Get simple and easy prices for your waste!
At RCK we make prices affordable for you and simple for us. For more information, get in touch with our team at 0800 138 9100.
- All collections include a £29.95 booking fee (already taken off prices below)
- How much rubbish do you have? We ask you to imagine them in bin sacks.
- Add in any white goods, large items over 3m and furniture
8 bags of rubbish (£34.00) + Bathtub (£44.50) + Booking fee (£29.95) = £108.45
Estimate your prices
What’s included for FREE!
- No call-out fees
- Added 20 minutes of labour time
- No extra charges or hidden fees
- Next day collection
- Quotes and estimates
- Council surcharges/taxes
- All essential insurance
- No parking or fuel costs
- No charge for ground floor/inside jobs
Enjoy a 10% discount when ordering online!
With all bookings, we charge a fee of £29.95. This is NOT refundable.
Please note one bag of rubbish is equal to one black bin liner. Some waste we collect is classed as hard to recycle or hazardous by the Environment agency which reflects the additional charges below:
- TV’s/monitors – £12.50
- Tyres – £12.50 / Paint (up to six cans) – £12.50
- Plasterboard – £15.00
“Excellent service at short notice at my mum’s house in Tonbridge. She needed two large double beds and a wardrobe removed. They were helpful, courteous and speedy. They were also very mindful of my elderly mother I must add. Phoned at 11 am, work done by 3.30 pm. I will be recommending to everyone.”
Sandra Condliffe, Northfleet
How big is a cubic yard?
But what exactly is a cubic yard and how can you work out how much space your rubbish clearance job will be needing to take up?
First of all, one cubic yard is the amount of space taken up by an object that is one yard long, one yard deep and one yard high or three feet by three feet by three feet if you prefer to use feet instead.
In other words, that is roughly the same size as two standard household washing machines or the same size as a household fridge-freezer, give or take a few inches.
We like to keep things simple, so try not to be too surprised if we start talking about washing machines when it comes to thinking about how much space we will need for your rubbish clearance job!
Keeping things simple, we know that it can often be easier to think in terms of household objects, so the space that a standard-sized sofa would usually take up, for example, is approximately two and a half cubic yards – so whether you prefer to think in washing machines or sofas, this should help simplify things.