Our probate house clearance partner, Just Clear, has been featured in the July issue of Forbes Magazine.

The global media company focuses on business, industry, finance and investment, and is read by people all over the world. The piece about Just Clear focused on the company’s eco-conscious house clearance approach. Just Clear has a zero to landfill policy for the house clearance work it does, ensuring that everything is reused and recycled.

Just Clear’s founder Brendan O’Shea spoke with Forbes about how he used his background in financing property developments and the strength of feeling he has about environmental issues to set up an eco-friendly business that operates all over the UK.

Brendan’s start was humble—he ran the business along with his wife with only one van. Since then, the business has gone from strength to strength, and has won several awards for its ‘green’ approach to house clearance.

Brendan said the Forbes magazine piece presented an opportunity to raise more awareness of Just Clear, its services and ethos. As more of the world’s attention hones in on sustainability and the dangers of climate heating, the piece could not have come at a better time.

He added that Forbes’ decision to interview him highlighted the special nature of the business.

You can read the full article on the Forbes website here – https://www.forbes.com/sites/alisoncoleman/2019/07/02/why-sir-david-attenborough-rates-this-eco-conscious-household-clearance-entrepreneur/