Monthly Archives: January 2014

Hacienda Heights Junk Removal

Since 1957, the Puente Hills Landfill has been opened for business. In that time, it has been the final resting place for over 130 million tons of garbage. This 40-story pile of trash earned the reputation as the country’s largest landfill. As of today, this landfill is no longer accepting trash. That’s because it has been closed for good and that is making many Hacienda Heights residents very happy. The process of this closure began back in 2003 when a limited use permit was issued by Los Angeles. Finally, the gates were closed this past October 31st. Where will the new garbage go? Most of it will be shipped to Orange County landfills. However, the ultimate goal should be to become a zero-waste kind of town. The residents of Hacienda Heights can get a jump on that goal every time they hire Junk King Los Angeles for any type of junk removal.

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Junk King Los Angeles is the professional junk hauling service that covers all of Los Angeles and the surrounding communities including Hacienda Heights. By hiring Junk King Los Angeles, you have the ability to clear out your garages and closets of all the clutter that has been piling up over the years. If you were to move today, you would probably have at least double the amount of stuff you had when you first moved in. Do you really need these things?

Perhaps the only reason you never took care of your junk removal before is because you didn’t have the means. It’s not easy to get rid of something like a sofa, loveseat, mattress or box spring. At least it wasn’t easy until Junk King came to town. One call to these professionals and your junk is as good as gone.

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Los Angeles Junk Removal in 2014

In a city as big as Los Angeles, you can depend on many government agencies charged with the task of cleaning up the environment. In fact, there is a different agency for each segment of our environment. Case in point: the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. These are the folks charged with the responsibility of keeping our waterways sparkling. Recently, this agency turned it sights on Marina del Rey Harbor and more specifically, boat paint. Apparently, the copper-based paint used by most boat owners has been causing harm to the fish population of the Marina. The small fish are exposed to the toxins and the bigger fish eat them. That’s not good for anyone. The plans on the table to clean up the Marina include dredging the entire harbor and banning paint with copper. Of course, the boats with preexisting bad paint jobs would have to be repainted. Simply put, this is going to be a very expensive and time-consuming cleanup.

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