Most of us use a paper product every day. That's because paper products make up about 71 million tons of the municipal waste stream, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The good news is that more and more Americans are recycling paper.
When recycled, cardboard is used to make chipboard like cereal boxes, paperboard, paper towels, tissues and printing or writing paper. It's also made into more corrugated cardboard.
How It Works:
Step 1: We give a free phone estimate or schedule a upfront free appointment at a time that is convenient for you right over the phone.
Step 2: We call 15min -30min before the scheduled appointment to let you know our technicians are in route.
Step 3: One of our clean trucks arrives on-time at the customer's home or business and our friendly, uniformed driver will introduce there self.
Step 4: Our technicians will ask you to point to the paper that need to be remove.
Step 5: Our technicians will do all the loading and lifting.
Step 6: The paper is removed and a thorough clean up of the site is completed on a professional level.