GEORGETOWN, OH (FOX19) - Rumpke is expanding its full-service garbage collection service, Haul-it-Away, to residential and commercial customers in Adams, Brown and Highland counties in Ohio and Mason County, Ky.
Haul-it-Away is unique compared to Rumpke's traditional garbage collection services because customers don't have to bring materials to a curb or dumpster. Rumpke's Haul-it-Away team will remove unwanted items, such as furniture, appliances and construction debris, directly from any location at a home or business.
"We are very excited to extend our services beyond the curb to help our customers with their indoor clean-up projects," said Todd Rumpke, regional vice president. "Whether you have a fridge you can't get to the curb or a basement full of clutter, Rumpke Haul-it-Away can help."
Haul-it-Away accepts a greater variety of materials than Rumpke typically picks-up at the curb, including tires, electronics, carpet and appliances with or without Freon. The Haul-it-Away team then sorts through items and properly disposes of them through recycling, charitable donations or disposal at the landfill.
Launched in June 2008, Rumpke also offers the Haul-it-Away program in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties in Ohio, Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Kentucky and Dearborn County, Ind.
Service rates range from $75 to $525 based on location and amount of materials to be collected. Call 1-877-4RUMPKE or visit www.rumpke.com for more information.
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