We can't keep all the good secrets to ourselves, so here are some tips for FREE disposal of items or disposal methods you already pay for:
It's the future of Zero Waste, recycling.
So many things can be recycled for FREE even at the dump. Here is a short, incomplete list to give you an idea:
Cans, plastic, glass bottles, jars, paper and cardboard.
Automotive oil, filters, car batteries, and alkaline batteries.
Most electronic waste.
2. Compost it!
With so many options for compost bins that exist today, going online and ordering a compost bin isn't very hard to reach. See the Junk Talk Blog https://junktalk.net for affordable product recommendations on compost bins! You would be surprised how many are compact, discreet and don't have to be that stinky pile of food and yard waste that we all picture when thinking about compost. This is the easiest (and cheapest) way to get rid of food and yard waste in a green way.
3. Donate it!
Goodwill, Value Village, Salvation Army, are all places you can donate at their many locations around the state. It free, tax-deductible, and good for other people that need items at a discounted or free charge. People helping people.
4. Break down and cycle trash through garbage bins
Yes, this way is time consuming, but you already pay for garbage bins so why not make the most out of it? This method doesn't work for large items or furniture unless you are able to seriously disassemble it.
If you don't have the truck, space, means or time, let us do it for You!