Ed Stripay already carries the title of Pittsburgh’s Junk King. He strives to be the greenest junk man in Western Pennsylvania.
As owner of one of the nation’s 60 Junk King franchises, Stripay for four years has run a business that hauls away things that people and companies no longer want. With a complement of 15 workers, Junk King Pittsburgh is a clean-out business that will take any nonhazardous, nontoxic item that will fit in one of its four trucks.
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Junk King in Pittsburgh is expanding its “rule.” The local junk removal company announced today that it will begin offering dumpster drop-off services.
Renowned as the area’s most eco-friendly junk removal provider, it will begin giving local businesses and consumers access to dumpster boxes, which they can rent and load themselves. Armed with special rubber wheels, the driveway-friendly boxes will arrive on-site without causing disruption to a driveway or property. Saving people time, space and money, the dumpsters will debut in Pittsburgh on May 1st.
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Ed Stripay’s career is a varied one. He’s been a restaurant manager, a technical writer, a farmer and now a franchisee. One thing that has remained constant, however, is his passion for the environment. Through a franchise broker, he found a company that is equally invested in the Earth. Now the owner of Junk King Pittsburgh, Stripay is reaping the rewards of his hard work. Read full article at www.entrepreneur.com