All over world, rubbish tips pile up with good washing machines and fridges that don't fit in new fitted kitchens, or usable furniture that's out of style. It's bad for the environment, and not too good for our consciences.
According to Bonnie Spears, the public relations Manager for Houseable.com, the waste needn't happen. “Because of your redundant fridge or dining chairs could go to someone who badly needs them - at no cost to you”.
Throughout most cities there are charities that collect furniture for the homeless, the mentally ill and people on low incomes who could otherwise never afford to furnish a home, even at second-hand prices.
“They're crying out for your rejects. And, unlike your local government, they all collect free,” said Mr. Spears. “Most of the items you could find another home for. People are obviously not aware that there are other choices.”
“There are charities, websites and environmental protection agencies that collect second hand household items. Internet can be the most convenience way to recycle the household items, you can sold it on the internet either”, added Bonnie Spears.
“Houseable is an online household items shop which provide high quality products, it’s really a pity to throw the usable items away,” said Mr. Spears. “We keep updating the goods on Houseable with different fashion trend, though the fashion changed, the quality and practicality of the goods from Houseable will not fade. Household items’s recycle just solved the problem of waste, also contribution to our environment.”
“In fact, the great thing about recycling your rejects is that everybody gains. Somebody gets a fresh start in life. Cities end up with fewer landfill sites. And you save money - and get to feel good, too. “
Houseable is an online home supplies retailer aimed at finding and stocking the best, most affordable, most cutting-edge home furnishing goods. With a wide range of home supplies, Houseable sells home supplies all over the world with free shipping. All home supplies have gone through rigid quality checks before delivery.
With household items here: http://www.houseable.com?