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Junk We Take - We Minimize Waste

No matter how large or small, Arwood Waste can handle your junk removal needs. We take household junk, construction and general debris, office equipment, heavy materials and much more. From hot tubs to fencing to concrete and junk cars, we haul it all! We'll do all the heavy lifting, loading, and hauling so you don't have have to lift a finger, except to point at what you need gone.

We evaluate the condition of your junk and determine if it can be recycled or should be disposed. If it can be donated, we'll take care of that too. We take the responsible disposal of your junk seriously.

Heavy and Dense Material Removal

If you're renovating a home or replacing a driveway, the heavy lifting and removal of concrete, bricks, and other especially heavy materials can be exhausting. Because of its size, bulk and weight, construction and demolition debris and other dense materials are typically not accepted by curbside waste removal and recycling programs.

Arwood Waste can lighten your load by hauling and removing these heavy materials for you. We can remove all types of non-hazardous construction and demolition waste and debris. Because of weight restrictions on a trucks bedload, there is a slight difference in price for disposing of concrete, bricks, and other dense materials. Don't worry, you can view our pricing online and we'll go over any questions you may have when you book your appointment.

Items We Take Include

  • Asphalt
  • Bricks
  • Concrete
  • Dirt

Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling

We are committed to responsible disposal of your construction and demolition debris and other heavy and dense materials. In addition to removing these items for you, we will sort through everything we remove and recycle as much material as possible. This means we're turning your waste materials into new resources and keeping them out of landfills.  These waste diversion practices reduce the impact on the environment by recovering, reusing, and recycling materials whenever possible.