Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Household waste recyclingIt is estimated that the UK recycles about only 19% of its household waste. Compared to the EU nations this is very low. If you don’t ensure proper recycling of your household waste, it can create many health hazards and environmental issues. The household waste that is normally collected and recycled is garden waste, paper and glass. Normally the household e-waste and other metal and tins are thrown into landfills. These things contain harmful toxins which leaks out and end up spoiling soil, water bodies and air.

Benefits of Recycling Household Waste

Recycling household waste offers us many benefits. Consider this fact: researches say that recycling help us reduce the consumption of raw materials, save energy and avoid air pollution and greenhouse gases. By simply recycling:

  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Glass
  • Plastics
  • Metals

You can help stop about 20 million tonnes of CO2 ending up in the atmosphere.

The other advantages include:

  • Saving energy and resources
  • Reducing pollution
  • Saving landfills from piles of household waste
  • Reducing your carbon footprint

Hiring a Residential Rubbish Collection and Recycling Agency

The best way to deal with your residential waste would be to hire a professional household waste clearance service provider. When hiring a recycling agency make sure that they have all the necessary licences to carry out the task.

If you are looking for a professional household waste recycling and collection company, consider using The All Clear Company. When you hire us you not only get a professional and licensed company to work with, but also the following advantages:

  • Complete recycling solution
  • Cost effective and efficient services
  • Safe disposal/recycling
  • Professional and hassle-free service

We also offer cost effective household waste recycling services. To know more about our household clearance and recycling services, please contact us today.

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