White goods are usually domestic appliances that are large and bulky in size which make them difficult to be transported. Used mostly in doing routine chores, white goods would include air conditioner, clothes dryer, washing machine, dishwasher, stove, microwave oven, freezer and fridge.
Electronic goods that are smaller do not qualify as white goods. These include irons, kettles, toasters and vacuum cleaners.
White Goods Removal
One of the best ways to cut your power bill is by getting rid of a second fridge or freezer which you don’t really need that much. While some would prefer having a personal fridge inside their bedroom for an added convenience, simply sticking with the fridge in the kitchen can have a lot of benefits. It’s also a great way to exert a few extra steps towards the kitchen which should be good for the body.
Reuse or Resell
Old appliances such as the fridge are mostly used for keeping drinks or for keeping extra food particularly during special occasions. However, it’s not every day that a special occasion is being celebrated which leaves our appliances unused. As a result, we tend to hoard up on appliances and find it difficult to give them up.
If the fridge is still in good condition, you may opt for the so-called “Fridge Buyback” program which is available in metropolitan Sydney. Not only will you save energy and money, you can also qualify for a rebate. Moreover, it will be beneficial to the environment since it will help a lot in the campaign on keeping the landfills free from white goods rubbish.
White Goods Collection
Our team at 1300Rubbish provides white goods collection services at your preferred pick-up schedule. We can collect white goods such as cookers, microwaves, washing machines, dishwashers, freezers, fridges and other general electrical kitchen appliances. No need to worry about the lifting and the carrying part as we will take care of everything while you continue doing your daily routine. We will even sweep and clean up the area to reveal a bare but useful space that is ready for its next important role – Rubbish Removal Sydney.
White Goods Recycling
Recycling an extra or unwanted domestic appliance should be possible so long as the item is still in good working condition. Most white goods are accepted at second-hand dealer shops or at a center for reusable items. Generally speaking, white goods are disposed following a metal recycling program. Through this method, white goods are shredded with the metal being recovered. There are also some charity offices that accept white goods although they do it with caution by making sure that the items are still working and safe to use.
Contact our office now at 1300Rubbish (1300 78 22 47) for all your white goods disposal needs and concerns. Our friendly and professional customer service team will answer all your queries and even provide you with a non-obligation quote. You can also fill out our online form with your contact details so our team will know how to reach you.