Student Works Disposal Now Recycles Old Furniture and Equipment

Most of people’s old furniture and equipments end up in landfill sites, creating problems for the Earth’s environment. Student Works Disposal now offers sustainable discarding of household junk at http://www.studentworksdisposal.com/.

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Student Works Disposal

Student Works Disposal

This initiative is taken in order to ease the ever-increasing burden of waste on the Earth’s environment.

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) May 24, 2014

Student Works Disposal has recently announced that it will be accepting household garbage, including old furniture and electronic goods, from customers in Vancouver to recycle and reuse. This initiative is taken in order to ease the ever-increasing burden of waste on the Earth’s environment. The company strongly believes in environment-friendly business processes and sustainable waste disposal. As a result, Student Works Disposal collects and recycles (whenever possible) old garbage from residents and commercial units in Vancouver, while providing its customers with world-class junk removal services.

Junk Accepted by Student Works Disposal

Customers can call for the recycle and removal of appliances, such as old refrigerators and television sets. Other electronic appliances could range from defunct radios and microwave ovens to old computer sets, printers and other machines. The company also accepts mattresses that need to be removed and recycled. Apart from these items, old furniture can also be disposed of with the help of the Student Works Disposal team, along with goods like carpets, rugs and curtains. Broken tires, old tape records and other mixed waste are also accepted.

The company believes that most of household waste ends up in landfill sites, which are causing a huge problem for the environment. By actively recycling and reusing old junk, residents of Vancouver can help preserve the environment. Consequently, the company sends professionally trained crew to gather junk from the customer’s house and also rents out garbage bins of varying sizes to help customers with their own junk removal activities. Since the Student Works Disposal hires students, the rates provided to customers are affordable and market-competitive.

About Student Works Disposal

Started by Eddie W. and John P., two students of BCIT, Student Works Disposal is a unique entrepreneurial venture that is aimed at providing struggling students with a part-time job and ensuring environment-friendly junk removal services by recycling household and commercial waste. Student Works Disposal has market-competitive rubbish removal rates, curbside junk removal quotes, and professional staff for garbage removal and moving services.

For more information, log on to http://www.studentworksdisposal.com or call 778 288 8009. Further details on services and prices are available on http://www.studentworksdisposal.com.


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