While many cities are developing zero waste plans for their future, it is helpful for businesses and organizations to take small steps towards that same goal. That way when the city is ready to fully implement a plan, everyone will be in sync. A perfect example can be found happening at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This is where USC Trojan football happens and on game day, they can attracted up to 90,000 fans. Now all 117 trashcan at the stadium will have the collected garbage diverted away from landfills and instead going to recycling centers and farm compost. That is going to make a huge difference and hopefully will inspire other businesses to do the same.
One company who is already out in front of the zero waste plan is Junk King. According to industry standards, you can achieve zero waste if you can divert up to 90% of waste materials away from landfills. Junk King has managed to reach the goal of a 60% diversion rate and it is still growing!
As you consider what you want to get rid of, don’t worry about what could be recycled or donated. The Junk King crews have all been trained to sort through the collected stuff and decide what goes where. This might mean a few extra drop offs but again that is nothing you have to worry about. All you need to know is that you’ll be getting your house closer to zero waste and you won’t have to lift a finger!
Before the Junk King team begins loading up your stuff, they’ll present you with an estimate based on volume. How much space will your junk need on the back of the truck? Remember, Junk King never charges by the pound. That makes a huge difference if you’re looking to get rid of concrete, bricks or other construction waste materials. Once you agree to that low price, the team will get busy and your junk will be gone for good!
Having Junk King take care of your junk removal is going to free up a lot of space in your home. Isn’t it time to put your garage, spare room and closets to better use than a storage locker? Junk King is the best partner to help you achieve your zero waste goals.