Rubble Removal Cape Town

Rubble Removal Cape Town Defined

What is rubble? Rubble refers to any material, be it rocks, gravel, sand, bricks, tiles, concrete or other unwanted elements, that are found on a property as a natural part of the evironment or as a byproduct of building (builders’ rubble) or other works. Rubble removal is the practice of clearing this aggregate to improve the appearance and function of an environment. Rubble that is removed on large scale rubble removal Cape Town projects is often repurposed on construction sites as a filler material. 

What does Peninsula Removal Services class as rubble removal?

Peninsula removal services considers various types of construction and building waste as ‘building rubble’. This building debris is produced as waste from construction, renovation, demolition, and remodeling projects. Here are some of the waste materials that we remove from properties in Cape Town and surrounds and responsibly dispose of or repurpose:

• Sand
• Stone / Gravel
• Cement
• Concrete
• Drywalling
• Plasterboard
• Bricks
• Floor & Wall Tiles
• Paving
• Roof Tiles
• Other Roofing
• Tar

In addition to builders’ rubble there are a variety of other rubble aggregates that may be found naturally on your property which ideally should be removed. 

These aggregates may negatively impact your gardening efforts and other outdoor projects. These may include; 

• Naturally Occurring Rock 

• Naturally Occurring Stone  

While we are at work on your property other refuse that we can remove simultaneously includes: 

• Irrepairable Appliances • Household Junk • Garden Refuse• Dilapidated Garden Sheds & Wendy Houses• Scrap Metal • Outdated Decor & Furnishings

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Factors to keep in mind when scheduling removal of rubble or refuse with Peninsula Removal Services.

Size Of Job

Peninsula Removal Services utilises 1 ton bakkies and 4, 6, and 8 ton trucks. Be sure to make the most of the loading capacity opted for without exceeding the mass and volume guidelines of the removal equipment being utilised.

Environmental Impact 

Please ensure that hazardous waste such as batteries, motor oil, paint, paint cans, and asbestos etc. are disposed of appropriately. Note: Peninsula Removal Services does not handle asbestos.

Load Types

As far as possible we request that you refrain from mixing different types of rubble and refuse. Mixed loads are possible but Peninsula Removal Services will load the load bin according to the method of disposal or re-use intended.