Different Ways to Get Rid of Your Recycling and Rubbish

Getting rid of your rubbish can be difficult and with all the next recycling laws coming into place it can be very difficult to know what rubbish can go where. I've written this article to give you a few different options in regards to getting rid of your rubbish or household waste. I hope you find this informative and useful. Don't forget that there will be lots of government websites with information on recycling and waste so if you're still confused visit them.


It's shocking but around eighty percent of household waste can be recycled in some way, which is pretty incredible really. Try to spend the time getting rid of your rubbish in the best way. Don't forget that there is only so much room in landfills and eventually we'll have no space to use. Nearly all counties if not all now have a recycling scheme were the council will collect your recycling one every two weeks so make sure you do your best to put out all your cardboard, paper, plastic, glass and tin materials. This will then be sent to a recycling depot and sorted out.


Along with that if you've got a large-scale project on your hands sorting out a skip can be good too. You'll pay a fee for the skip to be emptied so you can have the skip for as long as you need it. Your local council will tell you of skip hire companies or you can type in something such as 'skip hire' into your search engine and see what comes up. In your bin you can through away rubble, wood, metal, household rubbish and anything similar. You can't throw out chemicals, batteries or anything, which is poisonous. It will then be collected and they'll sort through it all and recycle what they can.


Don't forget that reusing an object is recycling so advertise it or give it to someone less fortunate. By reusing it, it isn't going into a landfill and eventually fewer things will be manufactured, as there is less demand. You may even be able to make some money out of it but if not you're still helping the environment.


In London, there's no set rule for these permits - each borough has their particular pair of rules. Some councils like Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and Islington insist that the consumer must organise the permit. Others demand that the skip company has to set up it. The reason being it may also be necessary for the home owner to outline fully where the skip will undoubtedly be positioned. Some councils like Wandsworth charge up to £107 for a permit, others like Ealing cost £20. Some permits last seven days, others last three months. The variance is incomprehensible, but something is certain, they're STRICTLY NECESSARY. Without one, both the skip hire company and the consumer could face fines running into thousands of pounds.


Needless to say you can find other charges, such as the infamous congestion charge. If you'll need a skip in the next postcodes, W1, W2, W8, W10, W11, W14, WC1, WC2, SW1, SW3, SW5, SW7, SW10, EC1, EC2, EC3 or EC4, you are required to pay congestion zone charges. This charge is £8 every day the skip wagon enters the zone. When you want the skip delivered on Monday and picked up Thursday it will surely cost £16. If the skip is going to be delivered and collected on the Monday, it will simply be £8.


To help keep the cost of skip hire London down seriously to the very least, Topskips will offer is just a 'wait and load' service. This really is where the skip hire tadley wagon arrives at your website with an empty skip and waits for 30-45 minutes as you load your entire waste directly into it. This eliminates the cost of a permit and keeps the congestion charge (if you live in the zone) to the £8 minimum. Additionally it prevents the old and extremely irritating problem of your neighbors utilizing your skip to get rid of their waste!