Proper disposal of hard rubbish is certainly every household owner’s concern given the fact that it involves adhering to local rules and regulations. While it is true that most cities have their own rubbish disposal guidelines, there are still residents who consider getting rid of their hard rubbish as a daunting and sometimes even frustrating task.
There are now a number of ways to quickly and easily get rid of your lurking hard rubbish without having to worry about the legal implications that it can bring if not done cautiously. Once you learn these “dirty secrets,” you can even consider disposing your hard rubbish as the most rewarding decision that you have ever made.
Identify and sort your hard rubbish.
First, you need to identify the sort of items that can be deemed as hard rubbish. Basically, these are unwanted solid items that require certain disposal methods such as mattresses and white goods (washing machines, fridges, gas stoves and air conditioners). The reason for such requirement is that most of these items are too bulky to be thrown away in the trash bin. They also risk damaging the soil, the air as well as the water. Other items that are considered as hard rubbish include furniture, electronic waste (PCs, smartphones, cameras, smartwatch), bikes and toys, lawn mowers, blinds and other window covers and even some garden waste such as fallen branches.
Calculate the space needed for your hard rubbish.
The next thing you need to do is to find out how much rubbish you are allowed to put out or throw away. You can start by sorting out your rubbish and then come up with a pile that would occupy a space which is usually calculated in cubic meters. This is comparable to a 6×4 trailer that has been filled up to a certain water level. Make sure that the rubbish you are placing outside your home would at least maintain its piling state and that you would only bring it out the night prior to its scheduled collection. Bear in mind that if your rubbish exceeds the allowed calculation of space, such excess will not be collected.
Donate hard rubbish items that may still be useful to others.
If you’re the type who doesn’t like sorting things out and creating a neat pile out of rubbish, you can still get rid of hard rubbish by donating it to some people or even to an organization. Try searching over the internet to learn if there’s any organization that would be willing to accept unwanted items. Doing this method will not only provide help to people, it will also help in keeping the environment free from accumulating trash.
Contact a reputable and professional hard rubbish collection service company.
The best thing about contacting a professional hard rubbish collection service is that you can be assured that your hard rubbish will be collected at the date and time that you want. There’s no need to wait for days, months or even years in getting rid of hard rubbish. It also eliminates the danger of carrying heavy items by yourself which can pose some health hazards both to people and to the environment.
How to arrange Getting Rid of Hard Rubbish
The quickest and easiest way is to call 1300 782 247 and have a chat to a friendly operator about your situation. They can quickly give you an idea of cost and timing and if it suits you, you can arrange for a pickup at your convenience. The truck will call you on approach and they will even sweep up afterwards – leaving your hard rubbish collection a distant memory and your house clean and uncluttered. Call 1300 782 247 for a fast, easy quote or use the online form.
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