White Goods Removal Sydney – Affordable White Goods Collection Service
White goods are large home appliances that are not easily transportable, which separates them from appliances like toasters and mixers. White goods are generally disposed of through collection in metal recycling programs, where they are shredded and their metal is recovered. Some charities may accept white goods for recycling but many can’t as there is a significant cost in ensuring they are functioning and safe.
Heaps Cheap Rubbish Removal Offers Affordable White Goods Removal Sydney
The removal and disposal of white goods can be a real problem, especially if you try to do it yourself. The removal process involves hard work, and even more harder if you need to transport these goods. You have to find the right place to dispose of the goods, and you may also have to pay a fee at council operated facilities. Depending on the condition of the product, it may be accepted by a second-hand dealer or at a reuse centre.
We remove all types of white goods throughout Sydney including:
- Washing Machines
- Home Appliances
- Clothes Dryers
- Air Conditioners
We Remove Residential Or Commercial White Goods In Sydney
Heaps Cheap Rubbish Removal will collect all your white goods from your house and carefully disposed of at approved waste recycling centers, ensuring waste is disposed of safely. All you need to do is call us and arrange a time that is convenient for you for pickup.
We also collect white goods for business or commercial units. If you’re a repair service, a white goods store, or simply want to remove old white goods from your business premises, call us. We will collect no matter what condition it is in. If it needs to be removed, we will happily collect it for you!
For a quick quote on white goods removals in the Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Sutherland Shire, North Sydney – or in any area of Sydney – give us a call on 0406 974 223 today!
Can I leave my refrigerator on the kerb?
Dumping your white goods outside on the sidewalk is considered illegal dumping according to EPA, and will place you at the hands of the local authorities. Dumping waste on the kerb is unlawful and leaving your unused white goods on the sidewalk may lead to fines.
Can Heaps Cheap Rubbish Removal collect my white goods now?
Yes. Heaps Cheap Rubbish Removal services are simply unmatched in all fronts. Our Junk collection services are always open 24/7. Whether you want us to remove unwanted white goods in the morning, or late in the night, we are at your service.
White Goods Removal Sydney - How much does it cost?
Heaps Cheap Rubbish Removal can be very affordable. Depending on the volume that your old appliances take up in our trucks, the cost of disposing of your white goods will vary. We always give discounts for our locals in Sydney. Contact us today for a free rubbish collection quote.
What type of white goods do you collect?
We collect any types of white goods. White goods refer to large household appliances that can be difficult to move. They include refrigerators, washing machines, freezers, water heaters, cookers, tumble dryers, microwaves, televisions and many more.
Why recycle white goods?
White goods contain significant amounts of metal, plastic and other non-renewable material that can easily be recycled and other components that may be of value. Recycling these materials will keep them in the economy. It also helps to prevent toxic substances such as flame-retardants from entering the environment.
What is illegal dumping? Does it include white goods?
Illegal dumping according to Environmental Protection Authority is the disposal of waste larger than litter in water or on land without the correct approvals.
Can white goods be thrown into a skip?
You cannot put hazardous or harmful items into a skip. Aside from that, white goods are bulky and will take up a large part of the skip. It is better to take white goods to a recycling facility near you.
Can I get rid of white goods for free?
Most retailers will collect your unwanted white goods when they deliver your new items like TVs, fridges and freezers. Alternatively, you can take them to a nearest household recycling centre or check to see if your council offers a household recycling collection for bulky white goods.