1-800-Got-Junk? DC Marks 15 Years Making the Earth a Cleaner Place
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1-800-Got-Junk? DC Marks 15 Years Making the Earth a Cleaner Place

Washington, DC - April 16, 2018 - (PR.com) - The 1-800-Got-Junk? DC Metro area junk removal franchise celebrates their fifteen year anniversary this month. In 2003 franchise owners, Mark and Claudine Rubin, opened their business with just two trucks. Over the past fifteen years, the Rubin’s fleet has grown to 18 trucks as they continue to remove excess clutter and junk from people’s homes and businesses, all while focusing on managing where the junk goes in the waste stream.

Throughout the years, they have hauled nearly 100,000 truckloads of unwanted stuff away, diverting roughly half from landfills in the process. Their team now stands at over 30 employees and they are continuing to hire as they gear up for spring cleaning and their busy summer season.

“We are happy to celebrate this milestone right before Earth Day,” said owner Mark Rubin. “We focus on responsibly disposing of items we take. Much of it is donated, recycled or repurposed in some way."

The Rubins have consistently been recognized as a top franchise performer and leader in service excellence.

1-800-Got-Junk? will take away anything from a single piece of furniture to an entire house or office cleanout and anything in between. The company helps both their customers by easily taking away their unwanted junk, and the environment, taking care to recycle or donate items wherever possible. To learn more about 1-800-Got-Junk DC, visit www.1800gotjunkdc.com.

About 1-800-Got-Junk?

1-800-Got-Junk? is the world’s largest junk removal service. Founded in 1989 by Brian Scudamore, 1-800-Got-Junk? is a full-service junk removal company serving homes or businesses. They help their customers reclaim their space while disposing of their unwanted items responsibly.


Brielle Slate

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