Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Recycling computer

When people think of rubbish clearance services in London they may automatically think about house clearance and the sacks of rubbish which are taken by the local refuse collectors.

Many rubbish clearance services in London can in fact offer a very specialized service to remove all sorts of junk from your home and not just your general household rubbish.

Private and domestic rubbish clearance services may include;

  • General rubbish clearance
  • House clearance – full house clearance services after a bereavement or when an elderly relative can no longer live alone
  • Garden clearance – including garden refuse plus old sheds, pots, fences etc
  • DIY clearance – cleaning up after a DIY project

Corporate and commercial rubbish clearance services may include;

  • Office clearance services
  • Removal of white goods for recycling
  • WEEE Disposal – office IT equipment
  • Removal of furniture
  • Builders waste service
  • Collection services specific for bulky waste
  • Waste management services
  • Disposal of needles and other sharp implements
  • Destruction of data
  • Tyre disposal
  • Clearance of fly tipping sites
  • Removal and recycling of old air conditioning units
  • Recycling services for plasterboard
  • Hotel refurbishment services
  • Shop refurbishment services

Hiring a professional clearance service offers a very real, cost effective and efficient alternative to skip hire. Some of the downsides of skip hire which do not cause problems when you hire a clearance company include;

  • You need to arrange for permits for a skip – you don’t need a permit for a clearance company
  • You need to be sure of a convenient parking space in which to place a skip – this is not a problem for a professional clearance service
  • You won’t have to worry about filling the skip with waste materials yourself
  • You won’t have to worry about other people putting their waste products into your skip

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