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Totoro2010
16-01-2012, 09:51 AM
Does your place have MPSJ bin for disposal big furniture?

I found there are some at USJ 2, wants to know other area at USJ have or not?

burntan
16-01-2012, 10:42 AM
Does your place have MPSJ bin for disposal big furniture?

I found there are some at USJ 2, wants to know other area at USJ have or not?

If you wish to throwing away your big furniture, you need to order one for yourself, those bin you found are belong to others who paid for it, unless they willing to share with you.

Totoro2010
16-01-2012, 11:09 AM
If you wish to throwing away your big furniture, you need to order one for yourself, those bin you found are belong to others who paid for it, unless they willing to share with you.

Where to order? How much?

burntan
16-01-2012, 11:33 AM
Where to order? How much?

Oops, sorry those bin are for renovation debris, which cost RM3XX, you don't need that. If you just have some large furniture to dispose, just call Alam Flora to arrange a lorry to pick up, the fee around RM60. Contat info can be found at their website http://www.alamflora.com.my

Totoro2010
16-01-2012, 11:43 AM
Oops, sorry those bin are for renovation debris, which cost RM3XX, you don't need that. If you just have some large furniture to dispose, just call Alam Flora to arrange a lorry to pick up, the fee around RM60. Contat info can be found at their website http://www.alamflora.com.my

called oredi....they said no longer in charge of Subang/USJ area

bslee
16-01-2012, 01:27 PM
Can I suggest Saudara Rajiv say something or look into this?
I've observed and sometimes seen items being quietly dumped their old sofa, furniture, rotten big items by the roadside around USJ.
This isn't a healthy trend. The last time I threw out my sofa was cut it up to bits and pieces, and throw them into public waste bin at a nearby kampung.
Or I suppose, SUbang folk are perceived as kaya punya orang and can afford to pay for other private disposal services.
In the near future, I was thinking of buying a new mattress and how to dispose the old one leh?

jan tomaswaki
16-01-2012, 02:02 PM
If you furniture is in quite good condition,why not donate it to Jumble Station in Angsana Flats,USJ 1.Cheers

bslee
16-01-2012, 02:13 PM
I think people throw out those that are beyond economical repair and unfit for recycling.
Those on the roadside could be used for firewood though, if can.
Some years ago, I quickly salvaged a table desk that was thrownout maybe because someone renovated the home and buying new furniture. I refurbished it, applied another varnish color, polyurethane lacquer, and it now sits in my home looking like an exquisite piece.

Totoro2010
16-01-2012, 02:44 PM
If you furniture is in quite good condition,why not donate it to Jumble Station in Angsana Flats,USJ 1.Cheers

My sofa's cushion still good condition but some cushion cover has "pecah" and cannot zip already , so I am not dared to donate to charity centre:o

bslee
16-01-2012, 03:43 PM
Thats the thing with sofa's and upholstered furniture. Its costly to reupholster when these kind of items are said to be easily "beyond economical repair". Of course it doesn't apply to antiques or highly valued furniture.

CALVINHOBBES
16-01-2012, 03:48 PM
Does your place have MPSJ bin for disposal big furniture?

I found there are some at USJ 2, wants to know other area at USJ have or not?

I thought I read a banner at USJ2 that there are about 4 big MPSJ bins for disposal of bigger stuff and I had the same query of whether it is available in the other USJ (4,5,6, etc) areas. I don't see any in my area. Any reason why only USJ2 has them.