The Problem with Trashcans

 6/12/2020
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 1 Minute
 Written By Mike McLinn

 Tags: safety, Bacteria, trash can cleaning, virus
The Problem with Trashcans

What is the biggest health hazard for your family? Today, there are hazards everywhere! Keeping your family safe from the outside world is an uphill battle. However, a big health threat lives right under your roof.

 Your trashcan is hotspot for bacteria like Salmonella, E. Coli, and Listeria. Think about it – germs and bacteria flourish in the something that your family touches every day. You might make breakfast in close quarters to your kitchen trash and your children might store their bikes next to the large garage can. You breathe in the air around the can and touch it every time you need to throw something away. Trashcans are always there, like a toxic shadow.

The problem with trashcans is that they are unsanitary, but we need them. Unfortunately, humans produce waste. Even if we recycle and try our best to make a smaller environmental fingerprint, there will still be trash left over that needs a place to stay until garbage day. This poses a problem!

Some problems with trashcans:

  • Germs
  • Bacteria
  • Mold
  • Mildew
  • Odor
  • Attracts insects
  • Attracts rodents
  • Cleaning might harm neighborhood water supply
  • Cleaning might destroy your grass

What is the best solution for your trashcan? Cleaning might cause harm and not cleaning it might cause harm. There is an answer to one the yuckiest, smelliest chores of your household. At We Wash, we do it for you. We are a locally owned trash and recycling can wash service with an environmental-friendly approach to cleaning and disinfecting your trashcan. All you do is leave your empty can at the end of your driveway and we do the rest!

 Best of all, it is affordable. You get 1 can washed once a month for just $10! Also, rest assured that all the grime and odor will be washed away and properly disposed. Contact us today using our contact us form or via telephone at 219-510-5316.