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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.

Printer, Scanner and Fax Machine Removal

If you’re ready to ditch your old printer or scanner and reclaim desk space, book an appointment with Arwood Waste. We'll help you say goodbye to your old fax machine once and for all and process your scanner and printer for recycling.

Regardless of what condition your electronics are in, we'll take care of everything. All you need to do is book your appointment and we'll handle the rest. You can also view our prices online so you’ll know what you can expect to pay.

Equipment in working order is donated to a local charity. Devices and accessories that are no longer usable are recycled. We always responsibly dispose of any materials that can't be reused or recycled.

How to Dispose of Electronics and E-Waste

We care about our community and the environment which is why we take our commitment to responsible disposal seriously.

Many electronic devices, including printers, scanners and fax machines, contain materials that can be harmful to your health and the environment. These items should never be thrown out with common household waste. When we dispose of your printer, scanner or fax machine, components that contain hazardous materials are removed and disposed of separately and in compliance with local and federal regulations.

We do this to protect public health and the environment from chemicals and toxic heavy metals, including cadmium and lead. These materials can enter the environment and accumulate in crops, livestock, fish, drinking water and the air we breathe.

Visit RecycleGuide.org for more information on recycling electronics and a list of over 200 household items you can recycle.