We optimize our productivity, and your cost, by carefully loading our truck to maximize our recycling capabilities
Why should you use Load of Rubbish? In a word—recycling. We’re good at it. It is more than just simple recycling though. Where some junk removal companies collect items and deliver them straight to landfill, Load of Rubbish is different. We do our part to reduce, reuse, and recycle whenever possible and partner with local businesses with the same mindset.
It starts with us. We like to think that Load of Rubbish is your best choice in junk removal. And while it is all well and good to say ‘pick me!’, Load of Rubbish can back up our claim of being one of the best in London in the recycling department. How do we do that? There are several ways.
For starters, Load of Rubbish has a 4,800 sq ft sorting facility. All of the items we collect pass through it. Our staff are integral in this step, as they are the first ones to sort items we collect, but far from the last.
Before items arrive at our facility though, they must get into our trucks. When we arrive on a job site, we load trucks according to where items are going to end up. Items that need sorting get put into the truck first to return to our shop. Articles bound for donation centres go ahead of that, for easier access. Other items which cannot be reused are added strategically, so that we can potentially dispose of them along the way.
For the most part though, most of the items we collect end up back at our warehouse. They go from the truck to designated storage areas in our facility. As many of the items we collect are regular features in junk removal, they have preassigned spaces; for televisions, fridges, tires, batteries, brass, copper, etc. There are always plenty of other random things, including tables, lamps, dinnerware, chairs, books and many knickknacks, but we do what we can to get them back into the stream via donation centres whenever possible. Of course, if we kept it all we would need a far larger storage space, but none of it stays long. So where does it go from us?