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We can remove any waste electrical items as long as they are difficult to handle or bulky. This means all white goods as well as heavy items like a sewing machine or bulky items such as a large vacuum cleaner. If the WEEE item can be easily moved, we ask you take it to a local bring back or Household Waste Recycling Centre.

Please note the waste must be outside and accessible to our collection team.

Cooling appliances

Refrigerators, freezers, water coolers, air conditioner appliances.

Fluorescent & Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Straight fluorescent lamps, compact fluorescent lamps, high intensity discharge lamps.

Large household appliances

Washing machines, clothes dryers, dish washing machines, large cooking appliances, large electric stoves, large electric heaters and radiators, large electric fans and exhaust ventilation equipment.

Display equipment

Cathode ray tube, plasma & LCD televisions, screens and computer monitors.

How we collect

Once you book in the collection, we'll confirm the day of removal. We usually be able to collect the waste within 5 working days, often much faster. Please remember the waste must be outside and accessible on the day of collection. We've got some FAQs below if you have any more questions, or feel free to contact us.
Waste must be outside on the day of collection.


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Violet Henry posted a reply #4792 11 Sep 2019 11:07
Good Morning

I do have a standing Freezer which I would wish to be removed. It has been placed at the front of the house. 3 Oakwood View N14 6QJ

Please advise
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PGC Webmaster posted a reply #4793 11 Sep 2019 14:58

Violet Henry wrote: Good Morning

I do have a standing Freezer which I would wish to be removed. It has been placed at the front of the house. 3 Oakwood View N14 6QJ

Please advise

You need to book via the Clearabee website or phone 0330 088 1085.

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