Clearabee: Blogs, Guides & Advertorials

“There are an almost infinite number of magazines, websites and blogs that go into intricate detail about what constitutes the Top 5 greatest television programmes of all time. However, here at Clearabee we like to do things a little differently. So instead of discussing that dysfunctional mafia family or that battle for an uncomfortable throne, we’re going straight into some really rubbish tv programmes, as well as a podcast or radio programme too.

Whether it’s following a typical day in the life of Britain’s refuse collectors, the profitable world behind plastic pollution or delving into the properties of people’s poo, these programmes are a truly eye-opening look into the world of waste. First up… “

To read the rest of my blog on Truly Rubbish TV Programmes for Clearabee, please follow this link.

“Cubic yards, skip permits and level loads: when it comes down to waste removal, hiring a skip needn’t be the exhausting experience that it’s often made out to be. Luckily, with easy-to-understand language and the minimal use of jargon, Skip Hire with Clearabee is as easy as one, two, three.

Whether it’s garden waste, clearing a recently dismantled kitchen or de-littering the loft, hiring a skip is usually the most practical solution to your waste problem. However, physically filling the skip itself should be the most taxing aspect of your clear-out, whilst the booking process should be simple and stress-free by comparison. With that in mind, here’s our guide to Skip Hire to help make it that little bit easier.”

You can find the rest of my Skip Hire guide for Clearabee at this link.

“It is illegal to dispose of hazardous waste with your household rubbish and as a result, it can be tricky to know where to turn. As the UK’s largest ‘Man and Van’ style rubbish clearance company, we can help to point you in the right direction. So, whether it’s car tyres, paint cans or solvents, let’s take a look:


Whether licenced or unlicensed asbestos, most local councils offer an asbestos removal service or will direct you towards the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA) for professional advice. Although you are able to remove asbestos yourself, the list of precautions that need to be taken are lengthy and the hazards are potentially fatal. Most recycling centres will accept amounts of asbestos from local households but you should check locally before making any arrangements.”

To read all about how to remove hazardous waste, then follow this link to my blog for Clearabee.

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