Rubbish removal – What you should and should NOT do with your rubbish
After clearing out your old office furniture, unwanted home belongings or garden waste you’ll be left with a certain amount of
Below we have listed items which you should and shouldn’t do with your rubbish.
Most companies probably don’t realise that if you contact your local commercial waste disposal site they will let you drop off all types of metal free of charge as the waste recycling company generate money from recycling metal under a controlled and safe environment.
Cardboard is another material that homeowners and businesses can take into waste sites without charging any fee and in some instances, if you have a larger amount of cardboard there are companies such as cardboard4cash who will pay and collect you unwanted cardboard.
With nearly 1 million reported incidents of fly-tipping in 2016 there’s little wonder that dumping of unwanted builders waste or household rubbish has become a major problem in the UK, not only is fly tipping illegal it causes havoc to wildlife and waterways attracting unwanted rodents and let’s be honest a horrible site to see in the countryside.
Get It Tidy since 2007 have cleaned up plenty of fly-tipping eyesores for commercial clients in areas such as car parks, abandoned offices and farmers fields. Fly tipping is a serious criminal
Nine most frequently fly tipped items:
- General household rubbish.
- Larger domestic items such as fridges.
- Builders waste such as hardcore and plasterboard.
- Garden rubbish.
- Cardboard from businesses
- Old car tyres
- Bin liners full of empty beer cans?
- Old fence panels?
Lighting a bonfire?
Lighting a bonfire at home is not illegal, however, it’s quite common courtesy to let notify your nieghbours and give them plenty of notice when planning on starting a bonfire at home, and there are certain things you should consider before your bonfire.
Will the bonfire affect road users?
If the smoke from a persons bonfire drifts across a road and affects or endangers drivers, the person could be committing a criminal
Leaving unwanted items in the street
Simply placing your unwanted furniture in the street can land you with a fine from the council, even if you place FREE to collector sign on your no longer required dining room table, why not contact the Get It Tidy Rubbish Removal team for a FREE quotation
If you are happy with the quote we can take away your old furniture on the same day, just like we did in the picture!
Rubbish Clearance Birmingham
There is plenty to think about when removing rubbish,
Our prices for house clearances and general rubbish removal in Birmingham include free l
Tel: 07510 712510
86 Coleys Lane,
Birmingham, B31 4AF
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