Disposal Or Recycling

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Disposal & Recycling

If you can't sell it or give it away to a charity for free then nobody is going to want it so the only option you have left is waste disposal and recycling.

Everything left in your property at the moment that needs to be recycled or disposed of would be classed as domestic recycling and could be recycled at your local council recycling center for free subject to you getting it there.

Or you could try the bulky waste collection service from your local authority, use skips or use a waste disposal and recycling company like ours.

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Dispose Of Your Items

Take Large Furniture To Your Local Recycling Center

Local Recycling Center

Large furniture can be recycled at your local recycling center but please be aware you cannot use a van or any other commercial vehicle for this without a permit, you could use a car or car with a trailer that is less than 1.5 meters long.

The County Council Bulk Waste Collection Service

Bulky Waste Collection

The Local Authority Bulky Waste Collection Service will normally collect a limited number of items for a set price, but it needs to be booked a couple of weeks in advance and they will only collect from the curb side not from inside your property.

D.I.Y Step By Step Guide

1: Search The Property

Clearing a property yourself can be a very emotional, stressful and physical task especially if you are clearing the property . . . .

2: Reduce The Clutter

When you are confident that you have identified and removed any items of a personal or financial value along with . . . .

3: Tackle The Bric A Brac

Where do I start, well from our point of view general bric-a-brac and household junk hold no value, even the charity shops . . . .

4: Recycle Your Items

Take all the items you have boxed or bagged up for charity to the charity of your choice, it may be worth giving them a ring first . . . .

5: Sell Your Items

At this stage you should be left with just the larger items of furniture and general household items you think may hold a . . . .

6: Donate Your Items

OK so once you have tried to sell your items and if no one wants them you can can offer them to a charity, please note charities . . . .

Contact me 8 am - 8 pm - 7 days

Tel: 0800 1571 088

Mark Parry

Mob: 07870 280754

markparry@nachouseclearance.co.uk