Manchester is the second most densely populated city in the UK after London and is predicted to rise rapidly in the coming years. It also has a particular problem with rubbish and old furniture being dumped on the streets. It’s not a coincidence fly tipping in Manchester as been trending across social media and the local press.
If you’re in a situation where you need a house clearance service or any item of old furniture removing to the tip. Do it in a way that keeps your conscience clear and our streets clean. There are specialists household rubbish removal companies registered with the local authority to carry waste. Using an environmentally registered house clearance company will help keep rubbish off our streets.
Choose an ethical and effective method for rubbish and furniture clearance.
Getting rid of unwanted furniture and rubbish continues to be a major problem in UK cities. In this consumeristic age we continue to collect “stuff” and our homes are being overwhelmed with junk. The Covid pandemic as only helped to exacerbate the problem with families being confined to their homes. Receiving a myriad of parcels from online sellers.
The best solutions for getting rid of your rubbish and old furniture.
Only book with a business that is registered to carry waste and will provide a receipt and proof of ethical disposal. Do not book through a Facebook post that offers an unrealistic price. You may find yourself on the wrong end of the law if your rubbish is fly tipped and is traced back to you.
If you’re not sure how to find a registered waste carrier. Any company that agrees to move your waste should have an upper tier waste carriers licence number. This number can be cross referenced on the Environment Agency website. It will give you the registered address and business name of the waste carrier. This will give assurance recycling and disposal of waste will be in a responsible manner. If an unauthorised person removes you’re rubbish, it could possibly be fly tipped. If its traced back to you,
evidence must be provided of who removed it. You are at risk of a criminal record and big fine if you cannot provide information on the waste carrier.
When having a house cleared or rubbish removed it’s important to remove any important documents. For instance old bank statements and council tax letters, these can be used for identity theft if in the wrong hands. Keep what you may need to settle an estate but shred or destroy documents that can be used for nefarious motives.
Not all items need to be disposed of into a generic landfill tip. Some house clearance companies are environmentally friendly and will have a recycling policy. Most general waste can be separated at the tip and disposed into recycling sections. In some cases if furniture is still in good condition, it can be re-homed via donation or charity shops. There are large charities that do house clearances although they can be rather picky and will not take items that need to be tipped.
A final note let's keep the streets of Manchester rubbish free by using the services of an officially registered waste removal company.
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Company :-Nicks Removals Manchester
User :- Nick Willis
Phone :-07944 079878