Many communities are looking towards the day when they can proudly proclaim they are “zero waste.” That would mean that all the trash collected by the city would end up being recycled or reused. If that sounds too farfetched, it’s actually a feasible plan that many Cincinnati businesses are getting behind. Recently, the U.S. Zero Waste Business Council paid a visit to Cincinnati to “share strategies for reducing waste at companies and nonprofits both large and small.” They picked Cincinnati because of the hard work companies like Fifth Third Bancorp, Luxottica, Miller Coors and Procter & Gamble have made towards the zero waste philosophy.
Case in point: The Miller Coors’ Trenton plant actually cut off shipping waste to landfills more than three years ago. That’s thanks to their impressive sustainability program. Kelly Harris, the plant’s sustainability manager says, “This is the first U.S. mega-brewery to reach the zero waste to landfill milestone.” All of the plant’s waste that can’t be recycled or composted is shipped off to Indianapolis where it is converted into electricity by burning it down.
So, what are you doing with all of your trash? Hopefully, you’re pitching in with your own home recycling efforts but sometimes the trash can be overwhelming. We’re not talking about a stack of unread magazines or leftovers from game night. Instead, consider all the junk you’re hanging onto. If you’re never going to use this stuff again then it has officially become trash. If you can toss it out then you need to call Junk King Cincinnati.
These are the junk removal specialists who have been helping your neighbors clean up their homes and businesses. How are they doing? A quick peek at their Facebook page finds awesome reviews like these:
“The guys were very polite and prompt they called first and were at my home right when they said they would. I would recommend your company to my family and friends.”
“Fast service and crew even swept up after loading truck.”
“Very courteous and timely. They did everything they said they would and left little to clean up.
We have already been telling friends and neighbors about the reasonable cost and being glad we called them to get rid of unsightly items in our back yard. Great job!”
When these happy customers talk about the “guys” they are referring to the Junk King crew that comes along with every removal assignment. These will be the guys who will do all the hard work of getting rid of your stuff. They will also be in charge of taking your stuff to its final resting place. Junk King has a record of diverting close to 60% of everything they collect away from local landfills. That means you’ll really be doing your part to help Cincinnati become a zero waste kind of town!