How does junk hauling work?
Whether you are just curious about those junk hauling trucks you see on the road, or if you are looking into junk hauling services for yourself, you've come to the right place.
The junk hauling industry is a specific subset of the waste management industry. Junk removal specialists often use open bed trucks, as opposed to the front or rear loading garbage trucks that regular trash services use. While junk hauling companies, including Sustainable Junk Removal, will often have regular contracts, we don't provide weekly trash collection at your curb, the way a municipality like Denver or a company like Waste Management might. Instead, we are called out for specific needs.
The kind of situations where you might call a junk hauling service include:
The history of the industry doesn't go back that far. While there have likely been people who hauled junk for as long as there's been trash, the idea of a competitive industry of junk hauling specialists is relatively recent. Our largest competitor, 1-800-GOT-JUNK, started in 1989, which is likely where organized junk hauling began. They are now an international corporation, based out of Canada, with over 150 locations in three countries. We are not here to trash the competition (pun intended); there's plenty of junk to go around. Their success is incredibly impressive! What's also impressive is their commitment to reducing landfill waste, which is what motivated us to start Sustainable Junk Removal.
Your junk isn't simply dumped into a landfill when you use a reputable junk hauler, like Sustainable Junk Removal. One advantage of the open bed junk hauling truck is the ability to sort and organize items as they are loaded. Your junk can be separated into categories such as:
We try to stay up to date on eco-friendly junk hauling and the world, and we want to share our information with you!