ETS Waste Rubbish Removal

What makes ETS Waste better than the Eastbourne Tip?

The Eastbourne Household Waste Recycling Site, aka Eastbourne Tip, is located at St. Philips Avenue in Eastbourne. It used to be completely free to use, however in recent years charges have started to be made for certain items. You can fill up your car and take your waste there yourself. Simply queue up, wait your turn and eventually you will be able to unload your rubbish into the correct skip.

Save your time (and your car!) and let us clear the waste for you!

Here at ETS Waste we do the hard work for you. Just show us where the waste is and we’ll clear and dispose of it for you. No hassle, and no wasted time or energy on your part. We provide quick, easy and professional house clearance and rubbish removal services throughout Eastbourne and most of East Sussex.

Save yourself multiple trips in the car, breaking your back lifting and carrying furniture or other items, and get in touch with us for a quote. We will take all the pain and stress out of the job, completing it for you with minimal fuss and disruption. All at a very reasonable price.

We are fully licensed Waste Carriers, registered with the Environment Agency. Our licence number is CBDU172119. You can rest assured your waste will be dealt with legally and responsibly. As traders, we can’t use the Eastbourne Tip, so we dispose of all the waste we collect at licensed commercial waste transfer stations. At these facilities, waste is separated and goes for recycling.

Any non-recyclable waste is used as an energy resource in ‘waste-to energy’ projects, minimising the need to use fossil fuels in energy production. This helps us in our goal of sending zero waste to landfill.

In conclusion, there is certainly an important place in the community for sites such as the Eastbourne Tip. However, if you want your waste cleared quickly, easily and professionally, ETS Waste are the perfect choice.

Please fill in our quote form for a quick, free estimate.

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