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Hiring a tradesman for white goods recycling or disposal
It is important to recycle or dispose of white goods responsibly. Finding a tradesman for this can be long and tedious, but Plentific can make the process much simpler. Plentific’s website offers a service that can quickly generate a bespoke list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the services and skills required for your job. You will also get quick access to customer reviews and ratings to help you compare these tradesmen and choose the best hire for you.
What do you need to know about white goods recycling or disposal?
Recycling or disposing of white goods is actually rather simple. If your appliance is in a decent condition then there are several charities that will happily take it free of charge. Your local council may also offer such a service, as do websites like Freecycle. If you are unable to get rid of your white goods this way, you can expect to have to pay around £40 per item for a tradesman to come and remove them. Certain tradesmen will have limits on the amounts that they can take, so make sure you discuss exactly what items you have when seeking a quote. To facilitate this it helps a lot to take the dimensions of your items first.