Rubbish Removal South Kensington

Help with rubbish removal in the South Kensington area

Knowing what to do with your garden waste, DIY rubbish or unwanted furniture can be a headache. It can seem like every option comes with its own set of problems and costly outgoings, but it doesn’t always have to be that way.

For when you are wondering what you can do with your excess rubbish after a clear out or large renovation project, there is RecycleZone. Our professional team can quickly dispose of your waste in an eco-friendly manner.

We haven’t had a request we haven’t been able to help with yet, so get in touch and see how we will be able to support you.

How RecycleZone will be able to assist with waste clearance

It is a bold statement to make, but we are comfortable in saying that whatever waste you have, RecycleZone will be able to help you. Whether you have found that you have a lot more clutter than you first realised during a spring clean or are doing some redecorating, there is service to benefit you.

Here are some items we will be able to take away:

  • Electrical goods such as computers or televisions
  • White goods like fridges and freezers
  • Household accessories
  • Bulky furniture like wardrobes, bed frames and tables 
  • Garden and DIY waste

As opposed to some other waste collection services, we offer a no-strings-attached quote that is as transparent as possible. We will be able to outline exactly what you are paying for, such as labour costs, equipment and any disposal fees we encounter.

Our recycling pledge means that we will always look for the eco-friendliest methods of disposing of your waste, keeping in mind the impact on the local environment. So far, we have been able to recycle 90% of items we have collected.

To learn more about the services we provide, general enquiries or to book a collection, please contact us.

Professional office clearing in South Kensington

Are you planning a big office move, or are you simply looking to declutter your area? It is always helpful to seek professional assistance in order to move around large furniture such as office chairs, conference tables and desks. 

When getting rid of electrical items such as computers and printers, you may be confused on how to best dispose of them. There are a number of regulations surrounding the clearance of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) so this can bring about some problems during corporate clearing. 

RecycleZone will be able to help by taking this pressure off your shoulders. By hiring our experienced and knowledgeable team, you won’t need to worry about incurring any fees or fines by not following the disposal rules of WEEE. 

We will be able to do all of the heavy lifting as well, allowing you to concentrate on more important matters. 

If you just want to free up some space in your office area, we have put together some top tips to declutter your office.

Garden and DIY rubbish removal

Whether you have decided to do a spring clean and tidy up your garden, or are taking on a large-scale renovation project, RecycleZone is here to help get rid of the rubbish. 

It may come as a surprise just how much waste can accumulate from outdoor and indoor DIY projects. Rubbish like plants, rubble, flooring, turf, soil and old wallpaper can build up until there are piles of out all around your home. 

Deciding what to do with this can cause a headache, do you make countless trips to your local recycling centre or let the rubbish build up in between your bin collection days? Neither of these options seem to be optimal and can out your DIY plans on hold. 

Through hiring a professional team to take away this waste, you are saving yourself any hassle. You can choose the day and time we come, just point us to the things you want gone and we will do the rest. Our specialist equipment will mean that these piles of rubbish will be gone in no time.

Other options for waste removal

Government collection

Kensington council offer a service that collects your waste twice a week. You can find out which days they come by searching your street name. Here are some tips to make sure this service is able to operate smoothly:

  • Put all waste out by 7am on your collection day (make sure you don’t put it out the day before as this could result in a fine).
  • Find a place close to the kerb but not causing an obstruction.
  • Flatten cardboard boxes, put waste in a strong bag and wrap glass in newspaper.

They also have another service, called ‘Too Big For The Bin’, specially for items that don’t fit into your bin. Here they can collect bulky furniture, white goods and mattresses.

Local recycling centres

You local recycling centres on Smugglers Way and Cringle Street are there to help with all manner of rubbish clearance. You can take household and garden waste, as well as DIY rubbish. 

Just make sure you take a valid form of photo ID (passport or UK driving license) and a proof of address (council tax or recent bill).

Donate to charity

If you are having a clear out and find yourself getting rid of items that are still in good condition, why not consider taking them to your local charity shop? They make a lot of their profits through selling people’s second-hand household goods which they can then put to good use.

Just a few of your local charity shops are:

  • Oxfam – They are always happy to accept donations of clothing, books and CDs.  
  • Octavia Foundation – This charity loves clothing, jewellery, glass and kitchenware, accessories and shoes of good quality. 
  • Royal Trinity Hospice – This shop on Kensington Church Street accepts donations of clothing, homeware and accessories.

Some charity shops will accept different things from others, so it is always a good idea to give them a call beforehand to see whether they are in need of your specific items.