There is already a lot of talk about next year’s big election for President. Once again, all eyes will be on Ohio, as the candidates will make multiple trips to the state in order to woo voters. First, we need to get through 2015. Oddly enough, this is the year that was put on display in the feature “Back To The Future II.” According to that movie, we all should be driving in flying cars and have hover board skateboards. Our jackets should inflated to fit any size and there should be a giant wall TV. Well, at least they got the TV part right. As for everything else, we might have to wait a few years longer.
When it comes to municipal services, not much has changed in this decade except for how things are disposed off. You still get your garbage picked up once a week but now a lot of that garbage can be recycled. This recycling has expanded to include things that you can’t fit into your recycling bin. Of course, to make that happen, you need to partner up with the right company. That would be Junk King who has been leading the fight for a green way of junk hauling since they started operating back in 2005.
The mission for every Junk King franchise is to stay away from local landfills. You would be surprised at how easy that actually is. Junk King trains all their crews to spot the items that can be recycled or donated. On the recycling side, this could mean taking about a mattress and box spring to get at the pieces. The same rule applies to things like sofas and recliners. Bigger items like stoves, dishwashers and washing machines can also be earmarked for recycling by Junk King. That’s a lot of good metal to be repurposed and reused.
The Junk King crews also keep an eye out for those items that can be dropped off at charity that specializes in refurbishing. Whether they resell that object or merely give it away, it is being kept in circulation and that means no added trash for the landfill. All of this recycling happens automatically when you hire Junk King. When you hire Junk King for your junk hauling needs, you can count on them going green and that’s good for all our futures.