Rubbish and Garden Clearance: The Most Common Rubbish
Rubbish Clearance Services are great for getting rid of items that most councils will only take at
professional sites. Obviously, it is very rare for these services to be used for overall household waste
collection but if they are not used for this then what are homeowners disposing of?
Sometimes it is a house clearance where there is lots of bric-a-brac that needs to go at once but more
often than not, Rubbish and Garden Clearance Services are used for bulky things homeowners cannot get
clear of alone. Here are the most common.
WEEE is not medical waste, it really means waste electrical and electronic equipment. There are some
strict guidelines that surround the removal of this type of rubbish and this is part of the aim so many
homeowners need Professional Rubbish Clearance to get clear of it.
Waste electrical and electronic equipment covers all from TVs to fridge freezers and all in between. In
2011 1.3 million tonnes were purchased and a similar amount prepared. Much of this is recycled and
safely ready of.
Like fridge freezers, furniture is a bulky rubbish thing that many owners fight to dispose of on their own.
It is for this reason that Professional Rubbish Clearance Services collect a lot of furniture waste. Over 40%
of the large waste collected is furniture.
Whether it is because of the size, weight, or even incapability to transport it, many proprietors trust
rubbish clearance services to get rid of this. However, more of this waste needs to be recycled and more
companies want to work with charities that will recycle this excess furniture.
London is a nation of gardeners and nothing duplicates that quite like the amount of garden rubbish
clearance that is collected every year. Many recycling systems around the country have specialist green
or brown bins but whenever there is a garden renovation, these bins are not large sufficient for all of the
Revamping a garden can also