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Rubbish Removal in New Kent Road SE1

Green Waste Clearance offers waste collection services in New Kent Road SE1 to commercial and domestic clients. The teams collecting rubbish are located in key points around New Kent Road and we are ready to provide the rubbish removal service you need in a timely fashion.

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 New Kent Road 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;

Why Green Waste Clearance?

Handling large quantities of waste can be a cumbersome task, one that people should not be bothered to complete. Instead, our company offer a complete rubbish collection New Kent Road in exchange for a fairly modest amount of money. Imagine you can simply have a cold one and put your feet up while trained waste collectors load all the items and leave without a trace.

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.

What jobs do we cover in New Kent Road?

The waste clearance operatives we work with in New Kent Road are experienced and proficient enough to handle any sort of challenge you have to throw at them. Whether you need to get rid of a large wardrobe or a collection of heavy items, they are locked, loaded, and ready for action.

House Clearance – sometimes the most drastic measure is the best one when it comes to household waste removal. In those cases, you know who to call. The local team in New Kent Road will dispose of your refuse in the blink of an eye.

Garden Clearance – it's nice to have a good-looking garden, though it's never fun to handle the garden clearance. Fear not, because you no longer have to. That's what the professionals are there to do.

Furniture Removal – no matter how great a piece of furniture is, sooner or later it falls victim to time and has to be replaced. However, this is not always easy. The experts will gladly remove your furniture without a hassle.

Commercial Waste Collection – in some cases you need to remove rubbish from your home, in others – from your business in SE1. In both cases you can count on us to do it for you in a professional and eco-friendly manner.

Building Waste Removal – great projects usually end with a lot of building waste and debris and someone needs to get rid of it. This just happens to be one of the Green Waste Clearance's specialties.

FAQs

1. How many technicians do you normally send?

In order to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as humanly possible, we send a team of two technicians. They will quickly load everything up and drive away allowing you to go about your day.

2. What are your working hours?

Our office works 24/7 for your convenience. Regardless what time of the day/night you choose to get in touch, there will be someone to speak to. Normally, the rubbish collection teams in New Kent Road operate from early morning until late afternoon, however if need be, we can arrive outside of those standard timeframes. Appointment during odd hours (such as after 6 pm) may incur extra charge.

3. What happens to the rubbish you collect?

If we can find a way to reuse collected items, we certainly do. In all other cases, we’d drive the rubbish to your recycling centre in New Kent Road SE1.

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