Whether you drive a jalopy, waste a lot of time, talk lots of trash, enjoy Oscar the Grouch (Sesame Street’s garbage man), or married to trash, chances are we can help you with the disposal! Perhaps that list is a stretch–since we can’t help you break your bad habits or “take out” your spouse–but we enjoy taking out the garbage, and we’ve got offers you cannot refuse! (Punny, isn’t it?)
Some say it’s a nasty business. Our dirty minds agree, and we (usually) smell good while doing it! Just because our professions are hopelessly unromantic, sometimes sweaty and sordid, we prefer this line of work. Why? Well, borrowing from an old employer’s wisdom, we think the answer to this difficult question should be intelligently stated and made crystal clear: “Well, ugh, hmm, ummm . . .”.
We’re kidding, of course. Actually, the answer is simple: We enjoy problem solving, and we find that the waste industry harbors, even justifies the continuance of, the very issues we collectively want to resolve, rather than honestly promoting environmentally attractive, viable solutions to waste-related concerns. Unsurprisingly, the large waste companies often create exactly the same problems for which they’re claiming they want to effectively eliminate, since their immediate return on investment, their bottom line is higher when it’s “business as usual.” To be sure, we want no part of that garbage business model, which is why All Things Waste seeks to be as dynamic and progressive as possible. Indeed, to see the world in any other way would be wasteful.
We may not be perfect, but we’re always on the move to bring you better waste service. Whatever solutions best fit your needs are the one we want to suggest, whether they be container rentals, disposal calculations, or recycling options, and we want these suggestions to be quick, efficient, and, you guessed it, affordable.
Unwavering commitment to . . .
Improving ourselves and the world challenges us to identify specific, purposeful, and practical objectives. We intend to realize them all.
The satisfaction of desires and preferences should include not only our own, but everyone who is, or reasonably could be, effected by our decisions.
The state of the world can always be bettered. Settling for status quo initiatives fails to create a better environment for ourselves and for future generations. The garbage industry is needs forward-looking movers and shakers, and we strive to be the leaders of a better future.