No matter if it’s your home, garden or workplace, embarking on a rubbish removal exercise and getting rid of the unwanted can be a cleansing and liberating experience. However, it can also get messy and complicated if the right rubbish removal preparations aren’t put into place.
Like with any clean-up project, having a clear ‘before and after’ plan is essential to a streamlined rubbish removal process. Most people know what they want removed, but there are actually other factors to consider when sorting trash from treasure.
Here are top 3 ways to prepare for a rubbish removal so you can spend less time worrying about your rubbish and more time enjoying your cleared space.
Place your rubbish into groups
When sorting through your rubbish, it’s best to place your rubbish into specific groups. This makes it easier when it comes to disposing of your rubbish. If your rubbish removal process is eco friendly and looks at recycling or donating items, placing you rubbish into key categories will make this process seamless.
For example, if you’re cleaning out your home, you might place your rubbish into groups of kitchen appliances, clothes and furniture. When it comes time to removing your rubbish, it will be easy to see which items can be re-used or recycled.
When getting rid of your mess, it’s best not to create another mess for the environment. Ensuring your rubbish removal process is environmentally friendly can be as simple as grouping your rubbish into categories that make the disposal of your rubbish an eco job.
Factor in time
It’s nice to want to remove all your rubbish all at once, but most of the time, it’s easy to underestimate how much rubbish we have accumulated and how long it will take to sort through.
When we start the process of sorting through what needs to be disposed of, it’s easy to uncover more items to get rid of than what was previously thought. Therefore, take a realistic look at how much time you have versus how long it will take to sort through what needs to be removed.
For a time efficient rubbish removal process, start with the large items and work your way to sorting out the smaller items. For example, if you’re doing an office clean-up, start with the removal of large furniture. These items take up the most space and are also the easiest and fastest to sort. When you concentrate on large items first, you will get rid of initial unwanted items fast, freeing up time and space for you to then sort out smaller items. Once chairs, tables, couches and shelves are removed, start on smaller appliances such as old fax machines or computers, with stationary items being the last to sort out.
Pre-arrange for a rubbish removal service
It’s a common occurrence for rubbish to sit in front of a door in a corner or hidden in a cupboard for months on end after the initial clean-up. The clean-up is where most of your concentration, organisation and focus will fall. When the sorting through process is complete, most people forget that they now have to get rid of the rubbish.
It’s not as easy as just “chucking it in the bin”. Factors such as the size of the items, recycling options and donations are just some of the issues that can be faced post clean-up.
Time is one of the biggest factors that prevent people from removing the rubbish and having it gone for good. Driving to a good will bin or sorting through different recycling materials is probably the last thing most individuals want to do after they have just spent time and effort picking out what needs to be disposed of.
Book a rubbish removal service that has same day removal that can take care of the end-to-end rubbish removal process. Ensure they come to you, pick it up and dispose of it in an environmentally friendly manner.
Overall, a clean-up, whether it be in the home or at work isn’t the easiest of jobs. It can take a lot of time, resources and effort. Make your clean-up that little bit more stress free by ensuring that you place your rubbish into easy to dispose of groups. Factor in how long a job will take you, get rid of larger items first and don’t forget to have a rubbish removal service on stand-by when it’s time to dispose of what you no longer need.