Once you get into the recycling habit around your home, it becomes a matter of routine. You don’t even think twice about separating your soda cans and water bottles. You know without even thinking that the papers, magazines and junk mail should all go into the recycling bin. This is the kind of program that the whole family gets involved with and it’s a great way to help protect the environment around Dayton. You might be doing other “green” activities around your home such as creating a compost pile and using energy efficient appliances. When it comes to junk removal, you can also stay eco-friendly as long as you hire Junk King Dayton. This is a company that is dedicated to a zero waste approach to junk disposal.
The core operating philosophy for Junk King Dayton is to protect the air we breathe, the water we drink and the soil we used to grow our crops. That means keeping as much junk out of landfills as possible. The only thing that junk does in a landfill is right away. Although great steps have been made in creating safe landfills it still not a place you want to put your junk. That is especially true with any kind of e-waste like a television, computer or printer. You especially don’t want to put an old refrigerator out there with all that Freon. When you turn all that junk over to Junk King Dayton they will ensure he gets dropped off at the right place and that will look nothing like a landfill!
The other way that Junk King Dayton promotes eco-friendly disposal is setting up a charity donation program. They have relationships with many such organizations around the area and know exactly what they’re looking for at any given time. This is where your old books, toys, shoes, clothing, furniture and other household goods can end up. All of those donated materials can have a huge impact on many families.
The eco-friendly disposal policy also extends to a lot of your yard waste. Junk King Dayton can find places to recycle concrete, bricks and even dirt. Get rid of all your junk the eco-friendly way by turning it over to Junk King Dayton.