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Christmas Tree Delivery

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Christmas season is just around the corner

christmas tree delivery

Christmas tree Delivery service in San Diego by Clean Green Hauling Junk Removal Service.

Christmas season is just around the corner and I know everyone is going to be needing at least one Christmas tree for the Holidays. The question you need to ask yourself is how are we going to get the Christmas Tree home?  That is the easy part.  Clean Green Hauling will be offering Christmas tree delivery over the next month, in select areas of San Diego.  Let us use our trucks to bring home that monster tree.  Don’t be that guy with a tree tied to the top of your Prius.

Christmas tree delivery

Christmas tree delivery by Clean Green Hauling in San Diego.

 

Our Christmas tree delivery service will help to not make a Griswold out of you.

Call Green Green Hauling Junk Removal Service to schedule a time to deliver your tree.

858-999-5477


Construction Debris Removal

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When it comes to construction debris removal, there are many ways of getting rid of it. There are roll off dumpsters, junk removal companies, and Waste Management bags.  Roll offs (40 cubic yards) are nice if you have the space and have a huge project ahead of you.  In the San Diego area they start at $490. That includes the first 6 tons and after that it is $70 a ton. At Clean Green Hauling, we are one of the least expensive companies in San Diego for construction debris removal. Our rates are by the trailer (14 cubic yards) $390).  That includes all fees and we load it for you. We can hold up to 3 1/2 tons in each trailer load. If it is less than a full trailer, it is prorated to the amount of space taken up in the trailer.  The other option is WM green bags. in the San Diego are they can be purchased for $29.95.  Then they cost $169.00 to be picked up.  WM Management bags hold up to 3,300lbs (just over 1 1/2 tons).  They also have strict restriction on what they will take as construction debris removal.  Also be careful, they do not cover all areas of San Diego.  The smart decision for construction debris removal on small to medium size jobs is Clean Green Hauling Junk Removal Service.

WM Bag restrictions and cost.
Great news! Collection service is available in 92109
  • Price
  • Taxes & Fees
  • Total
  • One Bagster bagfor first Mixed Waste Load of 3 cubic yards (3,300 lb weight limit)
  • $169.00
  • $0.00
  • $169.00
  • Additional Bagster bagsfor each additional Mixed Waste Load collection of 3 cubic yards (3,300 lb weight limit)
  • $129.00
  • $0.00
  • $129.00

Additional Bagster bags must be picked up at the same time and same address as the first Bagster bag in order to receive the discounted price.

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*Mixed Waste Load
ACCEPTED
NOT ACCEPTED
  • Household junk
  • Construction debris
  • Yard waste
  • Dirt/Sand/Rocks**
  • Sod**
  • Appliances
  • Electronics
  • Tires
  • Food waste
  • Large Stumps
  • Toxic/Hazardous Items ***

 

 


Yelp and Google Reviews Help Small Businesses

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Clean Green Hauling wants to thank all of our customers and friends for all the Google and Yelp reviews.  They are what help our future customers choose us over our competition.  I never understood how much they really help until customers started mentioning the reviews.  We really try to keep our business the way we would like to be treated and our reviews are proof of that.  if you have a free moment, here are a few links to our yelp and google review pages. please feel free to write one.

Thanks,

Clean Green Hauling

https://www.google.com/#q=clean+green+hauling+google+maps+reviews&safe=off&lrd=lrd

http://www.yelp.com/biz/clean-green-hauling-san-diego


National Recycling Day

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America Recycles Day

http://americarecyclesday.org/

Here is some information about national recycling day.  There are many ways to get involved.  I know we all love the beautiful sides of nature.  Lets all chip in and help keep this place looking great for years to come!  National Recycling Day November 15th.


History of Veterans Day

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History of Veterans Day

World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” – officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.”

Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry near a church at Stenay, Meuse in France.

Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry near a church at Stenay, Meuse in France, wait for the end of hostilities.  This photo was taken at 10:58 a.m., on November 11, 1918, two minutes before the armistice ending World War I went into effect

In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…”

The original concept for the celebration was for a day observed with parades and public meetings and a brief suspension of business beginning at 11:00 a.m.

The United States Congress officially recognized the end of World War I when it passed a concurrent resolution on June 4, 1926, with these words:

Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed, and

Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations; and

Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11 and inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other peoples.

An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday—a day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as “Armistice Day.” Armistice Day was primarily a day set aside to honor veterans of World War I, but in 1954, after World War II had required the greatest mobilization of soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen in the Nation’s history; after American forces had fought aggression in Korea, the 83rd Congress, at the urging of the veterans service organizations, amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word “Armistice” and inserting in its place the word “Veterans.” With the approval of this legislation (Public Law 380) on June 1, 1954, November 11th became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.

Later that same year, on October 8th, President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the first “Veterans Day Proclamation” which stated: “In order to insure proper and widespread observance of this anniversary, all veterans, all veterans’ organizations, and the entire citizenry will wish to join hands in the common purpose. Toward this end, I am designating the Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs as Chairman of a Veterans Day National Committee, which shall include such other persons as the Chairman may select, and which will coordinate at the national level necessary planning for the observance. I am also requesting the heads of all departments and agencies of the Executive branch of the Government to assist the National Committee in every way possible.”

President Eisenhower signing HR7786, changing Armistice Day to Veterans Day.

President Eisenhower signing HR7786, changing Armistice Day to Veterans Day. From left: Alvin J. King, Wayne Richards, Arthur J. Connell, John T. Nation, Edward Rees, Richard L. Trombla, Howard W. Watts

On that same day, President Eisenhower sent a letter to the Honorable Harvey V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs (VA), designating him as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee.

In 1958, the White House advised VA’s General Counsel that the 1954 designation of the VA Administrator as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee applied to all subsequent VA Administrators. Since March 1989 when VA was elevated to a cabinet level department, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs has served as the committee’s chairman.

The Uniform Holiday Bill (Public Law 90-363 (82 Stat. 250)) was signed on June 28, 1968, and was intended to ensure three-day weekends for Federal employees by celebrating four national holidays on Mondays: Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Columbus Day. It was thought that these extended weekends would encourage travel, recreational and cultural activities and stimulate greater industrial and commercial production. Many states did not agree with this decision and continued to celebrate the holidays on their original dates.

The first Veterans Day under the new law was observed with much confusion on October 25, 1971. It was quite apparent that the commemoration of this day was a matter of historic and patriotic significance to a great number of our citizens, and so on September 20th, 1975, President Gerald R. Ford signed Public Law 94-97 (89 Stat. 479), which returned the annual observance of Veterans Day to its original date of November 11, beginning in 1978. This action supported the desires of the overwhelming majority of state legislatures, all major veterans service organizations and the American people.

Veterans Day continues to be observed on November 11, regardless of what day of the week on which it falls. The restoration of the observance of Veterans Day to November 11 not only preserves the historical significance of the date, but helps focus attention on the important purpose of Veterans Day: A celebration to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

info form: http://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/vetdayhistory.asp


Hot Tub Removal

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Hot tub removal is one of our specialties at Clean Green Hauling. Non working old hot tubs can be an eye sore in a backyard. We can help you remove the old hot tub safely and properly dispose of it. Hot tubs often become homes for rodents and other backyard creatures. We know how to dismantle any size hot tub without harming anything surrounding the unit. Our hot tub removal pricing starts at $325 and ceilings out at $450. Depending on how much work to remove and size of the hot tub. Please call us at clean green hauling 858-999-5477.

www.cghauling.com

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Hazardous Waste

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Hazardous Waste Removal Can be a difficult task at times here is the San Diego area.  We often get request for removal of such items as Paint, oil, chemicals etc.  Unfortuntely we are not licensed and insured to transport and remove these items.  Since we cannot do it for you, here is a list of links and ways to get rid of waste in San Diego.

 

1. http://www.sandiego.gov/environmental-services/miramar/hhwtransfac.shtml

Household Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility

Photo of Hazardous Waste Facility Checkpoint Staff

The Household Hazardous Waste Transfer Facility is located at the Miramar Landfill entrance on Convoy Street, just north of State Highway 52. The facility accepts household hazardous waste on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., except holidays. An appointment is required. It is open to City of San Diego residents only.

2. List of places that take paint.  http://www.sandiego.gov/environmental-services/ep/pdf/pclocations.pdf

3. List of oil recycling places in San Diego: http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/reusable_components/images/dpw/recyclingpdfs/AutomotiveGuideEnglish.pdf

I hope these links can better help you recycle hazardous Waste.  Lets all help to keep San Diego Clean and our ocean clear of hazardous waste.


bedbug

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Here are some bedbug prevention tips that I found. If you need to removal infested items please contact Clean Green Hauling!

 

Proper Prevention Techniques And Descriptions

Bedbug Facts
Bedbugs are small, brownish flat bugs that feed only on the blood of humans and animals.  They are roughly the size of a ladybug, with small eyes and a large antennae.  They can not fly, but move quickly over floors, walls, ceilings and other surfaces.

The most common type of bedbug that bites human is the Cimex Lectularius.  It is found in North America, Europe and Central Asia.  They are not known to transmit any diseases to humans.

Bedbugs infestations were common in the United States before WWII.  As cleanliness improved, and with the use of DDT in the 1940’s and 1950’s, the bugs almost disappeared.

The presence of bedbugs has recently started to rise throughout the United States, but they are still very rare.

Bedbug Bites
Bedbugs usually bite people at night while they sleep.  They will feed anywhere on the body where the skin is exposed. They feed by biting through the skin with a long beak that they use to draw the blood.  It takes about ten minutes for the bugs to swell up. Some people develop an itchy welt from bedbug bites.

Where They Come From
Although it seems as though bedbugs have come out of nowhere, they are usually brought into the home on luggage, clothing, used beds and used furniture.  Traveling to different areas of the world, such as places in Asia, Europe, the Caribbean or Central and South America are often a common source.

High Risk Places
Hotels, motels and apartments are the most likely places to encounter bedbugs because of their high turnover rate.   Once bedbugs are introduced, they spread from room to room.  The cleanliness of the building is not always a factor.

When staying in a hotel, check for bedbugs in between the mattress and the box spring.

Bedbugs move quickly and it does not take long before they get into your luggage.  Keep your luggage off of the floor.

Signs of Bedbug Activity
Bedbugs are most active at night.  They hide during the day where humans tend to sleep, like beds or couches.  Their flat bodies help them fit into tiny areas.  Their favorites places to hide are in mattresses, (especially around the seams) box springs, bed frames and behind head boards.

An easy way to tell if you have bedbugs is by seeing dark spotting and staining on your mattress.  It is caused by their droppings.  Also, you might see the eggs and eggshells, molted skins of aging nymphs and the bugs themselves.

If you have a large number of bedbugs, there may be a sweetish odor, although this is not always easy to smell.  Bedbugs normally start off in the bed, but they will spread around the house and hide in small crevices.

Bedbug Prevention

In order to reduce bedbugs in the home, follow the following steps:

  • Reduce clutter around the home
  • Seal cracks and crevices
  • Check all second hand beds, bedding and furniture
  • Examine the bed and headboard area for signs of bedbugs when traveling
  • Wash, dry or freeze an clothing bought at a garage sale or second hand stores right away

Bedbug Control
The only way to remove bedbugs from your home is by using insecticides.  Household surface sprays containing Malathion or Pyrethrum can be somewhat effective, but they may not remove the full infestation. It is recommended that you contact a licensed pest control company for the treatment of bedbugs.

Bed Bug Life Cycle

Female bedbugs can lay from 1-12 eggs each day. The eggs are dropped on rough surfaces or in cracks and crevices. Their eggs are coated with sticky glue and hatch in anywhere from 6-17 days. Then they turn into nymphs where they have different stages each needing a blood meal. They reach adulthood between 5 weeks to 4 months depending on how much food they have had and temperature. They can live around 12-18 months and over three generations can occur in one year.

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Bedbugs Or Other Vectors Contact:
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Green Halloween

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Green Halloween Tips: Tricks to Make Your Halloween a Treat for Mother Nature

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Green Halloween Tip 1: Trick or Treat with Reusable Bags
When the little ghosts and goblins in your family go trick-or-treating this Halloween, make sure they carry reusable bags or containers that don’t need to be discarded after they are used.Cloth or canvas shopping bags, or even pillowcases, make terrific eco-friendly alternatives to paper or plastic bags, or to the molded plastic jack-o-lanterns so many kids use to collect candy at Halloween.Americans use more than 380 million plastic bags and more than 10 million paper bags every year. Plastic bags end up as litter, kill thousands of marine mammals annually, and break down slowly into small particles that continue to pollute soil and water. During production, plastic bags require millions of gallons of fossil fuels that could be used for fuel and heating; paper bag production consumes more than 14 million trees annually in the U.S.Reusable bags are not only better for the environment at Halloween, they’re also better for kids. Paper and plastic bags can tear easily, spilling Halloween treats and disappointing children. Reusable bags are much more durable.

2.

Instead of buying a Halloween costume that you or your children will wear once and throw away, make your own costumes from old clothes and other items you already have around the house.

You can also get inexpensive Halloween costume materials from thrift stores or yard sales, or your children may have fun trading Halloween costumes with their friends to get something “new” and different to wear.

By designing and making your own Halloween costumes, you and your children can masquerade as anything you can imagine. When my children were growing up, one dressed up as a garbage can one Halloween. Another dressed herself in a collection of her older sister’s clothes and put ribbons in her hair, creating a costume that happily evoked her imagination even though it was unrecognizable to anyone else.

One boy I met in Washington, DC, went trick-or-treating one year wearing khaki slacks, a blue oxford shirt with the cuffs rolled back, and a striped necktie loosened at the collar. Asked about his costume, he declared he was masquerading as his father, a prominent magazine columnist.

After Halloween, you can either wash and store your homemade costumes for use in subsequent years, trade with friends, or donate the clothing from which they were made to day care centers, homeless shelters, or charitable organizations.

 

3.When the neighborhood ghouls show up at your door this Halloween, give them treats that also treat the environment gently.

There is a growing variety of eco-friendly candy—from organic chocolate to organic lollipops—available online and from local organic groceries, health food stores, or consumer cooperatives. These organic candies can satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your health, and they are produced using methods that don’t damage the environment.

Choose treats that use little or no packaging that is produced using fossil fuels and cannot be recycled. Whenever possible, buy locally produced treats from local merchants. Buying locallysupports your local economy, and also reduces fuel consumption and pollution associated with transporting products.

Another option is to avoid candy altogether and to give Halloween trick-or-treaters useful treats, such as colorful pencils, small boxes of crayons, erasers in fun shapes, or other inexpensive items you can find at your local dime store or dollar store.

4.Rather than drive to other neighborhoods to take the kids trick-or-treating, stick close to home this Halloween and walk from house to house to reduce fuel consumption and air pollution.

If you are attending a Halloween party, use public transportation or ride your bicycle.

If traveling by car is really the only way to join in Halloween fun with your family or friends, try carpooling.

 

5.Host a Halloween party that features organic, locally grown pumpkins for carving, apples for bobbing, and other pesticide-free, locally grown foods appropriate to the holiday and the harvest season. Organic produce is now widely available at many grocery stores as well as farmers’ markets and stores specializing in organic food.

Once the jack-o-lanterns have been carved and the games have ended, the apples and pumpkins can be used in pies, soups, or other dishes. You can also roast the pumpkin seeds and serve them to your guests as a special Halloween treat.

Use dishes, cutlery, napkins and tablecloths that can be washed and reused instead of disposable plastic and paper tableware.

Use recycled and recyclable materials to create your Halloween decorations. Bed sheets hung from the ceiling or tree branches make great ghosts, for example, and can be taken down, laundered, and returned to the linen closet when Halloween is over.

 

6.f you don’t already compost, Halloween is a great time to start. You can add post-Halloween jack-o-lanterns to your compost bin, along with fallen leaves, food scraps, and other organic, biodegradable yard and household waste.

Compost creates excellent soil for your garden. You might even use the compost from your backyard bin to help grow the pumpkins that will become next year’s jack-o-lanterns and pumpkin pies.

If you are interested in composting, your local hardware store, garden center, county extension service, or waste disposal agency should be able to help you get started.

Instead of throwing away your Halloween decorations each year, store and reuse them year after year, just as you do decorations for many other holidays, such as Christmas and Hanukkah.

 

7.Teach your children to keep candy wrappers in their reusable trick-or-treat bags until they return home, or to dispose of them in trash cans along their route.

Preventing candy wrappers from becoming Halloween litter on the street is the right way to treat the environment.

Take along an extra bag when you take the kids out treat-or-treating, and pick up litter along the way to help clean up the neighborhood.

 

8.Living an eco-friendly lifestyle and reducing waste and pollution should be a daily event, not a special occasion. With a little thought, you can apply the strategies you use to have a green Halloween to the way you live every day.

Reusable bags are a great way to shop every day, and can be used for everything from regular trips to the grocery store to back-to-school shopping. Any time you go shopping, take along a reusable shopping bag or two to carry home your purchases and keep the planet a little cleaner.

The same goes for using cloth vs paper napkins and washable vs disposable cutlery. Using reusable items instead of disposables will help the environment and also save you money.

Composting is something you can do year-round. A compost bin will transform your organic yard and household waste into fertilizer for your flower and vegetable gardens, reduce the amount of garbage you send to the local landfill, and keep you more in tune with nature.

You get the idea. If you make living an eco-friendly lifestyle a daily commitment, both you and the environment will benefit.

http://environment.about.com/od/greenhalloween/ss/green_halloween_8.htm


Halloween Cleanup tips

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Halloween cleanup tips

Halloween cleanup can be the scariest thing about the holiday. Here’s a tip sheet on how to remove eggs, toilet paper, wax, and other messes that go bump in the night.

Here are some tips from the American Cleaning Institute and others on removing the Halloween mayhem that little tricksters leave behind.

Egg Splatters on Your House

Time is your enemy when your house has been egged, because sunbaked yolks can stain your siding. Also, micro-shards of shell can become embedded in paint or act as an abrasive when you clean off the gunk.

Instead of scrubbing, spray away the egg with your garden hose. But don’t aim the hose full blast at the yolk, which will splatter the mess. Instead, Popular Mechanics magazine suggests first wetting the siding below the egg, then gently spraying the siding above the egg; the water will fall in sheets and flush away the mess.

If you need more cleaning oomph, dip a brush into a bucket of warm water (never hot, which will bake on yolks) and dish soap, and then scrub away the mess.

Toilet Paper in Your Trees

Wet toilet paper is a beast to remove from trees. So wait until the sun evaporates dew; or, if rain is predicted, start removal right away.

Use a rake to grab and pull the TP down, a leaf blower to blast it, or a telescoping reacher/grabber to pluck it.

Start at the top and work your way down. Immediately throw paper away: Leaving it on your lawn can smother grass.

Candle Wax on the Carpets

Never try to remove hot wax from carpeting. Not only can you burn yourself, but you’ll likely spread the wax, making a bigger mess.

When the wax has cooled, break it with a dull knife or Popsicle stick. Throw away the pieces.

Cover remaining bits with a paper towel or rag, and press a warm iron to the area. Replace the towel frequently to avoid spreading the wax.

Halloween Makeup on Upholstery and Carpet

Many commercial carpet and upholstery cleaners remove makeup from unwanted places. The only tricky part is applying these cleaners.

Always test the cleaner on an inconspicuous spot. Apply a dab of cleaner on a white cloth, then hold it to the test area for about a minute. If no color is transferred to the white cloth, the cleaner is safe.

Never rub cleaner on a stain. Rather, blot the stain starting from its outer edge and work to the center.

What pranks and Halloween messes have you had to clean up? Got some good cleaning tips? Please share…


Leaf Removal San Diego

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Here is some info about the average cost of leaf removal in the fall.

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In the Fall there is nothing more beautiful than the changing colors of the fall leaves from green to red and gold, However, once the leaves fall to the ground they can become an eyesore and eventually a rotting mess if they are not taken care of! There are a few factors that will help to determine the cost of leaf removal.
How many trees? What kind of trees?

It stands to reason that the more trees you have on our property, the more dead leaves will build up and the more you will need removed. When you contact a professional about leaf removal , be prepared to tell them approximately how many trees you have on your property and what types of trees they are (different trees produce different amount of leaves) so that they can give you an accurate estimate of time and cost  Continue Reading

Blowing or Removing

Do you want your leaves blown off your lawn, or actually bagged, removed from your property and properly disposed of? If you want your leaves bagged and removed this will take a considerably larger amount of time, and a lot more backbreaking labor to accomplish. This will cost you a lot more. If you choose to just have your leaves blown off your lawn, be careful that you are not just blowing them onto someone else’s lawn!

Vacuuming and Mulching

You may want to have your leaves vacuumed off your property. With this approach you have two options. You can have the leaves vacuumed, bagged and removed. This takes more time and work, but removes the leaves completely. However you can decide to use your leaves as mulch in your garden. When the leaves have gone through the vacuum and been chopped up into dust, have the poured onto your garden and water them to start the decomposition and they will make a great mulch. In this way you do something nice for your garden and save money to mulch in the process!


Keep San Diego Clean

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here is a really cool Non-Profit in San Diego that help keep San Diego Clean and Beautiful.

http://ilacsd.org/

Here is a list of there up coming events.

Countywide Community Cleanups

I Love A Clean San Diego is the go-to resource for beach and inland cleanups across San Diego County. Our volunteers pickup an average of 1 million pounds of trash and debris every two years! These cleanups are a great way to take action in your community, as well as get community service hours while helping your local environment. You can also get event details on our Calendar of Events!

Upcoming Events:

Oktoberfest Cleanup with Karl Strauss – sponsored by ecoATM

Saturday, October 19 from 10AM-12PM

Meet at Tasting Room, 5985 Santa Fe Street, San Diego 92109

Celebrate Oktoberfest with I Love A Clean San Diego and Karl Strauss! On October 19th we will come together to host a cleanup along the Rose Canyon bike path and San Clemente Canyon, followed by a fun mixer at the new Karl Strauss tasting room! Volunteers of all ages are invited to participate, and those who are 21 years of age or older will receive a voucher good for one free beer immediately following the cleanup. To sign up for this cleanup, contact Lexi Ambrogi at (619)-704-2778 or lambrogi@cleansd.org. And special thanks to our event sponsor, ecoATM!

All volunteers must sign a waiver to participate. Save time when you arrive by printing out your form and bringing it along to hand in at registration. Click here for a map and directions to the site.

Storm Drain Stenciling Day

Saturday, Nov 16th from 9AM – 12PM

Polaris Breen Park, 11103 Polaris Drive, San Diego 92126

Join ILACSD and Think Blue San Diego as we take to the streets of Mira Mesa to stencil a pollution prevention message above the storm drains! Volunteers will be split into small groups to paint “No dumping—goes to ocean” and a Spanish translation above storm drain inlets. Volunteers should wear comfortable closed toed shoes and clothing they don’t mind getting dirty, as they will be working with paint. Parent supervision required for volunteers under the age of 16. Space is limited for this great event, so if you’d like to join us, please contact Lexi Ambrogi at lambrogi@cleansd.org or (619)-704-2778.

All volunteers must sign a waiver to participate. Save time when you arrive by printing out your form and bringing it along to hand in at registration.


Dumpster rentals

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Clean Green Hauling is just as competitive on our pricing and we do all the loading!  get rid of all your stuff in an hour instead of having a dumpster in your driveway for a month!  If you live in an area where you can not have a dumpster, we are the perfect solution for removing unwanted items.
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30 Yard Dumpster – Price: $540

  • Capacity: 8,000 Lbs.
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20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $370

  • Capacity: 20,000 Lbs.
  • Disposing Of: Housecleaning Waste

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20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $309

  • Capacity: 4,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 14 Days
  • Delivery Fee: $99

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40 Yard Dumpster – Price: $459

  • Capacity: 10,000 Lbs.
  • Disposing Of: Brush
  • Rental Duration: 14 Days

Eloise B. in San Diego, CA 92195

20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $279

  • Capacity: 6,000 Lbs.

Kylee L. in San Diego, CA 92149

15 Yard Dumpster – Price: $379

  • Capacity: 4,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 2 Weeks

Virginia W. in San Diego, CA 92186

30 Yard Dumpster – Price: $390

  • Capacity: 8,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 1 Week
  • Delivery Fee: $99

Lilian G. in San Diego, CA 92167

3 Yard Dumpster – Price: $205

  • Capacity: 4,000 Lbs.
  • Disposing Of: Landscaping Waste
  • Rental Duration: 1 Month

Suk L. in San Diego, CA 92184

10 Yard Dumpster – Price: $349

  • Capacity: 20,000 Lbs.
  • Disposing Of: General Debris

Jonathan S. in San Diego, CA 92159

20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $295

  • Capacity: 6,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 14 Days

Douglas E. in San Diego, CA 92177

20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $319

  • Capacity: 6,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 1 Week

Garrett A. in San Diego, CA 92198

40 Yard Dumpster – Price: $445

  • Capacity: 20,000 Lbs.
  • Delivery Fee: $75

Raymond P. in San Diego, CA 92191

10 Yard Dumpster – Price: $260

  • Capacity: 4,000 Lbs.
  • Disposing Of: Remodeling Debris
  • Delivery Fee: $75

Joshua I. in San Diego, CA 92169

20 Yard Dumpster – Price: $275

  • Capacity: 6,000 Lbs.
  • Rental Duration: 2 Weeks
  • Delivery Fee: $80

Jeremy M. in San Diego, CA 92138

30 Yard Dumpster – Price: $299

  • Capacity: 8,000 Lbs.
  • Delivery Fee: $65

Logan M. in San Ysidro, CA 92143 (0.3 Miles From San Diego, CA)


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Clean Green Hauling will be competing in a Quickbook intuit contest. The winner gets to be featured in a Suoerbowl commercial..  Check us out and share our story.

https://www.smallbusinessbiggame.com/CA/Clean-Green-Hauling/387132/


Illegal Dumping in San Diego

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One thing that I have noticed since getting into the junk business is how often people illegally dump. This is a huge problem that makes our beautiful city lose part of what we all like about it so much. nodumping
Annually, there are over 25,000 reports of illegal dumping, littering, scavenging and waste-related violations in the City of San Diego. These reports are investigated by the Department’s Solid Waste Code Enforcement team, a group responsible for enforcing the City’s solid waste codes. Code Enforcement also provides anti-waste education and organizes more than 70 community cleanup/recycling events around the City each year.

Illegal dumping is dumping of any waste, whether it is oil, furniture, appliances, trash, litter or landscaping cuttings, etc., upon any public right-of-way, City property or private property, without consent of the owner.

The Department’s Code Enforcement team patrols City neighborhoods daily to deter illegal dumping and investigate citizen complaints. Community help is essential to catching and deterring illegal dumps.

The City encourages anyone who encounters an illegal dump that has already taken place to report it. If you observe someone illegally dumping, please take down the following information:
•Date, time and location of incident
•Description of vehicle and license plate number
•Description of person(s) dumping
•What items/materials were being dumped
•Your name and phone number (optional)

Report the information to the following agencies:

To report illegal dumping please submit a Trash/Litter/Recycling Service Request, or for illegal dumping that is in progress or that has already occurred, call the Environmental Services Department at 858-694-7000, Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

After business hours, during weekends, or holidays, call the non-emergency number for the San Diego Police Department at 619-531-2000.

With adequate information and an eyewitness who is willing to testify, the City can and will pursue prosecution


Construction Debris Removal

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Construction Debris Removal
Clean Green Hauling specializes in removal of construction and demolition debris. We can handle all types of construction debris such as sheet rock, wood, tile, carpet, concrete, roofing etc. Clean Green Hauling has worked with construction companies and homeowners alike to service their construction debris removal needs.
Clean Green Hauling has been able to help our customers on both large and small jobs. It is often too costly, time consuming, inconvenient or just not enough space to get a roll off dumpster. Let us handle the hauling; we will perform all the loading, hauling and disposal to make your life easier. In addition, we always use LEED certified disposal facilities which recycle most of the construction debris (70%). We can also provide special pricing structures for construction companies in exchange for regular business.


Construction Debris San Diego

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Here is a video of a construction debris removal job that we did in South San Diego.  Clean Green Hauling can help if you are in the business of flipping homes, you are doing a home remodel, or you are a contractor that can not handle the removal of the debris.  Please call us at Clean Green Hauling.  We are often cost less than having a dumpster dropped off.

http://youtu.be/JmkatQUWrOg


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Here is a recent video of construction debris removal in the Hillcrest San Diego area.  We are help Tom with the removal of debris from a house the being flipped.  Feel free to checkout our other videos while you are on our youtube page.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3EeGyRscqs&feature=share&list=UUNDuSgTEPhngjzLMMmB9eOw


Backyard Junk Removal

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Summer is finally here in San Diego! it is time to get out the grills, uncover the patio furniture and prepare to enjoy the outdoors! if you decided to upgrade or clean up your backyard setup, give us a call if you are having trouble getting rid of your junk. Old patio equipment, grills, chairs, tree trimmings fencing, and sheds are all common items that seem to be hard to get rid of. We also specialize in hot tub removal. Let Clean Green Hauling junk Removal Service help you make your backyard the place to be this summer!


Concrete Removal

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Clean Green Hauling can remove heavy debris such as concrete and brick. Clean Green Hauling can assist you in difficult jobs requiring labor intensive heavy lifting. Today Clean Green Hauling removed a concrete and cinderblock wall that was approximately 100ft long. Clean Green Hauling provided all the tools and performed all of the labor for maximum customer satisfaction. Check out the video for an example of concrete removal performed by Clean Green Hauling. Removal of heavy items such as concrete and cinderblock can sometimes cost a little more than other materials due to the high weight and labor intensive work. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477.


Concrete

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Concrete Removal
Clean Green Hauling can remove heavy debris such as concrete and brick. Clean Green Hauling can assist you in difficult jobs requiring labor intensive heavy lifting. Today Clean Green Hauling removed a concrete and cinderblock wall that was approximately 100ft long. Clean Green Hauling provided all the tools and performed all of the labor for maximum customer satisfaction. Check out the video for an example of concrete removal performed by Clean Green Hauling. Removal of heavy items such as concrete and cinderblock can sometimes cost a little more than other materials due to the high weight and labor intensive work. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477.


Construction Debris

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Construction Debris Removal

Construction Debris Removal
Clean Green Hauling specializes in removal of construction and demolition debris. We can handle all types of construction debris such as sheet rock, wood, tile, carpet, concrete, roofing etc. Clean Green Hauling has worked with construction companies and homeowners alike to service their construction debris removal needs.

Clean Green Hauling has been able to help our customers on both large and small jobs. It is often too costly, time consuming, inconvenient or just not enough space to get a roll off dumpster. Let us handle the hauling; we will perform all the loading, hauling and disposal to make your life easier. In addition, we always use LEED certified disposal facilities which recycle most of the construction debris (70%). We can also provide special pricing structures for construction companies in exchange for regular business.


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Clean Green Hauling can handle small jobs, large jobs and odd jobs. Over the past few days Clean Green Hauling performed a large junk removal job at a private residence that previously had a hoarder living it. When the hoarder tenant moved out the landlord found the house full of junk and trash, see the photos. This job involved removing 4 full dump trailers of mixed residential debris. In addition, to the 4 trailers of debris we had 1.5 trailers of recyclable material including cardboard, paper, books, foam, metal and bottles. This hoarder job also happened to be very inaccessible because it was located in a large condo complex (we had to haul all the debris down long hallways and two flights of stairs. After a large amount of time and labor Clean Green Hauling was able to successfully complete the hoarder job. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Environmentally Friendly

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Clean Green Hauling offers environmentally friendly low cost junk and debris removal. Clean Green Hauling is constantly looking for ways to recycle, donate and reuse the material we haul away from jobs. A major goal of our company is to minimize the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. One of the ways we do this is donating material to organizations such as Goodwill and recycling whenever possible. When we come across material that cannot be recycled (example construction debris) Clean Green Hauling disposes of this material at facilities that recycle a portion of the material (for construction debris the facilities we use LEED certified facilities that recycle 70% of the refuse). Our objective is to San Diego and our local communities beautiful. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Commercial Hauling

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Clean Green Hauling is a great solution for commercial hauling and junk removal. We have successfully worked with commercial businesses many times in the past. Today we performed commercial job for a local business removing two trailer loads of cardboard (old packaging). We were able to recycle all of the cardboard removed from this business. Since we were able to recycle all of the material we minimized our costs (we did not have to pay dump fees) this allowed us to pass on the savings down to our customers. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Save Money

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Clean Green Hauling can remove just about anything and we can often help our customers save money. Often we can reuse, donate or recycle the materials we haul away. Today we performed some residential junk removal, some of the materials we removed included bed frame, desk, lights, trash bags and couches. Out of all the material we removed we were able to donate the couches and lights to goodwill, we gave away the bed frame (they do not accept bed frames at goodwill or other local charitable organizations), the only material we actually had to throw away was the trash bags. When we recycle and donate it minimizes our dump fees which allows us to save our customers money! If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Construction Debris Removal

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Clean Green Hauling specializes in removal of construction and demolition debris.  We can handle all types of construction debris such as sheet rock, wood, tile, carpet, concrete, roofing etc.  Clean Green Hauling has worked with construction companies and homeowners alike to service their construction debris removal needs.

Clean Green Hauling has been able to help our customers on both large and small jobs.  It is often too costly, time consuming, inconvenient or just not enough space to get a roll off dumpster.  Let us handle the hauling; we will perform all the loading, hauling and disposal to make your life easier.  In addition, we always use LEED certified disposal facilities which recycle most of the construction debris (70%).  We can also provide special pricing structures for construction companies in exchange for regular business. If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green
Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Flexible Service

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Clean Green Hauling offers flexible service and we can remove just about anything.  We can remove one single item or multiple loads.  Over the past weekend Clean Green Hauling provided junk removal for individual home owners as well as construction companies. Clean Green Hauling offers a great deal of flexibility.  For example, we performed work scheduled a few weeks out for a construction company and we performed work for a local residential home owner within 1hr of receiving a phone call.  Clean Green Hauling can work with you and provide the flexibility necessary to meet your needs! We specialize in residential junk, commercial junk, construction debris removal, and store to door delivery service.  If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Happy Valentine’s Day

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Clean Green Hauling!  We specialize in residential junk, commercial junk, construction debris removal, and store to door delivery service.  Clean Green Hauling is committed to recycling, reusing and donating materials whenever possible to reduce the amount of waste dumped in the local landfills. We can typically recycle, reuse or donate most of the materials we haul away including: greenery, metal, furniture, construction debris, concrete, wood, plastics and cardboard.  Help us make San Diego a Better place to live! If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com


Commercial Debris

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Clean Green Hauling offers environmentally friendly low cost commercial junk and debris removal.  We work with many commercial companies and organizations in San Diego.  We can remove just about anything.  We offer a great deal of flexibility for commercial junk removal such as scheduling jobs before or after business hours and reaching difficult to access spaces such as offices or storage in high rise buildings downtown.  Clean Green Hauling can also access parking garages and tight spaces due to our low riding trailers and the ability to detach our trailers from our pickup trucks if necessary to reach tight spaces.  If you are interested in our services or want to learn more about Clean Green Hauling, please feel free to reach out to us at 858-999-5477 or visit us online at www.cghauling.com