A new law was recently passed about recycling that is making apartment residents very happy. Beginning in 2020, all apartment buildings with eight units or more will have to offer recycling to the tenants. This actually might be the first time some folks have ever recycled their plastics and papers. Once you get into the recycling habit, it becomes an easy habit to follow through with. But what about when you want to expand what you recycle? That requires picking the right junk hauling service who is dedicated to recycling. Here in Cedar Hill, the best company for that task is Junk King Dallas Mid Cities.
You probable have a lot of items in your home made from recycled materials. Some are easy to spot because of the recycle logo right on the packaging. Just because something hasn’t been made of recyclable materials doesn’t mean it can start the “recycling chain.” It just has to end up at the right facility. Junk King has identified all players in the recycling game around Dallas. They know which facility takes in metal and which one handles electronics.
How many junk items in your home do you think could be recycled? Actually, you don’t have to answer that because the Junk King crews have all been trained to spot those things that could be recycled.
Part of junk recycling can also include donating to charities. You could be recycling a sofa or bedroom set whenever a charity turns it over to those families in need. Just as with the recycling centers, Junk King had identified all the charities in the area and knows exactly what they’re looking for at any given time. Some of those organizations can even make minor repairs to the furniture items.
The goal with recycling is to keep as much out of local landfills as possible. Overall, Junk King maintains a 60% diversion rate. That’s very impressive especially when you consider that the country only recycles around 30% of recycled materials.
When you want to clear out the junk from your Cedar Hill home and get it recycled, then the best company to hire is Junk King Dallas Mid Cities.