Eco-Friendly Commercial Old Furniture Disposal Services in Singapore

Disposal services have always been a big question mark on everyone needing the services. There will come a time when you need Disposal services especially if you bought new furniture and need to get rid of the old ones, Moving to a smaller place or simply De-cluttering and suddenly finding many things that you want to throw away.

We often find customers wary of the services as of how it is disposed. Is it disposed of in an environmental friendly and legal way. Rodex Movers is a homegrown company helping people in clearing junk. We are here to lead the industry with our manifesto of REDUCE-REUSE-RECYCLE. People hire us when they are moving, looking for bin rentals, emptying the storage space, and disposing extra renovation material for freeing the space. Our job is to take care of the waste responsibly.

Rodex Movers started Disposal services in 2010 when we recognise an industry imbalance on the furniture disposal trade. People are over charged and illegal dumping issues were many. Over the course of years, we have achieved many awards like Casetrust, Bizsafe. We are one of the first disposal company to implement paperless invoicing and assure secure disposal of products. We are transparent with our rates and you can find below some estimates of the cost so you can have an idea how much it will cost to dispose your items.


Estimated Old Furniture Disposal


Disposal Rates:

Large Sofas 3 seat and above $150-$200 each
Arm Chairs $70 each
Cocktail tables $70 each
Dining Tables $200 – $300
TV units $80 each
Bookcases $80-$200
Chairs, Stools, Bedside tables, cushions Min $70 per delivery
Sideboard $80-$120 each
Desk $70-$140
Beds $120 – $180
Wardrobes $80 – $200
Chest of drawers $70 each
Washing Machine $30 each
Dryer $30 each
Queen/King Bed $80-$100
Bunk Bed $100 each
Single Bed $40-$50
3 seater / L-Shape Sofa $60-$100
Fridge $40-$80
Upright Piano $100 each
3 Door Wardrobe $100 each
TV-30′′,40′′,50′′ $30,$40,$50
TV Console $40-$60
Study Desk $20-$50
Dining Table $40-$100
Coffee Table $20-$50
Bookshelf $10-$60
Condolence-wreath flowers $100-$300

Get e free Photo-Whatsapp Quote. Simply send pictures of the unwanted items to 93639053. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist.


Why select us as
your mover?

  • Competitive pricing
  • Reliable and efficient service
  • Stress-free moving experience
  • Extensive industry knowledge
  • Highly trained, friendly and professional team
  • Customer-oriented approach
  • Maximum cost efficiency and minimum disruption
1) How do you charge disposal? Is the manpower and transportation included?

Disposal is charged based on the volume. We can estimate the volume simply by looking at the pictures that you sent. We can also send someone down to do a free on-site quote. Quotation will include the labour to move the items and the transportation. You can basically just sit back and let the guys do the removal!

2) Do you have disposal facilities?

Yes, we have proper disposal skip bins at our Warehouse.

3) Do you have procedure in disposing items?

The procedure is as such once the disposal items is collected. It goes through a sorting process. The sorting process will sort out items that can be reused or recycled. Some furniture that are in good condition are given a ‘second chance”. They are often given away to charity organisations such as Homes, Churches and temples. We ensure a strict recycling process to reduce impact on the environment.

4) How do we dispose confidential files?

We recognise the importance of identity security and ever since the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA) came in full effect back in 2014, corporations, institutions, even all statutory boards have been more cautious than ever in the handling of sensitive & security information. As such, confidential files are brought to certified shredding plants to be shredded. A Certificate of Destruction is given after each service.

5) Do you buy back used items?


6) Do we sell the goods after we collect from the clients?

Yes and No. It depends on the goods. Most of the items that are sellable are old newspapers, cardboard boxes, used clothes.

7) Do we recycle?

Yes, all items vetted thoroughly to see if they are deem recyclable or to be scrapped.

8) Can you just donate to charity the items rather than disposing it?

Yes, we can. We have a partnership with a list of Charities, homes and non-profit organisations that we are constantly in touch to see if some of the items can have a second home.

9) Do you dispose electrical/electronic and machinery? How?

Electronic waste which includes items such as TVs, Laptops, computers, cellphones. These items contain many harmful substance which can be devastating to the environment if not disposed carefully. Data Protection is also of paramount importance If there is a memory card left in the slot, we take it out and crush it into pieces. For complete confidential disposal, we crush all of the internal boards, ensuring there will be no memory left behind. Hard disk itself and the platter (magnetic disk) inside will be crushed into pieces, making restoration 100% impossible.
Electrical and Machinery items will be consulted on-site on a case to case basis.

10) Do we clean after disposal?

Yes we do! Cleaning is an optional service. It depends on the service required. Please speak to our friendly professionals to get an estimate.

11) What are the items you do not accept for disposal?

Spouse, in-laws, pets, children! But Seriously some of the non-accepted items are as follows

  • Paint and paint cans (whether they are empty or full)
  • Explosive products (such as any size of propane tanks, helium tanks, or aerosol products)
  • Solvents (like paint thinners)
  • Pesticides and Fertilizers (including indoor plant products)
  • Antifreeze or coolant (including windshield washer fluid)
  • Oil filters
  • Empty automotive oil containers
  • Poisonous materials (such as medications that have expired, cleaning products, fluorescent tubes, cooking oil, needles and syringes, other types of medical waste)
  • Flammable products (such as gasoline, lighter fluid, and turpentine)
  • Corrosive products (such as drain cleaners and car battery acid)