1. Try to clean your furniture before you take it to your local recycling center or have them pick it up. That might include vacuuming out that old couch. Removing tape, paint spots or other spots that can be scrapped off the fabric. You do not have to scrub them down with soap, but remove all dirt and debris.
  2. Broken furniture is accepted for recycling. Do not throw them away! Most furniture is made out of wood, metal, or plastic, all of which can be recycled. So recycle your broken furniture.
  3. Transportation is not a problem. If you do not have a truck to transport your furniture, ask a neighbor or friends to borrow their to take them to the recycling center. Some facilities will schedule pick ups for a fee and others will do it for free.
  4. If you have large amounts of furniture to clear out from an office building or business freerecyclingquotes.com has a solution that is environmentally friendly.