We haul construction debris
Tree branch and brush removal
Any kind of material that you could possibly have we haul it all!
We donate oil to AutoZone
We donate certain items to thrift stores and goodwill all the time so if it is a donatable item that is one course we take
There is no job too small or big so give us a call you will be satisfied with our service!
All items that are not donatable are taken directly to the city landfill.
Indianapolis, Beech Grove, Avon, 20 mile radius!
junk removal, trash hauling, bulk trash pickup
here below are items that we CAN haul away that are hazardous that the landfills will not accept!
(((If you have old chemicals, cleaners, solvents, car batteries, used motor oil or pesticides, then you have Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). How to identify Household Hazardous Waste: Read the label. Look for words like Danger, Warning or Caution. A hazardous product has at least one of the following properties: Toxic – Toxic materials are either poisonous or cause long-term illnesses, like cancer. Pesticides, paint thinners, cleaners and automotive supplies are some examples of potentially toxic materials. Look for warnings like “Harmful”, “Fatal if swallowed” or “Use only in a well ventilated area.” Flammable – These materials burn easily. Paint thinners and other solvents, as well as many automotive products are often flammable. Look for warnings on the label like “Do not use near heat or flame”, “Combustible”, etc. Corrosive – Corrosive products eat through materials (acid, for example). Examples include oven cleaners, drain cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners and auto batteries. Look for warnings like “Causes severe burns on contact,” “Can burn eyes, skin, throat, etc.” Reactive – These are products that can explode (when exposed to heat, air, water or shock). There are few consumer products still on the market that are explosive, but some older explosive products may still be stored in some homes.)))
KEEP IN MIND!
ToxDrop – Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Sites Dispose of unwanted and unused household hazardous waste on set dates/times during ToxDrop events throughout the city. You can dispose of 20 gallons of liquid waste or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit. Transport it in plastic crates, cardboard boxes, storage bins, or in other containers that are easy to see through and access. Waste brought in trash bags may not be accepted. Notice: MCWEC does not provide this service. You must contact the Department of Public Works to verify times and acceptable items to dispose of by calling 317-327-2234 or visiting their website:
its a lot easier to call us and we can take care of it all that way you can focus on your family time or next project!