You may have had the builders in, they've cleared and taken most of the building rubble with them but you're left with broken bricks, plasterboard, metal and wood, the task of getting rid of it is down to you. Or maybe you've done a spot of DIY and have half empty pots of paint, tins of decking oil, bags of decorating material and furniture you no longer want.
Getting rid of this type of waste can be complicated and a bit of a headache. You can't just dispose of builders rubble in your general household waste, your local authority won't accept it.
You may want to try recycling it by advertising it for others to collect but this could take some time. You could of course take the rubbish to your local recycling centre yourself, this again would take time, effort and a vehicle to transport it there. Not all recycling centres accept every kind of building waste material, so you may not be able to get rid of it all.
The other option could be to hire a skip which can be quite expensive and you must be willing and able to load heavy and awkward items into it yourself. Again not all builders rubbish can be 'skipped' and requires some sorting.
GES Waste has the solution. We recycle and repurpose as much of your building waste as we can, building material that can't be reused is disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way. However much building rubble you have we can clear it away without a fuss, leaving you with a clear space and at a competitive rate.