We Clean Dumpsters, a cleaning and sanitizing service provider for commercial dumpster and residential trash cans for solid waste, recycling, and compost, are now providing donation-based services to low income neighborhoods and schools throughout Buncombe County.
Over 400 million strands of bacteria can be found in and around dumpsters and trash cans, including Salmonella, E. Coli, and Listeria, creating a foul-smelling, disease-infested environment. Dirty trash containers also attract insects, maggots, rodents and wild animals such as bears.
We Clean Dumpsters provide an efficient, easy, and affordable curbside trash and recycle container-cleaning service to residential and commercial communities, to protect from the hazards of bacterial and fungal infection commonly detected in un-cleaned containers. Containers are sanitized using high pressure, and hot water at 190 degrees, and sprayed with an odor neutralizer leaving receptacles disinfected, and deodorized.
“With the recent impact COVID-1919 has had on our livelihoods, and businesses, particularly in lower income neighborhoods, we want to help do our part to keep Asheville clean.”, says Emilios Tahinci, owner, “While we have paid services for any business, or residential property, we felt it important to create donation-based campaigns to give back and protect our local communities”.
We Clean Dumpsters is accepting inquiries for this program, and will host its first cleaning service Monday, September 14th, at 12:00 pm at Hill Crest Apartments, 100 Atkinson St, Asheville, NC 28801.
Property managers and business owners can contact Emilios Tahinci, at [email protected], to coordinate a campaign.
Media, and any individuals interested in supporting, or attending this event can visit the We Clean AVL donation page, https://fundly.com/wecleanavl-1.