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Our Prices

Prices start at about £40.00 inclusive of loading and sweeping up. All prices are by cubic yard.

All of the Any Waste vans in our Manchester-based fleet have a maximum storage capacity of ten cubic yards, meaning that we are sure to have ample space for all of your rubbish clearance needs – and the best part of all, you only end up paying for the space that you actually use!

Single Objects

* prices by the cubic yard

From £20

Standard Collections

* prices by the cubic yard

From £40

Bulk Removals

* prices by the cubic yard

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General and Domestic Waste Cost

The first 20 minutes loading is free of charge , there onwards the labour charge is £50.00 plus vat per hour.

  • 2 cubic yards ( roughly the space 2.5 washing machines would take up) £90.00 plus VAT (Minimum attendance charge) 10 minutes loading time allowed.
  • 3 cubic yards £130.00 plus VAT
  • 4 Cubic yards (1/2 a standard builders skip or ½ a short wheelbase Transit equivalent) £170.00 plus VAT 15 minutes loading time allowed.
  • 6 Cubic yards £230.00 plus VAT 20 minutes loading time allowed
  • 8 cubic yards £280.00 (a level full builders skip or a full standard short wheelbase Transit). 30 minutes loading time allowed

This assumes the waste items or waste is on the ground floor with reasonable access for the attending crew and their vehicle.

All prices are a guide only and will be subject to visual and physical inspection by the attending crew.

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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.

Instant quotes

Did you know that you can now just simply photograph your rubbish with your phone and send it to us on 0800 138 9100.

Now covering: Altrincham, Wilmslow, ChorltonLevenshulmeDidsbury VillageBurnage, Salford Quays, Castlefield and Deansgate.

You can make your booking here.

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Full quotes before we begin

We understand that it’s not always easy to work out exactly how much space you will need.

So before we start the job we make sure to confirm the exact cubic yardage of your rubbish with you when we get there, just so that you don’t end up with any nasty surprises at the end of the day!

If you are still not sure or you have any questions relating to your rubbish clearance needs, feel free to get in touch with us.

One of our friendly team members would be more than happy to give you a helping hand and help you to calculate how much space your rubbish clearance job will need!

Did you know that you can now just simply photograph your rubbish and send it to us on Live Chat for an instant quote.

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We also offer an out of hours service for ALL our clients should they need it at no extra cost.

If you were considering van or skip hire think again, we offer a faster, reliable and cheaper alternative.

Our unbeatable pricing and great service will make your domestic clearance hassle-free.

At Any Waste, we understand that you don’t want to get your hands dirty and sometimes you want an expert team to come in perform rubbish clearance.

Please note: You are responsible for your waste from the point of production until it reaches the point of final disposal.