Removing Hazardous Waste Items From Estate Sales

Removing hazardous waste items from estate sales is important and necessary with estate sales.

Hazardous waste items include leftover paint cans, chemicals, pesticides, motor oil, old television tubes and other items which require special handling and can not be put in a trash dumpster.

Sellers, if you are not taking these items with you, discard of them properly or ask the estate liquidator what they will charge to eliminate them.

Disposing of what is considered hazardous waste today is not an inexpensive process and most estate sale companies will now include a clause in their contract that deals with who will and the cost of hazardous waste disposal.

Matters that use to be so simple to deal with our now becoming more important and most times more difficult. As the result, many estate sale companies are adding to their contracts to cover these situations and prevent misunderstandings.

We would like to take this time to discuss the weather across the nation right now. In most areas of the United States severe rain, heavy snow falls, high winds, and in some cases tornadoes. Estate sale companies are constantly monitoring these situations.

We urge estate sale buyers to exercise caution attending sales and stay alert to weather conditions and estate sale company postings.

Be sure to check these estate sale listing websites for updates on estate sales in your area.

Estatesale.com

EstateSales.org

EstateSales.net

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