Junk King adds eco-friendly service to Covington, offers more opportuties for charitable initiative

Junk King, the nation’s leading waste disposal company focused on customer service and a green approach, has opened a new location in Covington at 609 Union St.

For Jack Brendamour, an entrepreneur committed to sustainability and giving back, this is his fourth location in Junk King. Others are in Louisville, Dayton, and Cincinnati. The expansion into Northern Kentucky will help reduce the company’s carbon footprint and provide more opportunities for charitable initiatives. At Brendamour’s locations, he has partnered with more than 35 nonprofits that have received donations from materials collected from garbage collection work.

“By bringing Junk King’s services to Northern Kentucky, we can reduce the energy our trucks use to drive to and from workplaces. And we can continue the recycle and repurpose mentality that other communities in Kentucky and Ohio have come to know us for, ”said Brendamour. “Our team recognizes return as a priority.”

Businesses and local residents choose Junk King because of the brand’s state-of-the-art technology systems that allow customers to schedule a pickup in real time. With the online booking system, it only takes a few clicks and within minutes Junk King can be scheduled and the job completed.

The online price estimator also quickly gives customers an accurate and affordable estimate based on item or truck load.

“Jack made it clear that he is passionate and dedicated to making a difference with Junk King,” said Michael Andreacchi, CEO and co-founder of Junk King Franchise Systems.

Unlike most other garbage disposal services, Junk King pricing is based on the amount of garbage removed. The brand’s trucks are twenty percent larger than the industry average, which means there isn’t a job they can’t do.

In northern Kentucky, up to 100% of items removed from a yard, home, or business are donated or recycled instead of being landed in a landfill.

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