Why use Yes Waste?

Our friendly, reliable and quick Yorkshire rubbish removal services give you complete peace of mind. We’re a trusted team dedicated to ethically and reliably remove rubbish from people’s homes and businesses. If you’ve got a job to be done, call Yes Waste.

Two hour time-slot.
Quick & simple.

We offer two hours at your convenience with a courtesy call 30 minutes before our arrival to let you know we are on our way. We also do all the heavy lifting and will collect your waste from anywhere on your premises.

Skip Hire Alternative

We offer an eco-friendly, convenient alternative. Unlike skip hire, we will do all the loading for you and for bulky waste such as old furniture, white goods, packaging, cardboard and garden waste we are a cheaper alternative.

Great Value..
Fully licensed.

We save you money compared to other waste services such as skip hire, and we are fully licensed. Our waste carriers licence number is CBDU117809.

Yorkshire Rubbish Removal

Unlike some of our national competitors, we're based in Yorkshire just off the M1 at junction 39 in Wakefield. From here we can cover all of the West and South Yorkshire region. As we don't have a call centre or national overheads we can pass these cost savings on to you. We're also not a waste broker and do all of the jobs ourselves.

70%

Recycling or re-use rate

Committed to sustainability

Our team will load your waste and separate it by material. We average over 70% recycling or re-use rate on every collection.

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Re-use

We always try to reuse or recycle every item we collect. We bring the waste back to our site and if an item can be reused, we store it and either re-market or donate it to charity.

Landfill

Items will be taken from your site to a fully licensed waste transfer station. The waste is segregated and processed. Diversion rate from landfill is typically 85%, facility dependent.

Recycling

If items can’t be used but can be recycled, they are stored, bulked up and sent to an Authorised Treatment Facility. Residual waste is taken to fully licensed waste transfer stations.

  • Hazardous waste

    Waste such as fridges, CRT televisions or monitors and fluorescent tubes are classed as hazardous. This equipment has to be recycled at specialist Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs). At these facilities it is treated and processed. Following processing the raw materials are recycled.

  • Construction waste

    Construction waste or commercial waste can include inert waste such as brick, rubble, tiles or concrete. This waste is taken to transfer stations where it may be crushed and reused in building projects. Other construction waste that can be recycled are metal and wood wastes. Some construction waste is more complicated to recycle such as plasterboard. Plasterboard has to be taken to specialist facilities so it will not end up in landfill.

  • Bulky waste

    We collect hundreds of sofas, beds, desks, tables and chairs from house clearances and office clearances. If the items can be reused the destination can be one of a network of charities and reuse organisations that we work in collaboration with. If the items cannot be reused then they are disposed of at licensed waste transfer stations. They will be shredded and the components recycled.

  • WEEE / Electrical waste

    WEEE stands for waste electrical and electronic equipment. It is an EU Directive that aims to reduce the amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment that ends up in landfill. It can include computers, mobile phones, kettles, dishwashers, almost anything with a plug or batteries. Similar to bulky waste collected, if the items can be reused the destination can be one of reuse organisations that we work in collaboration with. Alternatively the items can be broken down and the components are sent to various industries to be reprocessed.

  • Green waste

    Green waste is taken to licensed waste transfer stations. It is eventually taken to compositing facilities.

  • Wood waste

    Wood waste has different categories, A, B and C. Which category is dependent upon the type of wood it is. The wood waste collected is taken to waste transfer stations. The majority of it ends up being shredded and used to make other wood products.