• MON-FRI 8:30AM - 5:30PM SAT: 9:00AM-3:00PM

Our Process

Professional Trash Can Cleaning Service

PROFESSIONAL CLEANERS

We use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the best possible cleaning experience. Our innovative process is not only efficient but environmentally friendly too. Each of our cleaning technicians goes through intensive training to make sure they get the job done right. From beginning to end our top priority is to keep our customers happy and safe.

OUR PROCESS

Truck

Our Truck Arrives

Our technician wheels your empty can from the curb to our state-of-the-art hydro-cleaning system. The system picks up your can using hydraulic claws and flips them upside down over the spraying nozzle.

Hot Water Trash Can Cleaning

High-Pressure Hot Water Cleansing

The system’s nozzle rotates 360 degrees and sprays extremely hot water at nearly 200 degrees Fahrenheit with 3500 PSI. We do not use any chemicals during the water cleansing process. This extreme heat and pressure is sufficient to remove the filth and kill harmful bacteria such as Listeria, Salmonella, and e-Coli. We also use a power washer to spray the exterior of your can to make sure it is filth-free and bacteria-free.

Eco Friendly

Eco-Friendly Water Filtration

All of the dirty water is caught in the metal hopper surrounding the can and filtered through our 15-stage filtration system. This high-end filtration system uses the latest technology available to filter down to just 5 microns. The water is then reclaimed into one of our 270-gallon tanks. All phosphates, oils, and even pollens are filtered out of the water. The filtered wastewater is disposed of properly at environmentally-safe facilities at the end of each day.

Clean

Clean Cans

Just like that your cans are clean! Once your cans are lowered from the hydro-cleaning system, we use a rag and eco-friendly deodorizer to wipe down each lid and handle area. This will leave your garbage cans smelling fresh and clean. Our technician will then take the cans back to the curb and place a small piece of tape on the lids to indicate that the cans have been cleaned.

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