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Recycling News in Nashville

Recycling in Nashville takes on many forms. There is the homeowners program that includes weekly pick up of recyclable materials but the concept of recycling extends far beyond the home. Many businesses are also proud to institute their own recycling programs with an emphasis on sustainability.

Over at the Nissan plant, they’re already contributing to the big picture with their assembly of the Leaf electronic car. The more electric cars that make it onto the highways, the better off we’ll all be in terms of reducing carbon emissions. But the Smyrna factory does more. For instance, they turn old soap drums into rain barrels used for decorative landscape accents. There are recycling bins all throughout the factory parking lot where employees can drop off their own recyclable trash like paper, plastic, glass, aluminum and electronics from home. Along the assembly line, other bins have been set up to sort and separate everything from pieces of scrap metal to ear plugs. Even the seats in the Leaf are made from recycled plastic bottles. At a 2010 company picnic, employees were given Frisbees to first use as plates for food and then for a toy.

“We’ve got to walk the walk,” said Mike Stender, a plant supervisor. “We need to look like a plant and be a plant that is environmentally conscious.”

It has been estimated that one assemble line job actually creates nine other support jobs. Everything from making parts to serving lunch from a food truck is part of making a car. That’s why the Nissan recycling program can touch so many lives. Another way Nashville residents have contributed to a more eco-friendly environment is to hire a company like Junk King Nashville to handle all their bulky item pickups. When you call up Junk King to schedule a junk pickup appointment you’re automatically getting a company who is dedicated to environmentally friendly practices.

Whenever possible, Junk King will drop off your junk items to one of the many recycling centers located in the Nashville area. There are different centers for each type of recyclable material but you don’t have to worry about looking for them on Google maps. Junk King already has those centers plugged into their daily drop-off routes. This makes Junk King a true “green” partner.

Junk King Nashville is also staying on top of any changing news with regard to Nashville’s recycling program. If a new facility opens up you can bet that Junk King will be first in line to drop off trash. Junk King works best with the big items you want to get rid of. You might not think that your sofa can actually be recycled but it can. This doesn’t mean selling it as is to some other family. Instead, the right recycle center will break down the sofa and separate the wood from the metal frame and the cloth from the foam cushioning. All of that can be reused as raw material for new furniture. Bottom line: when you hire Junk King Nashville you’re doing your part to keep Nashville clean!

Nashville Junk Recycling – Recycle for Rewards

We all know we should be recycling. It’s good for the planet and helps save our natural resources. That should be enough to motivate folks, but for added incentive a new recycling reward program was just announced for Nashville residents with the goal of “catching you in the act of recycling.” The companies behind the fun are Coca-Cola Consolidated, Kroger, Metro Public Works, and the Metro Beautification and Environment. The program sets out to award Nashville residents a $50 Kroger gift card if they are “caught” recycling the right way. This program is going to run for most of the rest of the year and any single-family households in Metro’s Urban Services District will be eligible.
A mailer will be going out to those eligible residents explaining all the rules and providing a “Give it Back” sticker. To win the prize, you’ve got to stick that sticker onto your Curby recycling bin. The Coca-Cola Company is taking the lead with this program by sending out a specially designed Coca-Cola Prize Patrol Vehicle to inspect the contents of all those curbside green Curby carts to make sure that folks are tossing out the right recyclables are currently accepted in Metro’s curbside program. The prize patrol plans to award ten $50 Kroger Gift Cards each and every week until they give out 260 prizes. Right now, voluntary curbside recycling is available to up to 125,000 Nashville homes. There are also several drop-off centers all throughout Davidson County where you can take you recyclable materials.
Ever since the recycling program began in Nashville, many families have gotten into the spirit by getting the kids involved in the sorting of plastics and papers.  But what about those big things you might have sitting around your home, backyard or garage? If a metal can be recycled then so can an old metal washing machine. If bundles of newspaper can be ground up and made into new paper products then so can stacks of unused lumber. Obviously, the major difference is that with those bigger items you won’t be able to stuff them into the Curby can for a weekly pickup. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t recycle them.
Calling on a professional junk hauling crew like Junk King Nashville who is experienced in handle recyclable materials is your best option. There are actually several recycling facilities located throughout the Nashville area which are designated drop zones for all kinds of materials. You can feel good about yourself if you managed to take your big bulky items to those centers. However, will you still be feeling good if the back of your pickup or SUV got all scratched up? Will you feel good if you throw your back out while moving those heavy items? Do yourself a favor and do Nashville a favor: let the pros handle the recycling. And good luck with the contest!
For those larger items, and for the best in professional Nashville Junk Recycling, simply call 1-888-888-JUNK or book a free on site estimate online
Junk King Nashville
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Nashville, TN 37211
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