Removal, Recycling & Clearance

Whether part of a de-fit, relocation or movement from one part of building, to another, WA Transition have a solution based service, which couples with Project Management in order to provide real value. 

Moreover, there is often there a scenario where a building is required to be cleared either for sale or lease. This could be the result of a liquidation, a tenant being vacated or a closure.

We act on behalf of the building owner, liquidator or property manager to provide a quick solution so that the building can be leased, or sold, as soon as possible, or that the liquidation can quickly move to the next phase. Services may include project management, physical skilled labour, waste removal, recycling,  item relocation, item storage, security hire, asset listing and more.

Dependent on the building, or lease requirements, we may also have to call on our specially chosen subcontractor network where required, which includes handy work, carpentry, re-decorating, professional cleaning, pest control and security systems. 

We provide a turn key, one stop solution for physical asset management through safe working practices, a recycling policy and a strict Code of Conduct.

For all clearance and disposal enquiries please contact Ben directly on 0406 443 533.

Clients Include:

I required the services of WA Transition to undertake the removal and cataloging of items in an office that a tenant had vacated without notice so that we could make the tenancy available for a new tenant within a fixed time frame. Ben and his team went above and beyond to assist us in what was a difficult situation and I would have no hesitation in recommending WA Transition.
— Rhys Kelly - Fabric Property (Previously QUBE Property).
I would like to thank you and your client for your kindness and donation of the furniture to our Youth Centre. The furniture and chairs will be of great benefit to our youths in their computer room for their studies.

It’s the generosity of people like yourselves that makes a huge difference to the lives of youths at risk and families in crisis.
— Heather Callow - Avon Youth