Junk Removal in Zionsville
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Know Your Service Area: Junk Removal in Zionsville Indiana

9 September 2013

Know Your Service Area: Junk Removal in Zionsville Indiana

 

If you live in or near Zionsville, Indiana and are looking to downsize, move or just plain get rid of some items then it may be time to consider what you are going to do with all of your excess items! If you have an old hot tub or trampoline dying a slow death in your backyard or an attic full of clutter that you no longer need then this guide is for you! Trying to cram your recycling bin or small trash can full of as many items as you can may get you part of the way but if those bins are overflowing and you still have a long way to go, then it may be time to consider some alternatives. Zionsville and its surrounding areas have a number of outlets for your unwanted items and more importantly, we have the company that can help you get all those items from Point A to Point B without necessarily sending all of them to the dump!

Junk Removal in Zionsville
Know Your Service Area: Junk Removal in Zionsville

 

At Fire Dawgs, we make an earnest effort to find alternative uses for the items that we are called to remove and haul away. Currently, we are able to Reuse, Recycle or Donate between 50-60% of the items that we come across and are able to do so by partnering with a number of recycling and donations centers. Some of those organizations are listed below:

Closest Businesses and Charities Accepting Drop-Off Donations:

Carmel-West Goodwill Store: 10491 Walnut Creek Dr., Suite 100, Carmel, IN

·         Accepts, clothing, household goods, furniture, electronics

Salvation Army: 5520 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN

·         Accepts clothing, household goods and furniture

St. Vincent de Paul: 1201 E. Maryland St., Indianapolis, IN

·         Accepts handicap equipment, vehicles, household goods, furniture, mattresses, appliances, clothing, books, toys and more

Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County ReStore: 17767 Sun Park Dr., Westfield, IN  

·         Cabinets, appliances, building materials, lumber, hardware, trim, doors, windows, light fixtures, hand/power tools

 

Donation Pick Up Servicehttp://www.donationtown.org has you enter your zip code and then will let you know what charities are available in your area. Organizations like Fire Dawgs will pick up and take items to these locations for a small fee on your behalf and then Fire Dawgs will send you the tax deductible receipt! Doesn’t get much easier than that! For the Zionsville area AMVETS and St. Vincent de Paul are the two organizations you can choose from that accept donations.

 

Recycling:

Worman Enterprises Organic Recycling: 10150 Zionsville Rd., Zionsville, IN

·         Accepts wood (tree branches and trunks, not lumber), leaves, dirt and grass

Ray’s 334 Recycle & Transfer Facility: 6251 S. Indianapolis Rd., Whitestown, IN

·         Accepts shingles, cardboard, concrete, electronics, glass bottles & jars, some plastics, and wood

Kruse Carpet Recycling: 4800 W. 96th St., Indianapolis, IN

·         Accepts carpet and padding

GreenCycle Northwest: 4227 Perryworth Rd., Whitestown, IN

·         Accepts concrete, pallets & skids, yard waste and food waste

 

Hazardous Material/Toxic Dump Site: Traders Point Collection Facility located at 7550 N. Lafayette Road in northwest Indianapolis is the closest facility to Zionsville. They take collections the first Saturday of each month from 9am-2pm. You can visit here to see a list of materials as well as the amount of materials accepted.

 

Of course instead of contacting companies individually you can also work with a junk removal company, like Fire Dawgs, who will pick up everything and distribute accordingly taking a majority of the legwork out from under you. Fire Dawgs makes sure items that can be recycled are recycled, items that can be donated are donated and then items that need to just be disposed of are disposed of. The only items a junk removal company cannot take off your hands are those that are hazardous or toxic. These items must be taken to a proper collection facility by the customer, like the Tox Dump mentioned above.

 

Additional Resources on Zionsville:

Local Government & Neighborhoods:www.zionsville-in.gov is the official site for the city of Zionsville. This site is a hub of information about local government and happenings in areas throughout the city.

Zionsville Chamber of Commerce:www.zionsvillechamber.org is a one-stop-shop to promote tourism and advance all business, professional, civic and cultural interests of the area.

Zionsville Merchants Association:www.zionsvillemerchants.com is a group of independent business owners whose purpose is to foster a center of activity and community support through preservation, communication, education, promotion and collaboration of local businesses.

Zionsville Economic Development Commission: www.zionsvilleedc.com is a non-for profit town organization that works to promote development, improve business environments and encourage sustainable business development.