At All Your Junk Ltd. we try, at all costs, not to let anything end up in landfill. We want everything to either be recycled or reused. In the past, most furniture landed in landfill. Not anymore.
What happens to the furniture that we clear?
- Furniture made of metal always gets recycled and will come back as something else. ie. your next car door or a coke can etc…
- Furniture made of wood is currently getting sent to electrical power stations and being burned to fuel the fires as opposed to landing in a hole in the ground.
- Furniture made of fabric also ends up in furnaces and fuels the fires that heat water to produce steam, ultimately creating electricity.
- All furniture made of glass, plastic and composite materials also end up getting recycled.
We like to try to give some of the furniture we collect to charities where possible. Reusing is always going to be the most eco-friendly method of recycling furniture.
We clear and recycle all types of furniture, whether it be home or office. We will clear anything from anywhere on your property.
Furniture clearances include:
Desks, Chairs, Tables, Filing cabinets, Small cabinets, Large cabinets, Reception furniture, Kitchen goods.
We will take all furniture imaginable!
Just wanted to say thank you to the team that came out today. they did a fantastic job, quick and efficient. Please extend my thanks to them for me. a couple of great blokes... Dani
What a splendid service you provide. Your guys turned up exactly on time and, after a quick assessment, carried out the very dirty job of clearing my loft... Chris Emmet
Hope you can fit us in - understand you did a great job for our friend (Paul Davies) helping clear rubbish off an island... Diana
Thanks for making our job much easier. Quick and always willing to help... Drew, Kensington Design and Construction
Thanks for doing such a fantastic job - quick, on time, reasonable price, friendly and best of all at a time which suited me... Lauren Smith
Just a quick note to say the boys did a great job yesterday. Very efficient... David Pudney