WHAT WASTE CAN WE COLLECT?


  • Old furniture such as: desks, wardrobes, sofas, beds, tables and chairs
  • Large and small electrical kitchen appliances and other
  • Old carpet
  • Clothing, shoes
  • Books, files, CDs, DVDs, bric-a-brac
  • Old kids toys
  • Electronics waste, such as old computers, phones, and cables.
  • Any type of batteries.
  • The byproducts of painting jobs. For example: empty paint cans, sprays, preservatives.
  • Car and motor related supplies like oils, antifreezes, wax, polish, and fuels.
  • Lighting waste such as fluorescent lamps and bulbs, transformers, 
  • Cleaners used at home such as bleach, rust removers, drain cleaners, ammonia, and more.
  • Aerosols of all kinds.
  • Fireworks.
  • Adhesives and other glues.
  • Chemicals used for garden care like herbicides, insecticides, and pesticides.
  • Any plant trimmings you may have can be at our disposal.
  • If you have any rubbish like bricks or stones that are out of place, we dispose them in a safe way.
  • If you have unused pots for plants made out of any material like polystyrene, we will take them away.
  • Our team can take care of any straw or other types of animal bedding you may have in your garden.
  • The plastics we find like liners or bags will be separated to be disposed properly with our Garden Clearance London service.
  • We dispose all sorts of plants like flowers, grass remains from cuttings, weeds, tree leaves, big and small tree branches, and even natural Christmas trees.
  • Carpets and any other floor cover
  • Cement and concrete tiles and remains
  • Ceramics
  • Construction bricks
  • Kitchen or bathroom remains
  • Metal waste
  • Paint remains and containers
  • Plaster boards
  • Plastic waste
  • Rubble waste
  • Soil
  • Timber glass waste
  • Wood waste
  • Bins emptied
  • General rubbish
  • WEEE
  • Confidential Documents
  • Furniture
  • Files
  • Refurbishment waste
  • Electrical items
  • Unwanted Furniture & chairs
  • General rubbish
  • Car parks cleared
  • Printers waste
  • Refurbishment waste

“There must be a reason why some people can afford to live well. They must have worked for it. I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things we could use.” » Mother Teresa