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Household waste accounts for over half of the trash that ends up in landfills. Every trash collection service has a unique list of items, classified as household waste. There are primarily two waste collection options, including one-time and recurring. Not all households utilize these services, as there are other waste disposal options available in some areas. People who reside in a city, town, or municipality with stringent waste disposal regulations must subscribe to recurring trash collection services.
While recurring household waste collection services are beneficial for property owners, they are lacking in some areas. For example, some of these services refuse to collect items that do not fall within their household waste classification. This forces consumers to look elsewhere for the disposal of non-household waste.
Our Professional Waste Pickup Services
We offer two waste collection services – a one-time pickup and recurring pickups. Our one-time waste collection service is ideal for all residents with non-household waste. When your trash collection service refuses to accept your rubbish, we are here to help. Our junk removal team will be dispatched to your property for a one-time pickup per your request.
Our Professional Trash Collection Prices
Waste collection prices vary from one company to another. We understand the financial struggles many consumers face on a daily basis, which is why our prices are kept at a minimum. We never overcharge a customer for our services. Instead, we offer great deals on the best household trash collection service in the city.
The average price for a recurring household trash collection service is $20 per month. Some companies charge more for larger loads. Our set rate is across the board. We offer free quotes for all commercial and residential waste collection services. To learn more, do not hesitate to reach out to our local customer support via landline, email, or official website.
Tips To Decrease Household Waste
Regardless of how determined you and your family are to eliminate household waste, it is impossible. On a good note, it is possible to minimize your household by updating your waste disposal regimen. Decreasing your household waste will not only help you save money on your monthly bill but also protect the environment. Waste in landfills is responsible for a large percentage of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Keeping as much of your household waste out of the landfill will protect the environment from further greenhouse gas damage.
Decrease your household waste by updating your disposal strategy:
- Recycle eligible trash, such as plastic milk containers, metal soup cans, and cardboard boxes
- Donate unwanted items to a local charity
- Switch from disposable plates to non-disposable plates
- Stop buying plastic water bottles, buy a water filtration system instead
- Reduce the number of times you eat out each week to avoid collecting disposal fast-food containers
- Transition from disposable food storage containers to reusable containers
- Breakdown large unwanted items, such as bicycles, treadmills, and vacuum cleaners and sell internal components via an online marketplace
- Donate appliances to a repair service for parts
- Make repairs whenever possible to eliminate the need to dispose of and buy new
- Compost eligible items, such as yard debris, pet bedding, old pet food, tea bags, coffee filters, cardboard boxes, newspapers, paper grocery bags, toilet paper, paper towels, and food leftovers
Minimize Leftover Food Waste
Contrary to belief, leftover food in landfills generate a greenhouse gas known as “methane”. Doing your part to protect the environment is as simple as minimizing your food waste. This is really not too much to ask because it is possible with a few changes in your meal preparation, grocery shopping, and disposal strategy.
- Avoid buying too much
- Keep portions to a minimum
- Save leftovers for recipe ingredients
- Freeze leftovers for future meals
- Donate leftovers to a needy family, senior citizen, or charity
- Never grocery shop on an empty stomach
Combat Plastic Household Waste
Minimizing your plastic household waste is as simple as avoiding buying food in disposal containers. Switch from plastic containers to cardboard boxes can also help. Recycle plastic items to keep them out of the landfill.