March 4, 2019
Trash bin cleaning, a service sector that has thrived in Europe and the U.K. for decades, has started to take root in the United States over the last few years as American entrepreneurs begin to recognize and capitalize on a confluence of factors. The remnants and residues left in trash bins after they've been emptied not only smell bad, but they also pose legitimate health risks. Most people detest rolling up their sleeves and scrubbing those stinky containers out, so they're willing to pay a good sum of money to have someone do it for them.
In this gallery, Waste360 highlights a handful of trash bin cleaning businesses that have sprouted in recent years to fill open market spaces for this service around the country.