Monthly Archives: January 2014

St. Louis Park Junk Removal

Have you gotten a garbage tag yet? If so, then you’re doing something wrong with your trash. The City of St. Louis Park requires the Waste Management workers to slap a tag on your  “improperly prepared garbage.” Improperly prepared garbage includes things like garbage that is not bagged or has yard waste mixed in. You could also be tagged if there is overfilling of your garbage cart and you don’t use the extra refuse stickers for extra bags of garbage outside your cart. Finally, you’ll earn a tag if you put your garbage in the street or on the sidewalk. Sadly, you won’t get a gold star if you get your garbage right. It just gets picked up on time. If you get a tag, you’re supposed to call in to the Waste Management Customer Service Hotline to see how you can make things better. There is no fine for these tags. But if you want to insure any overflowing rubbish is picked up the right way, then turn the junk removal assignment over to Junk King Minneapolis.

Too much trash.

Too much trash.

Junk King Minneapolis is a team of professional junk haulers that take care of junk removal for all of St. Louis Park. You’re not going to get a tag with Junk King. What you will get is dependable service that includes two very hard working crewmembers that will be showing up in their big red moving truck. Imagine what you could throw out if you have two movers on the job? This is your chance to toss out the big items like old appliances, mattresses, bedroom sets and other furniture. You know all those boxes full of junk that are leftover from your last move? Those can all be tossed onto the back of the Junk King truck, too.

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Minneapolis Junk Removal In 2014

In the category of superfund sites in Minnesota, there is good news and there is bad news. Superfund sites are those designated areas that are so heavily polluted that it requires massive amounts of funds from the federal government to handle the cleanup. The good news is that an impound lot west of downtown Minneapolis has just been removed from the superfund site list. This dump was added to the list back in 1986. Once it made the list, the efforts to clean it up kicked into gear. Now, the area no longer poses a threat to the environment. The bad news is that nine new superfund sites were added to the list. Fortunately, not all of these sites are in Minneapolis but it will still mean a massive amount of cleanup effort in the coming years.

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