18 May 2020

Every Day is Wheelie Bin Day

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“Have the bin men been yet?” You can guarantee that this is a question which has been asked in every house in the UK at some point or other. It’s usually around 6.30 in the morning and is followed by a race downstairs, followed by dragging the bin down the driveway, all whilst decked out in your dressing gown.

The good news is that if you’re not that nimble, or if you’ve simply got bigger fish to fry, then you don’t have to spend a whole week waiting for the bin collections to come around again: Clearabee can take care of your unwanted waste with our private wheelie bin collection service.

Private Wheelie Bin Collection

To take advantage of our home bin collection service, all you have to do is place your order with us before 10pm and put your bin out before 8am on the following day. Then leave us to take care of the rest. You won’t even need to look out of your window, or even be in the property for that matter. We’ll send an SMS to let you know that we’re on our way, followed by a tracking link so you can be confident that the collection has been successfully completed.


Our fuel-efficient, lightweight vehicles are hardly noticeable in comparison to the most refuse collection lorries, whilst our one man teams quickly empty the most common wheelie bin sizes, from 140 litre to 240 litre and 360 litre. Our more modest vehicle size also means that we are able to negotiate smaller spaces where other bin lorries would usually struggle.

Wheelie Bin Collections in your Area

Clearabee are the UK’s largest on-demand clearance company and we provide next-day wheelie bin collections in your area in order to make sure that unwanted waste is no longer a weight on your mind.

Whether you’re in London or Leeds, Birmingham or Bristol, or almost anywhere else in the UK, we’ll empty your wheelie bin and deliver the rubbish to a local waste transfer station. Our teams currently collect from thousands of homes each day and our rubbish removal service is the most reviewed on TrustPilot.

Benefits of Home Wheelie Bin Collections

Our recycle rate is higher than that of the majority of local authorities so with our collections, you can be sure that you’re doing your bit to protect the planet. With household refuse, we would typically recycle or divert from landfill 100% of the collection. This percentage is higher than our overall company performance (which is at least 95% landfill diversion) as we often deal with bulky items which have less recyclable options.


Our entire fleet of vehicles are built on ultra-light chassis which reduces the overall vehicle weight by 300kg, thus making them more efficient and environmentally friendly. Our fleet operates from over 100 individual locations across the UK. This means that the journeys between bin collections are kept to a minimum, meaning that our operations produce significantly less carbon emissions.

Not only do we reduce our carbon emissions, but we aim to offset what we do produce. Since 2018, our reforestation project has seen the planting of almost 20,000 trees, creating two forests.

Private Regular Home Wheelie Bin Collection

Our private wheelie bin collection service can also be booked on an ongoing basis. These regular bin collections are not only discounted, but will give you access to our Beeloyal programme. This customer loyalty initiative will give you cashback opportunities on the other services we offer, such as bulky waste clearances, sofa removal, skip hire and Skip Bag services. With Clearabee, every day is wheelie bin day.

Removing rubbish. It’s what we do.


About Clearabee

Based in our Birmingham Head Office, Clearabee operates a nationwide on-demand rubbish clearance and waste removal service. Over 300 directly employed staff and 120 vehicles make up our Man and Van, Skip Bag, skip hire and sofa removal services which all operate in Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester and throughout the nation.

For 3 years running, Clearabee has ranked as the fastest-growing waste management company in Europe and has also featured on The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track for the last two years.

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