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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.

Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Some items are especially hazardous to people and the environment or require specialized disposal methods. This can mean extra fees, complex regulations and limitations on how and where they can be disposed. We'll help you take care of hazardous waste disposal quickly, safely, and without the hassle of trying to do it yourself. We'll navigate the complex federal and local regulations so you don't have to.

Contact us for a quote and we'll provide you with a price specific to you special disposal needs. Your quote will include labor, transportation and disposal of your waste materials.

Special Disposal

Some materials are considered especially toxic or may be harmful to people and the environment. These items are regulated by strict laws and guidelines for safe disposal. To protect public health and the environment from chemicals and toxic heavy metals, some materials should never be thrown out with common household waste.

We care about our community and the environment which is why we take our commitment to responsible disposal seriously. Our waste disposal professionals are licensed, insured and qualified to remove asbestos, chemicals, solvents, oils, and paints, medical waste, oil tanks and drums and tires.

You can learn more about hazardous waste disposal and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Laws and Regulations by visiting the United States Environmental Protection Agency website.