Last summer, international food-service giant, Aramark, embarked on a new initiative that puts all their food scraps to work: Composting. This was an EPA-funded pilot program that was started with Aramark employees at West Chester University. It proved to be so successful that it subsequently was put into action at other Aramark entities such as restaurants, senior living facilities and the Chester County Hospital. This growing season, that compost is being put to work fertilizing gardens throughout the area. This is a positive step towards the goal of achieving zero-waste for all of Pennsylvania.
How close do you think your home is to achieving zero-waste? It helps if you are recycling and composting but you don’t have to stop there. Anything that is taken out of your home that is considered trash should be considered for recycling. This where a company like Junk King Philadelphia can be a big benefit.
Since they began collecting junk in the area, Junk King quickly became the number one junk hauler for Philly. This happened because of a combination of things like providing excellent customer service and a fair pricing policy. But it also happened because of how Junk King disposes of what it collects. They strive to keep the majority of junk out of landfills. That is what everyone should be aiming for.
What do you have to get rid of around your house? You turn over to Junk King everything from old electronics to old sofas. And you won’t be straining your back at all. The squad from Junk King is doing all the lifting and loading. That might actually help you decide what to get rid of. There won’t be any restrictions on weight or stairs.
When the crew arrives, they’ll look over all the things you want to get rid of. Before they load anything, they’ll give you an estimate that will be based on how they’re going to pack the truck. They always want to pack tight and that will translate into the low end of the pricing scale. To get rid of your junk in West Chester the right way, the smart move is to bring in Junk King Philadelphia from the start.