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12/23/2014
By: Deb G.
Packman Disposal Inc
I have used Packman for 6 years now, and in the past year, the service has declined; I used to be able to neatly put out items of a reasonable size outside of a trash can and they'd take it (heck, I've seen them take under dressers of an old water bed), not anymore: branches, tv box, chopped up wood, etc. But if I take the time to cram it into a can (which is NOT easier to dump in this form), they do. ??? Just yesterday we put out both; cans and stacked wood with a tv box, along with their xmas gift (2 bottles of hooch). Because they refuse to go beyond and touch anything other than a can, they missed out on the gifts left. By the time we got home, we had to drag the stacked wood and gifts back into the garage. Mind you, I'm a little gal who could easily pick these items up to move... so I don't understand why they don't anymore. Again, been with for 6 years now, but if not in a can, forget about it.
05/30/2014
By: John D.
Packman Disposal Inc
Hopefully not a duplicate review. I love these guys, always put my cans back into my drive, off the street and sidewalk. Always pick up the trash, never a single issue. Highly recommended.
Tips & Advices
The cost of trash pickup often depends on the size of the garbage container and whether the service is being handled by the city or a private company. The monthly rate for weekly pickup of a 48- gallon garbage container can run around $20 if this service is handled by a local municipality, while pickup for a 96-gallon cart can cost roughly $22. Rates are often higher when working with a private company.
A compost cart is used for the pickup of compostable items. The list of compostable items includes yard debris, such as branches and plant trimmings; a wide variety of food products, including everything from baked goods to poultry to fruits, grains, and sauces; non-recyclable paper products such as used paper plates and cups; and miscellaneous items, such as cotton balls, hair, and wooden toothpicks.
Trash should always be placed in a trash container when possible. However, if you have more trash than you're able to fit into your trash container, some trash pickup companies will accept the trash if it is bagged and placed next to the full container. Many trash pickup companies will accept up to five extra bags at no charge.
The most common residential trash container size is 96 gallons. A 96-gallon container is large enough to meet the needs of the average family, and it's generally able to handle weekly collection cycles without overflow. This is the largest residential trash container that a garbage truck's automated side loader can accommodate.
Paint cans should not be placed in regular trash bins. Paint and paint thinners can be hazardous to the environment, and these items require special handling when it comes to disposal. If you have paint cans that need to be disposed off, call your trash pickup company to make special arrangement to have them removed.

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