Recycle Zone are here to help you out if you’ve found you have a bit too much waste to fit in your bins. We can also handle the collection of white and electrical goods, large pieces of furniture, clothing or footwear and other homeware items. We specialise in offering the highest quality waste removal services, whether it be domestic, office or commercial waste. Or, if you’re looking for waste collection outside of Camden, we have teams all over the UK to help you wherever you need it. Our Camden waste collection services are some of the best you will find in the area.
How does Recycle Zone work?
Organising a visit from us couldn’t be easier. We strive to offer as transparent a service as possible and so have broken down the process into four easy steps:
- Contact us to get a waste clearance quote (no strings attached!)
- Arrange a visit through our online portal
- Relax, we’ll be on our way
- Have peace of mind that we will take care of your waste and recycle as much as possible
Don’t worry, you don’t need to do any of the heavy lifting, our highly trained and experienced team will take and load all of your items.
The price is based on the weight of your rubbish and also takes into account labour of loading, transport and any disposal or recycling fees. For your average domestic waste, the price can be between £60-£150, but call us to get a more exact quote.
We can remove all item, including electrical goods and garden waste.
We can help dispose of even the most difficult of materials. We are known for solving even the most challenging of waste management projects. Hazardous materials, builders waste or larger amounts of household rubbish are things that we specialise in.
For example, you may have an old computer you’d like to get rid of, or a laptop that stopped working months ago. You’re not alone. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is one of the fastest growing streams of rubbish with the growth of the technology sector and accessibility of different electrical items.
To make it simple, any appliance that has a plug or battery can be classified as WEEE, but some further examples are:
- Electrical tools
- Washing machines, cookers and dishwashers
- Smoke detectors, fire alarms and thermostats
- Kettles, toasters and irons
- Toys, leisure and sports equipment
- Wall lights, freestanding lamps and strings of fairy lights
- Laptops, televisions, PCs, printers and telephones
The disposal of this type of waste is heavily regulated and so can make it more difficult to remove. Businesses can accrue substantial fines if the right measures have not been taken and so it is very important to find the right professional to take care of this rubbish.
Luckily, we at RecycleZone are specialists at disposing of WEEE goods. We are here to offer you advice on the potentially hazardous effects of disposing of these items without following the correct procedures and how to correctly store them.
Another example of how we can help is with our garden waste collection services. If you’re renovating your garden and have built up a pile of bags filled with grass, plants, bushes and other waste, you may be wondering how to deal with it all. We offer a speedy service that can be organised within a few minutes. We can operate throughout the week and even on weekends, offering the flexibility needed to fit around your schedule.
Smaller Amount of Rubbish? See Your Other Options Below.
Local Government Services
Many times, your local government will be able to help you dispose of a range of goods. The bin collection service happens weekly (find out when your collection day is here) but when your waste exceeds this, they can be on-hand to help take this away. As well as this, they can often collect items that are too bulky to fit into your bin like beds, fridges and freezers, garden waste or sofas.
Simply call them detail what you need collecting, what time would be best suited to you and the address the goods are at. Simply transfer your goods to street level, outside your house, and they will be able to take it away.
If you’re a Camden resident, receive the maximum council tax reduction or are aged 65 and over, you’re entitled to two free collections every year. Head over to the government page to find more details on this.
There is a recycling centre open on Regis Road where you can go by car, bike or foot to dispose of items you don’t want to fill up your bins. Simply take along proof of residency and identification on the day.
There’s also the option of charity removal of some goods. If your items are of saleable quality, then you will be able to donate to a charity of your choice – many do home collection and accept a wide range of items.
You can book a free collection from the British Heart Foundation and they will take care of your clothes, electrical goods, homeware items and furniture. They have a long list of items you can donate, so the chances are they will be able to help you.
Another charity that can help with waste disposal in Camden is Sue Ryder. Their collection service is also free and can deal with large items such as tables, wardrobes, sofas, some electrical items and beds. They cannot take white goods so it is a good idea to check here to see what they don’t accept.