Introducing Waste Industry Job Listings – Wrecking & Dismantling Industries

Waste & Recycling Workers Week is helping employers in the waste industry find the right people for the job with our new Waste Industry Job Listings. Employers can submit information about open positions using the Post a Job form. These positions are then shared on the Waste & Recycling Workers Week website for job seekers to view and apply.

From route managers and drivers to sales managers and mechanics, we are proud help companies in the waste industry reach more job candidates from a variety of backgrounds and experience levels. We are connecting the right people with the right job right now!

Start Hiring Now with Waste & Recycling Workers Week

You don’t have to look far to find articles about household waste piling up, cities struggling to fill positions in waste management, or the impact of COVID and Omicron on curbside collection services. Now, more than ever, we need to connect individuals seeking employment with available openings and jobs that are essential to the health and safety of every community.

Looking for a Job?

Find the job or career that is right for you. From office staff and sales to drivers and diesel technicians, jobs are available now! View available positions now at WasteRecyclingWorkersWeek.org.

Remembering Dr. King’s Legacy | For Freedom and Peace

Those of us at Waste and Recycling Workers Week take this time to commemorate the history of Martin Luther King Jr., and the work that he did towards creating equality in America.

We appreciate each and every one of you, and wish freedom and peace be yours.

“Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.” -Martin Luther King Jr

Recycled Home by Arwood Site Services – Jacksonville Florida

Before and After Photos of a Home Wrecking project performed by Arwood Site Services.

3 bd1 ba1,053 sqft
2645 Edison Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204

This single-family home is located at 2645 Edison Ave, Jacksonville, FL. 2645 Edison Ave is in the Mixon Town neighborhood in Jacksonville, FL and in ZIP code 32204. This property has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and approximately 1,053 sqft of floor space. This property has a lot size of 5102 sqft and was built in 1915.

Commercial Drop Box Rentals in Antioch, CA

Safety and service driven

Drop box and roll off services are a great way to save money, increase efficiency and promote sustainability. Whether you need occasional hauls or several times a day, The Dependable Dumpsters has the experience, dependability, and equipment to keep you on schedule.

Construction Roll Off Services

  • Construction projects large and small
  • Demolition projects

Commercial Drop Box

  • Building remodels
  • Event venues
  • Landscape projects

Antioch

City in California

Description

Antioch is the third-largest city in Contra Costa County, California, United States. Located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area along the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. The city’s population was 115,291 at the 2020 census. The city has grown substantially more diverse since the 1970s.

Construction Waste Management Services in Anchorage, Alaska

 Dependable Dumpsters offers construction and demolition project managers:

  • Safe, professional drivers
  • A large inventory of container sizes
  • Helpful guidance for homeowner projects
  • Prompt delivery and removal of containers
  • Long-standing experience in construction and demolition (C&D) waste removal

Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, is in the south-central part of the state on the Cook Inlet. It’s known for its cultural sites, including the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which displays traditional crafts, stages dances, and presents replicas of dwellings from the area’s indigenous groups. The city is also a gateway to nearby wilderness areas and mountains including the Chugach, Kenai and Talkeetna.

Demolition Dumpsters for Rent in Anaheim, CA

Helping to Keep Your Worksites Cleaner

Dependable Dumpsters can provide a safe and dependable dumpster rental option to haul away large amounts of debris/waste. Whether performing your own DIY project, cleaning out a room/area in your home, remodeling your home, renovating your business, or removing waste from your job site, . We can supply dumpster rental services to help you dispose of your debris. You can use the dumpster for removal of just about any type of garbage. We offer a variety of different size  roll-off dumpsters, in most cases, with same-day/next day delivery. We are committed to providing dependable and professional dumpster rental service to Middlesex, Somerset, and Union Counties. 

Dumpster Rental Details 

Different size of roll-off containers include:

  • 10 Yard
  • 15 Yard
  • 20 Yard
  • 30 Yard

Different types of Debris for you can use the container for,  include:

  • Rubbish/Trash
  • Yard Debris
  • Roofing
  • Solid Waste
  • Wood
  • Bulk Items

 Dumpster services are available same day or next day in most c

Anaheim

City in California

Description

Anaheim is a city outside Los Angeles, in Southern California. It’s home to the Disneyland Resort, a massive complex of family-friendly, Disney-themed rides, restaurants, hotels and shops. The city’s also home to pro sports teams. The Honda Center is the indoor arena where the Anaheim Ducks hockey team plays, and Angel Stadium is the home field of the Los Angeles Angels baseball team

Wood Framed Home Recycled Located at 1734 Dot St, Jacksonville, FL 32209

4 bd2 ba945 sqft

1734 Dot St, Jacksonville, FL 32209

Property Details before and after Demolition
This property is classified as Residential (Multi-family – less than 10 units).

The lot is 4878 square feet, the land value of which is assessed at $3,338.00.

There is one building on the property. This property has 2 residential units.

It was built in 1919.

This property is valued at $46,235.0

Home was located in Jacksonville Florida. Most of the materials was recycled or reused.

We offer Dumpsters for Textile Factories

So you just spent the weekend cleaning out all your closets. You have four giant black garbage bags of clothes to get rid of. What is the best way to do that? Think before you make that decision, as it is estimated that textiles make up more than 5.2% of our landfills. Disposing incorrectly of your unnecessary or unwanted clothing, towels, sheets, curtains, rugs or pillows can directly impact our environment.

Tips for Recycling or Reusing Your Textile Items

  • You should start with 3 piles: Good, fair and poor condition items.
  • Good and fair condition items can be donated to thrift stores or charity and will benefit the consumer, as well as those charities the store represents. And you may get a tax write off for the donation.
  • Another idea is to organize a clothes swap. Gather friends of your same size and swap clothes! This way everyone wins because who doesn’t like new (to you) clothes!
  • One of the newest ideas to reusing clothes is the online sales website. There are many choices for selling your good condition used clothing. And you can make some money in the process! ThredUP or Poshmark are great options.
  • If you don’t feel like bothering with online sales, go to an old-fashioned brick and mortar consignment store and let them do the sales work for you.
  • Poor condition clothing should be recycled. Some clothing stores contain recycling bins or you can drop off your textiles to a recycling center. Once processed, the recycled material can be used for mattresses, car insulation, roofing felts, loudspeaker cones, panel linings furniture padding and more.

Inspire others to reuse or recycle their old clothing and textiles! Post a photo of your efforts to FaceBook or Twitter using #RecyleGuide and keep our landfills free of these items!

Dumpster Rentals for Textiles in Amarillo Texas

Textiles are materials made of interlacing natural or synthetic fibers—rugs, clothing, and upholstery are all examples of textiles.

According to the EPA, in 2015:

The U.S. generated 16 million tons of textiles.
The recycling rate for all textiles was 15.3% (2.5 million tons).
Landfills received 10.5 million tons of textiles.
Consumers often donate used clothing, rugs, and other textiles to organizations such as Goodwill or the Salvation Army. Much of this is resold in the U.S., but many tons of these textiles are exported to other countries each year for resale on the used clothing market. Textiles that are unusable are often recycled into something new, but many end up in landfills.

Textiles that can be recycled (if clean) include:

Clothing
Upholstery
Towels
Sheets
Blankets
Rugs
Carpet
Handbags
Some footwear
Textiles can be recycled into many things, including towels, mattresses, car insulation, and furniture padding. Textiles that are damaged are often sold as rags by home improvement stores.

Amarillo
City in Texas
Amarillo is a city in the Texas Panhandle. It’s a gateway to the vast, trail-lined Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The Cadillac Ranch is an installation of graffiti-decorated cars, partly buried in a field. With art deco and Spanish Revival buildings, the U.S. Route 66–Sixth Street Historic District is a hub for dining and antiques. The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum is dedicated to the famous horse breed.

We count on them to Collect our Waste. Lets say Thank You!

Happy Holidays from Waste and Recycling Workers Week | WasteRecyclingWorkersWeek.org

The hustle and bustle of the holidays are upon us. As you make your list and check it twice, don’t forget those who serve the community all year long.

The men and women providing curbside service and citywide sanitation services are always there when we need them. Rain or shine, oppressive heat or frigid cold, we count on them to collect our waste by the truckload. Let’s show them some appreciation this holiday season!

Here are some small ways you can say “Thanks!” for all they do.

Leave a Tip. Say “Thank you” and “Happy Holidays” with a gift card. Whether it’s for a coffee shop, local business or your favorite restaurant, your garbage man will certainly appreciate the treat.

Say Thanks. Say thank you in person or with a card. You can even download and print the card yourself or, if you have small children, have them help make one. No matter what form it comes in, your garbage man will appreciate being appreciated.

Free Download – Printable Thank You Card

Prepare a treat. Bottled water or yummy snacks, like fresh cookies, are another great and simple gift. You can hand them to your garbage man yourself or leave them out with a note or sign. Either way, it’s sure to brighten their day. Wouldn’t you love to show up to work and get a treat?

However you do it, be sure to thank the men and women who keep our neighborhoods clean.

Happy Holidays from Waste and Recycling Workers Week!