Recycling junk translates to donations
We have donated items to help families that have lost their belonging in fire and floods. We collect clothing, towels, and rags for our local fisherman. We donate bicycles and sporting equipment to local children.
We recycle more than 75% of the materials from a typical junk job. We will typically donate the reusable items. We have donated items to help families that have lost their belonging in fire and floods. We collect clothing, towels, and rags for our local fisherman. We donate bicycles and sporting equipment to local children.
The following is a sample of the things we have donated in our community:
Pianos, baseball gloves, basketballs, footballs, bats, boats, cars, televisions, trailers, books, baby crabs, bicycles, computers, toys, building supplies, office supplies, Christmas trees, weights, fishing equipment, lobster pots, tires, pool tables, office cubicles, industrial cooking equipment, thread mills, oil tanks, chairs, tables, lawn mowers, trimmers, picture frames, vacuums, lighting, dentist chairs, examination tables, sporting equipment, lawn equipment, guns, life magazines from the 1950’s, tools, swimming pools, grills, 23 baby crabs from a daycare facility, hardware supplies, grills, knives and swords, 5 gallon bucket of golf balls, baseball cards, beach chairs, taxidermy, tiffany clock, love letters, mopeds, dry goods, tiles, staging, garbage cans, hoses, decorative bricks, concrete blocks, fertilizer, cleaning equipment, fire wood, mulch, crushed stone, snow plows, electrical wire, gardening equipment, coolers, scales, dollies, battery chargers, fire extinguishers, filters, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, tables saw, file cabinets, tool boxes, rooter tiller, paint, paint supplies, shelving, leaf blowers, filming equipment, skies, gas tanks, buckets, school desk, golf clubs, golf carts, hockey sticks, luggage, sports bags, wreaths, sump pumps, charcoal, lighter fluid, candles, fencing, army camouflage, first aide kits.
We have seen it all!
If we cannot find a new home for the material we will transport the debris a licensed transfer station or incinerator. Construction materials like wood, sheetrock, and roofing will go to a transfer station, while house whole items (things commonly found in a basement clean-out) will be taken to an incinerator were it is used to create electricity.