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Looking for a fast, simple way to dispose of your unwanted electronics in Boston? Not sure how to recycle that big old projection television, your outdated laptop, old appliances, or a microwave that's lost it's zap?
As the world's largest junk removal service 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is available to take care of all your residential and commercial electronic disposal needs. Our team of uniformed junk removal experts will come to your apartment, office, retail store, or storage space - you just point and junk disappears!
Here at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? we understand that when you own or operate a business, you don't want to spend your time renting a truck, loading up your e-waste, and hauling it away to an approved facility for recycling. That's why we work hard to make electronics recycling in Boston easy for our commercial clients.
Our professional, uniformed crews are fully insured, so you can feel comfortable with having us at your workplace. In many cases, we can provide business owners and managers with same-day service, and we'll come at a time that works best for you - simply call 1-800-GOT-JUNK? or go online to book your e-waste pickup!
When you call 1-800-GOT-JUNK? you can sit back, relax, and let us do all the heavy lifting. That's right - you won't have to sort through your junk, box anything up, or drag your junk to the curb. Simply show us what we're up against - we'll take care of the rest!
When we arrive, our team will carefully sort through all your unwanted e-junk. We'll donate any good, reusable items to a local charitable organization, and we'll take all the rest of your waste electronics to an approved, licensed e-waste facility for responsible recycling.
Once we're done loading up our truck with your unwanted electronics, we'll even sweep up, leaving you with a nice, junk-free space to enjoy!
We're glad you asked! Virtually every single item that runs off electricity or portable battery power contains components that can be re-claimed and re-used - components made of non-renewable natural resources like copper, aluminum, gold, cadmium, mercury and silver.
Here's a list of some of the e-waste items 1-800-GOT-JUNK? will pick up to be recycled in Boston:
Televisions and computer monitors
Computers, laptops, and tablets
Printers and fax machines
Extension cords and cables
DVD players and VCRs
Video game systems
And much, much more
By participating in electronics recycling in Boston, you can feel good about the fact that you're doing your part to reduce the demand for raw materials. You're also helping to protect groundwater from contamination by e-waste items by ensuring hazardous materials stay out of our landfills, and you're also helping to support nonprofit groups that rely on donations of good, reusable computers and electronics - way to go!
Here at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? we believe that through sound environmental practices we can make a difference both today, and for future generations. We carefully measure all the junk we handle and track where it goes, and we're always looking for ways to divert more junk away from landfills.
When you're ready to experience instant relief from your unwanted junk, give us a call at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? or go online to book your appointment today. We're in your neighborhood and we're happy to help you recycle your electronics in Boston.
Hi, my name is Judy Briggs and I own the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Boston West franchise servicing the Worcester and Boston areas. Being a consumer and homeowner, I understood the difficulties in getting rid of large bulky items and I realized just how amazing the opportunity to own a 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise was going to be. I started my Worcester junk removal franchise in July of 2003 and loved the business so much I decided to expand by purchasing my second 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise, Boston West, which opened in March of 2006.
Now with two junk hauling franchises, eight 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks and 22 junk removal experts, we service communities such as Auburn, Winchendon, Worcester, Lancaster, Sterling, Leominster, Fitchburg, Gardner, Boylston, Marlborough, Westborough, Southborough, Northborough, Ashland, Hopkinton, Natick, Framingham, Dover, Westwood, Norwood, Needham, Dedham, Wellesley, Wayland, Weston, Sudbury, Milton, West Roxbury, Hyde Park, Dorchester, and Newton.
Prior to joining the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team I worked in the healthcare field for over 20 years, working for two of the major insurance carriers in the area. Although corporate America was exciting, it’s not as exciting as the day-to-day operations of 1-800-GOT-JUNK?. Where else could you go to work wearing a blue wig and be recognized as the ‘junk lady’? This has become a term of endearment over the years since traditionally the waste industry is a male dominated industry Over the last few years we have been fortunate to partner with a certified recycling facility that recycles up to 90% of the items we remove from our customer’s homes and businesses. In addition to our recycling efforts, we are very proud to work with such charities as Cradles to Crayons, Planet Aid, and the Salvation Army to provide donations of clothing, toys, books, and furniture. Other charities that we are proud to be actively involved with are: The Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center, United Way, Genesis Fund, Babies Breathe, RRUFF (Rescued Rottweilers United with Family and Friends), Worcester County Food Pantry, and Boxes For The Troops.
In addition to great charities, I’m also affiliated with such groups as Community Associations Institute (CAI), Business Networking International (BNI), New England Women Business Owners, the Chamber of Commerce in both Worcester and Framingham, Senior Services Network, Builders Association of Central Massachusetts, Massrecycle and Entrepreneurs Organization (EO)– Boston. In the last year I have joined the Board of Directors for both Massrecycle and Entrepreneurs Organization.
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Also, check out Judy's story on page 306 in the book "21 Questions for 21 Millionaires".