Having trash pickup service is probably something a lot of people take for granted. As your waste builds up in the trash can within your home or business, you take the full trash bag out to the curbside bin or dumpster and that’s that until the inside trash fills again. Then on trash day you roll your bin down to the curb for pickup and take the bin back up once it has been emptied. For businesses with dumpsters, once you’ve thrown your trash in, that’s pretty much all there is to it.

Without a professional garbage disposal company to take care of the pickup and disposal for you, you or someone else in your home or office would have to make regular trips to the landfill to eliminate waste that is piling up. This means filling up a car or truck with trash bags, taking the extra time (and fuel) to drive them to the dump, potentially risking having the contents of the bag spilling out and soiling your vehicle, and potentially being injured by broken bottles or sharp metal edges (hopefully you’re recycling these).

Or, you could just start dumping the trash in your back yard and let it pile up. That would create a very stinky mess over time, it could potentially pollute the ground-water supply, and you would attract all kinds of flies, rodents, and predators looking to control the rodents.

It’s just safer, easier, and more convenient to have a professional garbage disposal company like Bay Disposal & Recycling do the dirty work for you. If you add up all the hours, the cost of gasoline it takes to make multiple trips to the landfill, plus the wear and tear on your vehicle, it can also save you money.

Bay Disposal & Recycling has dedicated trucks that are designed for easy curbside trash pickup and dumpster clearance. Since our trucks have onboard trash compactors, we can make multiple stops through your neighborhood or work location to make garbage pickup more efficient than having you and all your neighbors making multiple trips to the dump throughout the week. That’s better for the environment because it saves on fuel and air pollution, and it’s a whole lot better for you.