Disposal King Nominated for Outstanding Workplace Award
Fully-integrated disposal firm nominated for impressive award by Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
Disposal King is honoured to be nominated for the Outstanding Workplace Award by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
This is the second time the waste disposal company has been nominated for an award; last year they were nominated for Outstanding Customer Service.
The company's mission is to provide the best possible customer service while making the city a cleaner place. Disposal King is an environmentally conscious waste disposal enterprise dedicated to protecting the environment by efficient use of recycling, and responsible operating practices.
Sustainable office practices are important to the team at Disposal King; the heating, cooling and powering of office spaces is responsible for almost 40% of carbon dioxide emissions in Canada. Conscious of this, the company aims for a paperless office as far as possible, avoiding unnecessary hard copy files and documents. Additionally, they use only recycled and recyclable products, print in black and white only, and use energy-saving light bulbs.
“Doing our part for the environment is top priority at Disposal King,” says president Miles Timmis. “Our motto is reduce, reuse and recycle. It is our guarantee that our team does its best to donate and recycle as much as possible from each load.”
Disposal King provides dumpster rental in Vancouver to customers who are in need of waste removal, whether they are working on a large renovation, or simply cleaning out their garage.
The customer calls Disposal King when their disposal bins Vancouver are ready, and the bins are promptly picked up and the waste material removed. Bins come in a range of sizes to fit customers' needs and pick up can be arranged the same day or up to a week later.
The customer pays for the rental of the bin and the weight of the waste materials removed. Bins come in a range of sizes to accommodate everything from garden waste to major renovation projects.
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