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Rubbish Go Away is not just a reliable service partner when it comes to dealing with residential and commercial waste, but also a source of advice and information on how to reduce waste in everyday life and how to deal with it more efficiently and affordably. The blog and advice section of our official company website is a hub of discussion and opens up the door to a wide range of issues and topics concerning the professional waste management industry regionally and internationally. From basic advice on how to reuse and reduce, recycle and up-cycle to in depth analysis and research into waste reduction and management. In the blog section of our website readers can also keep up to date with recent changes to waste removal and disposal regulations in their city or region. Our dedicated contributors are always on the prowl for new topics and pressing issues which need to be brought to people’s attention. The page is regularly updated with new content so readers are up to speed with relevant current affairs and news, as well as the latest and greatest in waste management. We welcome readers’ feedback and opinion so don’t be shy and drop us an email.


Being happy at home – it is possible

18th May 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Getting back from the office after a tough day at work can be rather unpleasant. If you have been working all day, and then had to suffer through the painful commute back home, the only thing that you are likely to want is to sit back and relax. Sometimes however people cannot enjoy themselves when they are at their house. Being happy and comfortable in your own house is crucial and if you want to be always able to enjoy that, there are several things that you can do. continue reading

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Making Your House A More Sustainable Endeavour

3rd May 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Living in a sustainable way makes a lot of sense for a variety of reasons. We are in an age and time when it is of utmost importance to preserve the environment which is why an eco-friendly practice being implemented at your house is never a bad idea. But the whole thing has an entirely different angle too – the more sustainable your home is, the lower your bills are. Now we’ve got your attention, right? continue reading


Living with a Hoarder – What Should You Do

17th April 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Having to share one home with a compulsive hoarder is always extremely difficult as such a condition poses risks on everything from the relationships within the household to the health of everyone living in the house. If you are living with a hoarder, you need to understand that this is not just a period that will magically go away on its own. Hoarders rarely have an idea that their pattern of behaviour is out of the ordinary. That is why they need your help. continue reading

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A Few Tips of Recycling Your Rubbish

2nd April 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Our household is usually surrounded by objects we don’t even realise can be recycled. People typically associate recycling with paper but there are many more opportunities to re-use things as long as we dispose of them properly. There is one more aspect, however, we need more companies willing to recycle things of all sorts so that our planet can be greener and become a safer place to live in. That last thing is part of the big picture and right now we should start by looking at how we can help with our own actions when it comes to garbage removal. continue reading

Spring Cleaning Techniques

Five Ideas To Help you optimize your Spring Cleaning

18th March 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

That time of the year has already come when you need to start thinking about putting aside your next free weekend to carry out a spring cleaning at your home. People tend to accumulate quite a bit of junk on their properties during the winter months, because – let’s face it – who thinks about de-cluttering when it is so cold outside. From regular domestic waste to unnecessary junk such as old clothes, bags of newspapers etc. – all those things make your house much less comfortable than it can be. So, a spring cleaning can be very beneficial. continue reading

When storing items gets out of hand

6th March 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

People get easily attached to their belongings. The reasons for this are many but one is definitely related to the fact that money has been spent and that the item in question simply must be useful in a way. This leads us to putting away things in our attics or basements and just letting them stay there. We pile things on top of things thinking that everything is fine and well-organised and that whenever we wish to utilise the item in question, we will be able to find it easily. What a bunch of nonsense this is. There always comes a point at which we simply hate our lives for not putting things in order earlier. continue reading

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How to manage your home waste

20th February 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

You can easily deal with the clutter and rubbish that your household produced by organising your garbage collection and recycling routine. If you have never done that before, have no worries and keep reading because we have some very helpful tips for you. continue reading

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Why reuse construction materials

7th February 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

Did you know that you can recycle construction materials instead of throwing then away? Researches show that builder’s rubbish amounts for a large portion of the generated garbage in the United Kingdom. This means that the more construction materials are being reused the greater financial gains you will benefit from and vice versa. So, if the idea of recycling builder’s waste sounds appealing to you, keep reading because we will give some pointers on how you can reuse such materials. continue reading


The Cleanest Boroughs of London

23rd January 2017   /    Advice and News   /    no comments

London is a huge city with millions of people living and working in it. Despite the fact that the capital has the highest percentage of open green spaces within its territory in comparison with any other big city in Europe, pollution is among the most serious problems that local councils and residents of the metropolitan area face. So, the question “which are the cleanest boroughs in London” is actually pretty relevant? So, here they are. continue reading

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