Thursday, July 9, 2009

Capital Junk Launches In Ottawa

Environmentally Friendly Junk Removal Business Expands to Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada - July 6, 2009 - Capital Junk is excited to announce the arrival of their operations to the city of Ottawa. Locally owned and operated, Capital Junk is a full service organization that specializes in removing unwanted items from homes and businesses. The company has already received an overwhelming positive response from Ottawa citizens who are in need of professional services for disposing of their accumulated clutter.

Often times, people have acquired items that they simply aren’t sure how to get rid of. Places such as attics, basements, garages, and backyards tend to amass an assortment of materials that people don’t want or need and that they can’t sell or give away. In these situations, Capital Junk is the perfect company to call. With their quick response and hassle free pick up, getting rid of your unwanted items could not be easier.

With Capital Junk, the entire process works very smoothly. After receiving a customer’s call, Capital Junk’s professional team arrives at the customer’s home or business with a truck that is large enough to haul away practically anything. The unwanted items are quickly loaded onto the truck and are disposed of in a proper and efficient manner.

This is perhaps the most impressive aspect of Capital Junk’s services. Not only do they haul away the old stuff that you are tired of looking at, they take those items and dispose of them in a way that is environmentally friendly. By recycling some items and donating the more usable ones to local charities, Capital Junk has taken a positive stand towards helping the environment and reducing the amounts of damaging substances that can, over time, be harmful to us all.

Capital Junk is very excited to be a part of the Ottawa community, and they look forward to servicing the citizens with all of their junk removal needs. For additional information and/or a free quote, please visit or submit an email to

No comments:

Post a Comment