In 2007, Danny Keaton began hauling trash and recycling in the back of a 1985 Toyota van for residents in Madison County with the laid back motto "Danny's Dumpster - You Make It, We Take It". But when green legislation passed in North Carolina in 2008, requiring businesses with alcoholic beverage permits to recycle their bottles, he realized that the future of trash lay in responsible disposal not mass disposal. His wife, Natalie, began work with the business that year as their own family also began to grow. In 2009, Danny started hauling compostable waste in addition to recycling and trash, and in 2012 started a compost processing facility to to help divert large volumes of materials from area landfills while also creating a quality by-product of finished compost and topsoil. This new service, as well as grants from the North Carolina Department of Environmental and Natural Resources, helped to establish Danny's Dumpster as a green industry and set it apart from large scale waste haulers in the area. To reflect these changes, the business motto evolved into, "Danny's Dumpster - Reducing Waste, Renewing Resources". As the business continues to grow, thanks in large part to the integrity and commitment of our customers; as well as our incredibly loyal and hard-working crew, our mission becomes more fully realized: "Working towards a waste free WNC be enabling, educating and inspiring people to dispose responsibly and reduce waste through composting and recycling." Thank you for helping us make it happen!
Danny's Dumpster specializes in waste reduction while striving to make environmentally responsible decisions both affordable and convenient.From set-up to pick-up we're continually working to improve your
disposal service- washing containers and using compostable bags, streamlining pick-ups, educating customers and brainstorming solutions to unique waste problems.
Danny's Dumpster operates its own compost processing facility in Asheville, closing the loop on a system that takes food scraps out of the kitchen and puts them back to work in the earth. Nutrient rich topsoil from locally collected materials is available now in a variety of blends and quantities.
It's just one little can. One little can can't change the world." Ever heard that? That one little can is energy, water, pollution savings, jobs and more money for your home town to spruce up, perk up and stand up. It's not what it can't do, but what it can do... for you!
All over North Carolina, people just like you are employed, pay taxes, spend money and invest in their communities thanks to recycling. The stuff you recycle means that 13,000 North Carolinians have a job and that means money for the economy.
Plus, recycling helps to lower emissions of smog-forming gases. It's the number one thing you can do to help curb climate change, the effects of asthma and red level alert days.
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