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Reliable Dartmouth Park N6 Rubbish Removal

If you need someone to remove your rubbish in Dartmouth Park quickly and at reasonable price, Green Waste Clearance is your best bet. We have a lot of experience removing different types of waste. No matter whether you have old furniture, garden waste or cosntruction debris to dispose of, the local clearance teams in N6 can deal with it fast and efficiently.

Here's what we have to offer:

  • Complete service – the teams will handle the loading, transportation and proper waste disposal;
  • Ecologically conscious – the local rubbish disposal operatives in Dartmouth Park make sure that all the refuse goes to the closest recycling centre;
  • Customer service that's available 24/7;
  • Fully vetted and completely insured professionals;
  • No hidden charges;

Household and Green Waste Removal Prices

Space in the van Cubic Yards Time Loading Price*
Min charge 1 10 min £50 - £60
1⁄4 Van 3 15 min £80 - £110
1/2 Van 6 30 min £140 - £160
3/4 Van 9 45 min £190 - £210
Full Van 12 60 min £230 - £250
*The prices are based on the VOLUME and the WEIGHT of the waste for collection.

When a rubbish collection need arises in the N6 area, the waste removal technicians are always there to help. Green Waste Clearance understands that you don't always have the time (or indeed the desire) to do the dirty work, which is why our Dartmouth Park junk collection services are at your disposal. Getting rid of the unwanted junk is our job, so whether it's a large pile of rubbish or unwanted furniture, a team of experts has got you covered. Simply call 020 3404 4878 and we'll hit you with a free quote and schedule the waste clearance appointment.

Refuse Collection Services We Offer in Dartmouth Park

Take a moment to review our great service selection:

Commercial Waste Collection - Businesses generate a lot more rubbish than your average household. Green Waste Clearance is expedient and effective enough to help corporate entities of any size.

Furniture Disposal - Constant use renders most furniture pieces obsolete. We stand ready to take away any and all furniture pieces you find useless.

Building Waste Removal - Renovation works and construction projects are known to leave a trail of rubble and other building waste. Our services in Dartmouth Park are well suited to to help in such occasions.

House Clearance - Any house needs rubbish clearance once in awhile. If the time is ripe for your property to rid itself from the useless stuff, give us a ring straight away.

Rubbish Removal - With the advancement of technology, we tend to buy the new and toss the old. Rubbish removal in Dartmouth Park N6 is very much needed every so often.

Garden Clearance - From lawn mowing to removing shrubs and branches, garden waste tends to accumulate. Ordinary curbside bins do not allow for green waste, hence our esteemed garden clearance service in Dartmouth Park.

How Green Waste Clearance' services in Dartmouth Park work?

Step 1 - Contact us and we will answer every question that you have about the rubbish collection job you need.

Step 2 - Based on the type of rubbish, volume and how much it weights, we’ll calculate an approximate estimate for you.

Step 3 - We will make you an appointment at a time that best suits you. We are available also on weekends and Bank holidays.

Step 4 - The operators will come to your property in Dartmouth Park and evaluate the price for the service, labour, transportation and disposal included.

Step 5 - If you agree with the final price, they will take care of your junk as promised.

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The Hampstead Ponds or Highgate Ponds are three large freshwater swimming ponds — two designated single sex, and one for mixed bathing — fed by the River Fleet in Hampstead Heath, England. They were originally dug in the 17th and 18th centuries as reservoirs. A malarial marsh was drained by the Hampstead Water Company in 1777 to meet London's growing water demand. In 2004, the City of London Corporation, which operates the Heath, tried to close the ponds on the grounds that they were an unsustainable drain on their expenses and posed a health risk to swimmers...

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