Your Smartphone can do many things. Now it can help you take out the trash! A new app for Houston residents was just released that will provide them with a schedule of the city’s trash, lawn and recycling pickups. The app can even set up a reminder to put the bins out on the curb on the designated day for your block. Now if only they could come up with an app that can actually pick up the trash! Once you get into a recycling routine with your kitchen trash, it becomes second nature. The good news is that you don’t have to stop your recycling impulses at the kitchen. When you’re ready to get rid of bigger items, then you can count on Junk King to make sure that stuff is recycled too.
Since they began collecting junk back in 2005, Junk King has always had a strong recycling program. That program extends to all the Junk King franchises. In other words, you can’t carry the trusted Junk King brand unless you are recycling. For the team here in Houston, that isn’t a problem. Junk King trains all its crewmembers what to look for when it comes to recyclables. When the crew returns to the depot at the end of the day, those items are sorted into piles. When the piles are big enough to fill up a truck, they’ll be dropped off at the proper recycling facility or charity. Yes, donating stuff to charities also count as recycling. Any time you can avoid a trip to the landfill is going to be a benefit for the environment.
You won’t have to worry about sorting your own junk; the Junk King crew will handle that. In fact, you don’t even have to ask if your stuff is going to be recycled. That will happen automatically. Best of all, you won’t be charged any extra for the service. Junk King includes those extra drop offs in the low, flat fee you’ll be paying. That fee will be based strictly on volume and not weight. That insures you’re going to get a fair deal every time you use Junk King.
While the crew it at your home, make sure you ask them to pick up all the debris around your yards. Junk recycling and junk removal just got a lot easier thanks to Junk King.