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Why book cardboard disposal through Airtasker?
Got a bunch of cardboard lying around that would never in a million years fit into your recycling bin? Clear your space all at once and book a cardboard disposal service! You can hire a removalist to come to your home, load up all your unwanted cardboard boxes and pieces, then help it start a new life as a second hand box or recycled cardboard.
The fastest way to take care of your excess cardboard is to hire a removalist on Airtasker. You’ll find top rated taskers with a trailer or ute, ready to dispose of your cardboard.
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Top Cardboard Removal related questions
What are some common reasons for booking cardboard disposal?
Cardboard disposal is handy for anyone who has a lot of old cardboard boxes lying around. It’s most popular for families who want to get rid of moving boxes and businesses that get a lot of deliveries in cardboard packaging.
Why should I organise cardboard disposal instead of using my recycle bin?
If you’ve got a lot of cardboard, you might have to put it in the recycling bin over weeks or months because it won’t fit. A cardboard disposal service takes care of all your unwanted cardboard in one go.
Do I need to break down my cardboard boxes ready for disposal?
No. Usually, breaking down the cardboard boxes is included in your service, but it’s always best to check this when you book in.
Will my cardboard be recycled after collection?
Yes. If your cardboard boxes aren’t suitable for reusing, your cardboard collector will take it to the nearest recycling facility for processing.
Can I book other types of rubbish removal at the same time?
Yes. Most cardboard removalists are also available to remove other types of rubbish. Be sure to mention this when you book your service.
How much does cardboard removal cost?
Cardboard removal costs $40-$80 on average when you book your service through Airtasker. This cost will vary depending on your location, the amount of cardboard, and whether you need any other rubbish removed at the same time.
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What does cardboard removal and recycling include?
Cardboard disposal is a popular service for businesses that process a lot of boxed deliveries or anyone who’s just moved house. Cardboard removal covers all the steps needed to pick up your cardboard and find it a new home - whether that’s with someone who wants a secondhand box, or a cardboard recycling facility. Here’s what you can expect from your service:
Step 1: Cardboard collection
Your cardboard removalist will confirm with you the amount and type of cardboard you need collected to ensure they bring along the right sized vehicle. Most taskers will bring a ute or trailer for cardboard box removal, so will be able to collect a large volume of used cardboard, once it’s been broken down. Your removalist will arrange your cardboard collection for a time that suits you, and will either collect your flattened boxes, or break them down before loading them into their ute or trailer. Before they leave, your removalist will be careful to cover the load with a tarp and secure it with ratchets to protect the cardboard from the rain and ensure none of it blows away.
Step 2: Cardboard reuse
While you can recycle most cardboard, disposal isn’t ideal. It’s much better to reuse any cardboard boxes that are still in good condition. So, many cardboard removalists will carefully break down these boxes and store them. They may advertise your used boxes for a very low price and deliver them to a new buyer, who may use them for moving house.
Step 3: Cardboard recycling
Any cardboard that’s not reusable will be recycled, as long as it’s clean (no food stains) and dry (not been left outside in the rain). Cardboard recycling involves breaking the cardboard down so that it’s flat to save space. Your removalist will take it to the nearest facility that takes cardboard for recycling, whether it’s the local tip or a speciality recycling centre. Recycled cardboard is shredded and pulped, before adding water and chemicals that help to break the fibres down further. Most recycled cardboard is used to make new cardboard boxes, but some of it is also used for chipboard cardboard, and paperboard.