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Residential, governmental, commercial, industrial, and public facilities generate trash. The volume of trash generated varies from one establishment to another. There is no comparison of trash generation between commercial establishments or industrial facilities. This basically means no two companies or manufacturing facilities generate the same volume of trash daily. This is why we have chosen to customize our trash removal services.
When we are asked to provide an estimate for trash pickup, we assess the establishment to determine how much waste is generated each week. With the evidence collected, a junk removal expert devises a custom trash removal strategy. The customer is then provided with a written estimate and a custom waste pickup schedule.
Our One-Time Trash Pickup Service
We offer a one-time waste removal service. When you need your trash collected and disposed of, we will dispatch a junk removal team to your property. The junk removal team will collect the trash before transporting it to a local dump.
Eligible Types Of Trash
Unlike some of our competitors, our waste pickup service includes a broad range of garbage:
- Solid Waste
- Hazard Waste
- Recyclable Waste
- Organic Waste
- Household Waste
- Yard Waste
- Electronics Waste
- Demolition Waste
- Construction Waste
- Liquid Waste
How To Minimize Your Household Waste?
To protect the environment from further greenhouse gas emissions damage, everyone must be on board. Learning how to decrease the amount of waste your home or business generates is a great place to start. The US Environmental Protection Agency “EPA” encourages Americans to decrease the amount of waste sent to landfills. There are several techniques that you can take advantage of to reduce your household waste. These techniques include:
- Composting – Organic materials can safely be disposed of through a process known as composting. This process targets food leftover, paper, coffee filters, cardboard boxes, leaves, hamster bedding, dry pet food, wine, tea bags, newspapers, grass clippings, and toilet paper. Investing in a composter will maximize your composting strategy by speeding up the process. In all actuality, you only need a medium-sized hole for the compostable materials. Keeping the waste moist and routinely flipped will also speed up the process
- Recycling – Some organic materials, such as tree branches, roots, and twigs, can be recycled for mulch. Recycling centers generally have a special area for eligible yard debris. Landscape companies may also accept yard debris for recycling. The recycled yard waste is utilized to neutralize the soil in gardens and lawns. Other recyclable waste includes scrap metal, electronics, plastic bottles, and mobile phones
- Donating – Donating all unwanted items in good condition to local charities, friends, family members, neighbors, and other acquaintances. Thrift stores and secondhand shops will also accept items in good condition, such as electronic devices, clothing, furniture, grooming tools, pet supplies, aquariums, toys, shoes, board games, bed linen, drapery, handbags, books, dishes, cookware, and sports equipment
- Selling – You can also sell your unwanted items in good working condition to consumers via online marketplaces