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post #1 of Old 03-29-2018, 01:18 AM Thread Starter
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Are they handling it in the right way?

There are a lot of junk removal services in our localities. I don't want to harm our atmosphere by burning the junks or depositing non-degradable wastes to the soil. Even though we use junk removal services, we should know how they handle the wastes. I need a service which is eco-friendly and cost-effective.
I noticed that the junk removal prices in Toronto vary with the junk that we deposit. After considering an applicable rate, I fixed the service. I asked them the same question. They told me that wastes can be mainly classified as household junks, business junks and general junks. Household junks include appliances, beds, carpet, electronics and furniture. Computers, desks and paper products create business junks and general junks include with construction materials, renovation debris, water tanks and yard wastes.
After collecting wastes, they sort the wastes and handle it in the ethical ways. If possible, they recycle it. Did you ever ask such questions to your junk removers? Are they handling it in the right way? We all have the responsibility to check it.
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