How to reuse and recycle furniture –
- If you have a piece of usable furniture, you may consider selling it, giving it to someone else, or donating it. It is advisable to verify in advance because not all furniture may be resold by thrift stores.
- Often, furniture that has reached the end of its useful life may be recycled, particularly wood and metal pieces. Some Recycling Centres may charge a fee for fitted furniture, so it is best to check in advance.
- Additionally, some municipal governments may offer a collecting service for heavy goods such as furniture
- see their website for details.
The British Heart Foundation provides national free collections of furniture, household goods, and electrical equipment. Additionally, Dunelm offers mattress and furniture recycling in collaboration with the British Heart Foundation and Clearabee.
How can I get rid of my old furniture in India?
Donate it to charity; as the saying goes, “your garbage is someone else’s treasure.” Therefore, before opting to dispose of them in landfills, consider donating them to those in need. The simplest method is to place them on the sidewalk or alley with a “free” sign.