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Attention Malaysians! Here’s How You Can Easily Swap Your Trash For Some Extra Cash



Source: @neyrashazeyra's Twitter

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With January done and dusted and CNY just around the corner, many of us have started spring cleaning to declutter from the madness the past year has brought upon us. But if you have a ton of trash that you want to get rid of, don’t just throw it away, here’s how you can trade in your rubbish for some extra money!

Recently, Neyra (@neyrashazeyra) took to Twitter to share how she made cash by turning in her unwanted items to a service called, Trash4Cash.

“Don’t keep your trash. Turn [in] all [your] trash for cash. Thank you Trash4Cash for today. This is the second time I’ve called them to pick up my trash to recycle.”

Trash4Cash, better known as T4C, is an app that allows you to trade in your waste for money right from your doorstep. Regardless of whether it’s from your home or business, the service comes straight to your location, weighs your trash, and PAYS you to take your recyclable rubbish! Users will receive their money via bank transfer.

Gone are the days where we wait outside our houses for the paper lama uncle to come to help us get rid of our trash.

All you have to do is download and install the T4C app, which is free of charge! If you truly want to get more value for your money, you can also check the price of the recyclable items on their list such as newspapers, scrap paper, plastic, glass bottles, cardboard, steel, and several other materials.

An additional tip shared by Neyra was to separate the materials before you stack them together for collection.

“As you can see, DON’T MIX your papers! Trash4Cash says that if you separate your black and white papers from your colourful printed ones, you’ll get more value for your money. 15 sen and 35 sen still makes a lot of difference.”

But take note, this service is only available in a handful of Malaysian states right now. If you live in the following states, you’re eligible to use the service:

  • Selangor
  • Putrajaya
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Perak
  • Penang
  • Kedah
  • Perlis

To find out more information on Trash4Cash and their services visit this link


Also read: Here’s a List of Places in Malaysia You Can Recycle or Donate Old Items & Even Earn Some Extra Cash

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