JUNK REMOVAL GWINNETT COUNTY
Junk removal in Gwinnett County is the elimination of unwanted items. Some items will be delivered to a local landfill (the dump), some will be recycled, and others can be delivered and donated to your favorite charity.
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Gwinnett County basements, garages, attics all need to be free of junk. Is yours? Sometimes a visit to your location is necessary as you make decisions about what stays and what goes. Our service includes a pre-sorting of items so you can clearly see, and jacuzzi removal and hot tub haul off in Gwinnett.
For example, our Gwinnett County trained technicians can create three areas of decision. Area One can be those items that you are certain they are going. Area Two can be your, "ehhh... maybe yes; maybe no" section. And, Area Three can be those items you want to keep, but need temporary space; we can reset them for you!
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Gwinnett County's Got Junk!
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When your junk can't wait. Even, call us late. We are open until 8pm in Gwinnett County, GA.
Early morning, late night or anywhere in between. Our schedules are never so packed that we can't squeeze you in.
Here is a brief list of what we do: Junk, trash and debris removal with cleanup, eliminate jumble, rubbish, discard, remove, litter cleanup, mess, untidiness, scrap, post-construction debris, critter-litter removal, refuse, garbage, reject, shed, throw away, haul off, and dump it.
I highly recommend this business. Eric was a pleasure to work with; very affordable; easy to schedule with, and thorough. Above all, he was fun to work with and he's got a great concept for "junk removal." It's more than junk; it's a story. You'll just have to hire him to completely understand. If you have any amount of stuff you need to clear from your home, call Eric; he can help.
He came out with his professional Sprinter the next day. Very pleased with his service.
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers recycled
Here is the complete list of appliances we remove and recycle: refrigerator, washer, dryer, microwave, stove, dishwasher, water heater, trash compactor, garbage disposal, oven, sink, faucet, hot water heater.
If you called us, it's true. You have something that you no longer want. Here is a list of unwanted items to haul off from your old office: Here is the list of office furniture: old computer, desktop, laptop, iPad, office trash can, printer, copier, fax machine, old computer monitor, television, carpet protector, filing cabinet, cubicle, general office equipment, phones, old TVs, office chairs.
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Post-construction Junk Removal list: brick, tile, removal, flooring removal, oven, stove, grill, safe removal, bird baths, rock pond removal, dog house, tree house tear down hauling, plants, shrubs, wallpaper, junk under kitchen cabinets, cabinets, drywall, mortar, carpet, lumber, fencing, decks, roofing material, plywood, wet carpet, carpet padding, nails, paint, bathtubs, sinks, hot tubs, doors, junk plumbing parts, and garbage disposals.
Indoor furniture removal: sofas, futons, recliners, couches, chairs, old furniture, bookcases, office furniture, desks, mattresses, box springs, pool table removal, and ping pong table removal.
Outdoor furniture removal and other junk
Outdoor junk is also part of our junk and debris removal service. Here is the outdoor junk removal: swing set removal, hot tub removal, gas grills, junk charcoal grills, riding lawnmower pickup, jacuzzi removal, lumber, pallets, decks, boxes, trash, rubbish, patio furniture, outdoor furniture removal, leaves and other yard debris, trampoline removal and haul off, and old basketball goals. Solid waste and environmental recycling is good for our planet.
Here are a few questions people ask: how much does it cost to haul away junk in Gwinnett County, who to call in Gwinnett that hauls away my old mattress, and do you haul away old riding lawn mowers?
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GWINNETT COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN
In 1990, the Georgia Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Act became law. Among other matters, the Act requires local governments to complete a local solid waste management plan and to update it periodically. Gwinnett County and many of the municipalities within the county developed a state-approved solid waste management plan in 1991 that was amended in 1993 and 1994 (SWMP 1991, amended). After more than 10 years, an update to the local solid waste management plan is required.
At the same time, citizens in Gwinnett County began expressing growing concerns about the management of solid waste collections and impacts to quality of life. The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, therefore, directed its Solid Waste Citizens Advisory Board and Solid Waste and Recycling Coordinator to undertake a study of solid waste issues; make recommendations for their resolution, if necessary; and prepare the drafting of an update to the SWMP 1991, amended to include the Cities of Berkeley Lake, Dacula, Duluth, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Norcross, Snellville, Sugar Hill and Suwanee.
After an intensive 16-month study undertaken by national solid waste experts and an extensive stakeholder participation process in which more than 5000 citizens contributed, this document was prepared. It serves as the Plan Update to the local comprehensive solid waste management plan, as required by state law. It covers a planning period from 2005 – 2020 and includes the physical area and political jurisdictions of Gwinnett County and the participating Plan Update Cities.
The Plan Update addresses provisions that are required by state law and regulations by examining the 5 core planning elements:
1) Waste reduction, 2) Waste collection, 3) Waste disposal, 4) Land limitation, and 5) Education and public involvement.
The Plan Update meets the requirements for a revised local comprehensive solid waste management plan by calculating current and future solid waste disposal amounts per person over the course of the planning period and by:
• Providing an inventory and assessment of existing solid waste programs; xii
• Providing assurance of adequate solid waste handling capability and disposal capacity;
• Identifying solid waste management needs and establishing local goals;
• Identifying strategies to accomplish the local goals and to meet the State’s per capita municipal solid waste reduction goal and targets;
• Identifying an implementation and financial plan to accomplish the local and state goals; and
• Identifying the roles and responsibilities of governmental agencies, the private sector and the general public in addressing effective solid waste management.
The Plan Update provides a strategy for managing solid waste in an environmentally sound, cost-effective and service enhanced manner. In addition to the analysis undertaken in drafting the Plan Update, residents’ concerns have been heard and cost-effective and efficient collection proposals have been studied. Key conclusions of the study, stakeholder involvement and Plan Update analysis are outlined below.
Study and Stakeholder Conclusions
• Gwinnett County’s current system of non-exclusive franchise, voluntary resident participation and residential solid waste and recycling collection has served the needs in the past.
• The current system now is inefficient, not cost-effective and limits the services the County can provide.
• An estimated 20,000 households do not use residential curbside solid waste or recycling collection service.
• There is too much truck traffic in neighborhoods, adding noise and pollution, and compromising safety and public health.
• Illegal dumping has increased in recent years.
• Citizens want more recycling.
• Citizens have asked for a change.
• Solid Waste collection programs within the cities, except Suwanee, are meeting current needs.