Clearabee, founded in 2012, is the UK's largest man and van style rubbish clearance company. It operates through its own network of vehicles and drivers and with no contracted out services, meaning customers can be sure their rubbish is correctly handled. Over 90% of the rubbish collected by Clearabee is diverted from landfill, and 100% of the companies CO2 emissions, including its van fleet, are mitigated via UK woodland creation. 

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trees planted

expected tonnes CO2 capture

hectares of ecosystem restored


Clearabee at Nether Kidston

Nether Kidston is Clearabee's first woodland carbon project. It is a non-intervention native woodland, part of Forest Carbon's ongoing collaboration with the Tweed Forum creating woodlands designed for water quality improvement and flood mitigation.  Read more

Clearabee at Sheriff Park

The project, part of a larger group at Lowther, represents the conversion of arable and grazing land to sustainable forestry. The projects will all have considerable benefits for wildlife, water quality in local rivers, and downstream flood mitigation.  The Sheriff Park project sits alongside the... Read more