There are 4 Barnsley recycling centres. This guide shows the waste each accepts, where to find them and how to get in touch. As well as alternatives.
Last week we touched on the occasionally sensitive aspect of our job; something that perhaps isn’t always associated with waste removal. When carrying out office removals we quite often have to dispose of confidential files and documents. Then, when performing house clearances there are times when a level of compassion needs to be upheld. In the case of a bereavement, whereby individuals require a property clearing after the passing of a loved one, this is especially important.
Bereavement is always a tough time for a family, and then with added stresses of having to arrange a multitude of services, it is appreciated when we do our job with as little fuss as possible. We always maintain a professional attitude and work hard to move quickly and effectively to help the bereaved as much as we can.
Seeing possessions go out the door can be upsetting too. As we’ve mentioned in previous blog posts, we try to recycle items where we can but can accommodate most requests for methods of disposal.
Complying with Regulations
We work alongside estate agents to make sure that we only remove the things we’re supposed to. Likewise with solicitors, as often there are items that cannot be removed from the property for legal reasons. While our priority is to comply with regulations, another of our main aims is to ensure we are respectful to both people and properties involved.
Here, we have listed all the charity shops in Barnsley. As well as contact details, where to find them and alternative ways to recycle your items.
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