Denver Colorado is an extensive area consisting of residences. They include:

  • Berkeley
  • Hampden South
  • West Highland
  • Virginia Village
  • Cherry Creek
  • Park Hill
  • Stapleton
  • Athmar Park
  • West Colfax
  • Washington Park
  • Green Valley Ranch

These are just part of the many other neighborhoods spread across the city. These areas also have multiple households in them with numerous residences. As a result, there exist a lot of unusable or waste items that are in dire need of disposal. The items include faulty bathtubs, television sets, mattresses, furniture, bicycles, old paint cans, and drawings among other things.

The Problem

The problem is that the municipalities in the area do not have the capability of handling the junk being generated by the residents and organizations based in the region. As such, municipalities in Denver have set pre-determined schedules for the collection of trash. They have also come up with specifications that render some of the items non-disposable by the municipal pick up services.

The predicament causes a lot of inconveniences especially those that want to get rid of junk or declutter their homes. The same applies to businesses in the area.As one could understand, there is no way people and businesses can exist in an area full of junk. The local authorities, on the other hand, do not want to have junkyards all over the place.

The situation, therefore, defines the problem and creates the need for a solution.

The Solution

Since the municipality is not capable to offer such services, it has allowed for the existence of junk removal companies to solve the predicament. One such company is Bad Ass Junk Removal that offers services to a wide array of clients.

Clients include residents, businesses and real estate developers. All of them have some sort of waste that need proper disposing of.

Sam Yoon has many years of experiences in journalism. He has covered such areas as information technology, science, sports and politics. Yoon can be reached at 82-2-6956-6698.