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AnyJunk

Country United Kingdom

About the Business

AnyJunk is a fast, easy & green alternative to skip hire. We remove all sorts of rubbish and junk. Services include house clearance, office clearance, garden waste removal & bulky waste collection. Our bulky waste collection service is easy - we typically respond within 48 hours of your call and often on the same day. Best of all, we dispose of it responsibly, diverting an average of 79% from landfill of everything we clear.

Business Specialization

Skip Hire - AnyJunk is a fast, easy & green alternative to skip hire

House Clearance - de-clutter your house with our house clearance service

Skip Hire Bristol - a fantastic alternative to skip hire in Bristol

Waste Transfer Note - helpful advice about waste transfer notes in the UK

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Clearing out your House for New Year

It’s that time of year again, when you feel obliged to promise to give up that bad habit of yours, or to start going to those yoga classes. The New Year is a time for fresh starts, and there’s no better way of kicking all this off than with a good clear-out of the house. It’s time to throw out the Christmas tree, and finally get rid of all that rubbish that’s been sitting in the garage for 14 years. Here are some useful facts and suggestions to help make that...

How to Dispose of Tyres

When you need to get rid of some old or spare tyres, there are a few things to consider. It’s a criminal offence not to dispose of tyres properly, so it’s well worth doing a bit of homework before getting rid of them.   Not all councils will allow tyres to be taken to the tip, and those that do will often charge a nominal fee of around £3 per tyre. You will need to contact your local council in order to check what their policy is. They’ll also be able to point you...

How to get rid of Fence Panels

If you’re doing some landscaping, or just clearing out all that rubbish in the garden shed, then you’ll need to know the best way to dispose of your fence panels.   1. Your first option is to take the panelling to your local tip. There’ll always be a section for green waste – wood, leaves, and so on, but they might not take fencing that has been treated with paint or varnish. It’s best to check this with your local council before making the trip....

Advice on hiring a man with a van

Hiring a man and van is not as simple as you might think. A fully comprehensive guide to the best practice for this is on the man and van guide on our main website. But we will cover the main points to remember and what to look out for when hiring a man and van on this post. Q: How do I hire a man and van operator? A: Word of mouth is always a good start but if no one can recommend one then Google is the place to go. www.anyvan.com also provides a useful service depending on what you need the...

How much does a man and van cost?

The cost of a man and van depends on the reason you need a man and van in the first place. If it simply for transportation or delivery of something then the majority of companies will charge per hour and some may charge a bit extra for very long distances. It is advisable to clarify whether the meter starts running from when they leave their depot to come to your property or they begin the meter when they arrive at your property. It is better to pay for them for the latter so you can...

Submitted by AnyJunk on Apr 19, 2011