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Garbage collection is a major aspect of waste disposal for both residential homeowners and commercial businesses. It is important to understand that trash is typically collected in bins or from dumpsters, and then taken to landfills. Proper disposal is important for the environment, as is daily recycling. Below you will find some helpful terms to assist you with fully understanding garbage collection and the services that assist with this all over the nation.

  • Recycling – The process of converting plastic, scrap metal, and paper waste into reusable material.
  • Trash Pick Up Service – This is a garbage collection service that typically goes to countless residential homes and commercial businesses weekly, in order to collect garbage.
  • Landfill – A designated place where trash/waste is hauled to and disposed of, and buried under soil.
  • Recycling Bin – These are typically plastic bins that are used at homes and businesses to collect recyclable solid waste in.
  • Trash Removal Service – A type of professional service that will come to remove scrap metal, plastic containers, paper, beverage cans, and other types of waste from a specific location.
  • Garbage Management – The act of collecting trash and sorting through the waste to separate paper products, aluminum cans, plastic containers, and other items that can be recycled.
  • Trash Dumpster – A large steel container used in commercial and industrial settings, as well as cities to dispose of waste and junk in.
  • Battery Disposal – Batteries generally need to be disposed of in specific or designated trash bins, since they are a type of hazardous waste.
    Environmentalists Every Day Association
    Washington, DC 20008
    We are Environmentalists Every Day, America's Solid Waste Industry. Comprised of individuals and groups who are all dedicated to helping free the Earth of all the garbage that we've put onto it.
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    Waste Connections of Tennessee
    621 E Brooks Rd, Memphis, TN 38116
    Offering flexible pickup schedules and friendly service, Waste Connections of Memphis provides dependable garbage collection services. Waste Connections now offers a recycling rewards program.
    (901) 398-5400
    Southern Disposal
    621 E Brooks Rd, Memphis, TN 38116
    Let us haul away your garbage and recyclables. Our services are both dependable and affordable. We also offer our customers flexible pickups that work with their schedules. Call us today to learn more about what we do.
    (901) 398-5400
    J & J Waste
    Memphis, TN 38166
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    (901) 794-2227
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    Resourceful Environmental Services
    Batesville, MS 38606
    (888) 839-2830
    Panola County of
    425 James Rudd Dr, Batesville, MS 38606
    (662) 563-4104
    Allied Waste
    Marks, MS 38646
    (662) 326-8840
    Republic Services
    1010 Rogers Rd, Marks, MS 38646
    (662) 326-8840
    Tate County of
    406 W Main St, Senatobia, MS 38668
    (662) 562-4478
    Yalobusha County
    80 County Road 437, Water Valley, MS 38965
    (662) 473-5024
    City of Water Valley
    102 Blount St, Water Valley, MS 38965
    (662) 473-4229
    Crime Stoppers
    102 Ed Perry Blvd, Oxford, MS 38655
    (662) 234-8477
    City of Oxford Sanitation Department
    717 Molly Barr Rd, Oxford, MS 38655
    (662) 232-2325
    Waste Management
    Oxford, MS 38655
    (877) 430-0362
    Mid-South Waste Disposal
    18828 Highway 61 N, Lyon, MS 38645
    (662) 627-9646
    Four Seasons Garden Center
    1745 Highway 51 S, Hernando, MS 38632
    (662) 449-1768

    Homeowners generally put out their trash cans once per week for pickup services. Each town and city is different in terms of which days garbage collection will take place. Usually, recycling services take place the same day. If your municipal garbage truck comes by on Fridays, for instance, you put your trash out in the morning by the curb so it’s ready for pick up. Garbage collection occurs in every community, a free service offered by your town or city. Food by-products and other products we use, must be disposed of. Some people have compost piles in their backyards for biodegradable food items, like banana peels and coffee grounds. However, all the other stuff we generate, from food packaging to diapers, ends up in the trash. Garbage collectors will accept many items for removal, including regular trash bags and cans full of garbage. They will also take furniture, as some communities specify that you can put out one large piece of furniture for removal per week. They will sometimes haul construction junk, scrap metal and leaf refuse, but they generally will not accept computers, TVs and appliances for disposal. They also will not accept hazardous waste, like paint thinner, because solid and oil waste must be safely disposed of in other ways, generally at a dump or landfill in your area. Recycle services are closely related to garbage collection, but items are placed into separate bins, one for each item, including paper, plastic, glass and tin items like cans. Recycling collectors manage these items by placing them into separate containers for transport to a recycling facility. The next time you put your recycling bins and trash cans curbside, remember that’s the first step in a long chain of garbage collection that ends in disposal at the dump.
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