Bear Cleaning Services Using Morclean BinWash!

Congratulations Ted and Kate Hunter and their team at Bear Cleaning Ltd, on becoming the latest, approved members of the National Association of Wheelie Bin Washers (NAWBW) by meeting all of the criteria to join.

Bear Cleaning Ltd, is a family run business in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, established in 2015 by Ted Hunter, who uses our award winning and NAWBW accredited, Morclean Bin Wash.

Ted was joined by his wife Kate in September 2017, to enable Bear Cleaning Ltd to extend their service offering.

To contact the Bear Cleaning team call 01926 853492 go to or email

What is the NAWBW?

The National Association of Wheelie Bin Washers represents those wheelie bin washing companies that are able to satisfy the associations entry criteria, which requires them to comply with all existing legislation and guidelines for the washing of bins using high pressure water pumps.

The association aims to provide a forum to monitor and influence UK and EU Legislation with regard to the washing of wheelie bins whilst policing the industry on behalf of its members to try and improve standards within the association’s membership. It also aims to influence both Councils and Government with regard to the policing of those companies that do not respect present legislation and guidelines whilst carrying out the activity of washing wheelie bins.


Well here are a few reasons why you should:

- Be seen as a quality and licensed operator
- Advice on all matters relating to the bin washing industry from experienced bin washers
- Assistance with policing the non-legitimate operators within your area

- Bulk purchase of daily used items
- A voice for your industry
- Members Workshop Facility for Bin Washer repairs or modification

Mission Statement of The National Association of Wheeled Bin Washers
To provide a legitimate organisation that monitors its members and as such guarantees a legal and high standard of wheelie bin washing service to the public that is common to all its members and that is acceptable to the Environment Agency, local authorities and water providers.