Paul’s Rubbish Expands Rubbish Removal Services to Gold Coast, Queensland

Fast-growing rubbish removal company has announced plans of expanding services to Gold Coast, Queensland.

Gold Coast, Australia - March 20, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Paul’s Rubbish Removal has announced the expansion of its rubbish removal services to now also cater for the entire Gold Coast region in Queensland. The rubbish removal company has broadened much of its services to provide an all-in-one collection and disposal solution for all residential households, commercial offices and construction sites in the Gold Coast.

Common waste and rubbish that will be collected vary from unwanted household furniture all the way to hard construction materials. No matter what the removal requirement is, the company has offered a tailored solution to efficiently collect, load and dispose of all unwanted goods.

The announcement of the rubbish removal company’s expansion comes after Gold Coast City announced their plan to tackle solid waste – also known as the Solid Waste Strategy 2014~2023.

A spokesperson from Paul’s Rubbish Removal in Gold Coast has said “The whole team is very proud to expand our rubbish collection services to the Gold Coast. Staff members have always talked about the city while in Sydney and we’re super excited to say that some of our local Sydney staff will be making the transition to set up our office in the Gold Coast.”

Steve from Paul’s Rubbish Removal has commented saying “Safely dealing with rubbish and waste has always been our core mission at Paul’s Rubbish Removal. All the staff understand our mission very well. I believe this is what’s allowed us to grow as a company and to now being given the opportunity to service another major city within Australia. We look forward to extending our friendly customer service and cost-effective rubbish collection services to residents all across Gold Coast.”

More about Paul’s Rubbish Removal Gold Coast

Paul’s Rubbish Removal in Gold Coast is a rubbish removal company that specialises in providing cost-effective residential and commercial rubbish removal services. The company supports local sustainability and recycling programs including FairGame, Australian Organics Recycling Association and Keep New Zealand Beautiful.

For more information visit: https://www.paulsrubbish.com.au/gold-coast/

Contact Info:
Name: Paul
Organization: Paul's Rubbish Removal Gold Coast
Address: Level 13/50 Cavill Ave, Gold Coast, Queensland 4217
Phone: 0408468468
Website: https://www.paulsrubbish.com.au/gold-coast/

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