Auckland rubbish removal dump in west Auckland did you know that you can take certain items to your local rubbish dump and not be charged for it many things people may think is rubbish or waste
Auckland rubbish dumos can make hard cash from your recycled rubbish.
old washing machines fridges.microwaves old irons chairs lamps car parts ect these get recycled through metal recyclers throughout Auckland from the rubbish tip.
Books, cardboard,paper,newspapers. these get recycle and reused again through companies like paper reclaim
evan certain furniture which may be sold on the odd occasion sometimes can be taken off your hands with out having to pay a fee to dump it.
bear bottles, wine bottles ect
so here’s a little tip from Auckland rubbish removal service if you have rubbish that needs to be taken to the rubbish dump using your car, trailer or truck
this is what you do to save some extra cash.
1 When you enter the rubbish tip you will first drive on to a weigh bridge tell the person at the window that you wish to drop off your recycles first you will then be directed to an area to off load your metal cardboard or bottles ect.
2 Once you have done this you will be directed on to an exiting weigh bridge and you will be given a docket telling you how much your recyclables weighed for your records only which will have a no charge on it
3 you then drive back around on to the first weigh bridge to get weighed in again to drop off your rubbish and when exiting the transfer station you pay only for the rubbish tipped.
There have been so many times that we have seen people mixing their rubbish with recycles and paying hard earn dollars in tip fees separating the rubbish from recyclables at the time of loading may take only a matter of minutes in these hard economical times that money could be spent on other things
We have heard of Auckland rubbish removal companies saving thousands of dollars doing this and there no reason why Auckland residents cant make a saving when they visit the rubbish dump.
Henderson transfer station in Auckland where we have conducted our survey are doing a excellent job trying to inform customers.