Who We Are
We are Junk Removal Mechanicsburg and hold a waste carriers license, issued by the Department of the Environment. We have successfully worked in the Mechanicsburg and surrounding area for many years. We have helped different companies, business, and households in getting rid as well as disposing of unwanted junks and items, which are unsightly yet take up our precious space. Our motto is to provide a quick and efficient service, at competitive price. We want to exceed your expectation and get rid of the junk and waste problem, so that you can have your precious property cleaned and tidied up. You can then get on with something which is far more beautiful and interesting, than having to worry about how to deal with the rubbish you have.
UK targets 50% of the rubbish to be recycled in the UK
Percentage of household that was recycled in the UK in 2017/18
Recycling Old Furniture
Old furniture that has served you long but now has come to its end of it's useful life can usually be recycled. This process might involve various materials that were used to make that item, be separated, such as metal and wood. But this surely can be done, and is a far better option than old mattresses and sofas landing up in our landfill.
We will pick-up your unwanted furniture, including sofas, old beds, three piece suites, desks, chairs, tables, and any such items. We will then arrange for them to be disposed of responsibly.
Recycling White Goods
Did you know that white goods such as washing machines, freezers, and fridges can be recycled. In most cases those items maybe refurbished and simply continued to be used. There are many businesses that are looking to recondition white goods such as washing machines, and other.
We will pick-up your old washing machines, freezers, dishwashers and fridges, and dispose of them responsibly. Some might be reconditioned while others will be stripped down so that the individual elements can be recycled.
3 Million fridges disposed of each year
60 million batteries are thrown away each year
Nearly 25% of electrical waste items could be re-used, worth approx £200m a year