• Right here are the 5 main categories of waste that can arise from an installation:-

    • Product packaging waste– the product that is used to have and secure the new devices for purposes of delivery. To put it simply, cardboard boxes, plastic polystyrene & bubble wrap
    • Offcuts from the new kitchen or washroom – timber, sawdust, MDF, tiles as well as tubes. Simply put, the ends of timber, tiles & plastic that aren’t used
    • Little Dangerous products – empty tubes, pots and also containers of adhesive & silicone used in the building and construction as well as assembly
    • Old kitchen area/ bathroom – units or carcasses, bath, wall surface tiles, floor ceramic tiles, laminate floor covering, sink, shower tray, taps, sink, toilet, and devices like an incorporated fridge, stove, dishwasher or extractor hood
    • Waste from connected jobs accomplished at the same time as the installment – rubble/ wall surface, flooring, windows & home window frameworks.
    • Reusable product packaging items that should not be thrown away– products like the supposed ‘pizza boxes’ utilized to safeguard marble tops are developed to be used over and over, therefore although they occur on jobs, anywhere feasible ought to be reserved to be returned to the maker

    Just how much waste is there?

    The amount of waste from an installment will differ depending upon the dimension of kitchen/bathroom being replaced as well as likewise whether the job is completely dry fit only (ie. no demand to remove the existing kitchen/bathroom) or involve extra work.

    As a harsh overview a regular setup which entails removal of the old kitchen/bathroom at the same time as the waste from the completely dry fit (yet excluding waste from any kind of additional building works, like a new floor or kitchen area extension), on average produces the following weight and volume of waste:

    • Kitchen area – 600kg as well as 7 cubic yards (6 cubic metres).
    • Bathroom – 450kg and 4 cubic yards (3 cubic metres).