O.K. it is now Sunday the 20th February - what is the issue? Well many people ask when talking about clearing their rubbish what do you do with it and why do we have to pay the price you ask to get rid of it.
Firstly let me say nobody has to pay the price I ask, it always remains your choice whether it is over the telephone as an estimate or an actual quote face to face that you have the right to yes please or no thank you.
Do not ever allow anybody to bully you into accepting a quote. A4 Ezy works on trust and honesty with clients, I will give you the best price within my budget to help you clear your rubbish.
The value if you like is in the clearance of goods at a specific time that is arranged by you at your convenience. You do not have to wait if you can rely on the people you ask to do the job. There are exceptions to this rule when you ask the council to clear you could be waiting anywhere between one week to three weeks.
A4 Ezy offers a more flexible service because we are independent of internal hang ups like the council even though we are still governed by endless legislation.
Disposal is a very important part in recycling but it is often constrained by a number of issues. Councils across the country provide some very good facilities but are inconsistent in what they will and will not accept through their gates. Domestic hosehold waste is seperated and a high percentage is re-used with the remainder going to landfill. Nothing is different when it comes to independents like myself I can at times recycle between 40% to 60% of particular loads this can be both econically led as well as environmentally led acheiving a positive.
The downside is that there could be more recycled if facilities were available but sadly in regard to fridges/freezers/tyres/polystyrene/paint the options remain limited.
Cost is important in pricing clearance as it is how many things are disposed of that counts but unfortunately with some it will always be if a flytipper can do it cheaper I have got rid of my rubbish!!!! But beware the government does have an environmental department that does bite back and will fine you if you choose this route.
Be safe and dispose of it properly - if for some reason you cannot do it yourself or get a friend to take it to the local domestic give A4 Ezy a call if you live in the Southampton and surrounding areas.