a variety of creative ways of managing waste and have done so in their own way.

At Kollect they focus upon delivering simple packages at a fair price. While they already offer excellent value and services, their new package comes with an entire two months of free collections.

The way it works is simple. Switch to Kollect and you will get two months of collections absolutely free when you sign up for the two year plan which average at €25 per month. There are no hidden charges and no surprises—although, they do try and pleasantly surprise customers with their commitment to delivering an excellent service. For this you’ll get one month free per year and the peace of mind that your household waste is being managed by the only locally owned company.

After Christmas can be a one of the most financially demanding points of the year. Yet with the new year comes the spirit change. At such a competitive price, Kollect’s new annual package offers a great opportunity to begin your new year in better financial health. Plus, their website offers a link to hundreds of genuine customer reviews if you feel like doing a little bit of research before you make the switch.

If you are interested or want to find out more their simple online platform is an easy way to sign up or, alternatively, you can call their customer service team on 051-364495. They respond to customer queries up to 11pm every night and are always happy to help you continue or begin your Kollect experience.

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