Piedmont Junk Removal

All American Hauling is a leading trash and waste pickup company serving the San Francisco Bay Area. We specialize in both commercial and residential hauling jobs and provide FAST professional quality service at very competitive rates. Call us today to discuss your project and get an immediate estimate over the phone!

About Piedmont

Completely surrounded by the sprawling city of Oakland, Piedmont, California nevertheless manages to hold its own handily. The small city was incorporated in the early 1900s and experienced significant development over the next generation. In the 2010 census, Piedmont turned in a population of 10,667, consisting mostly of families. In fact, its charming, tree-lined streets are almost totally given over to single-family housing. Piedmont is situated just northeast of Lake Merritt, and is encircled by major freeways leading to the heart of Oakland, and from there, across the Oakland Bay Bridge into vibrant San Francisco.

Home Improvement Stores in Piedmont

As stated above, little bitty Piedmont reserves most of its precious space for raising families and then welcoming them back for vacations and holidays. The local residents must even cross the city limits’ borders in order to go to the nearest shopping center, in Oakland. The closest home improvement stores, such as Home Depot, are likewise across the way. But this is all just on paper, since it’s only a matter of a few miles’ journey to Piedmont’s larger next-door neighbors. There are, of course, local specialty shops and hardware stores, such as Ace Hardware on 1221 Grand Avenue (510-652-1936).

Prominent Contractors in Piedmont

Anyone looking for a good contractor or builder to carry out construction in Piedmont, California will soon find that most of them are listed in the city of Oakland. This is a bit deception, though, because many of them have addresses less than a mile from Piedmont’s outer perimeters. Within its borders, you will find Karl Kardel Company, contractors at 479 Mountain Avenue (510-654-0854), FMS Projects at 341 El Cerrito Avenue (510-547-6111), Mr. Drain Plumbing at 108 Vista Avenue (510-257-1265), and Jeffery Bickel Painting and Waterproofing at 51 Portsmouth Road (510-663-7464).

Piedmont is a very affluent community located in the San Francisco East Bay region in California. It is complete surrounded by the city of Oakland and has a population of just 11,000. It was named the “best place to live” in the United States by Forbes magazine in 2007 and was included in CNN Money Magazine’s 25 Top-Earning Towns in the country.

All American Hauling offers full services in the Piedmont area including garbage and junk removal, demolition and clean-up. Please contact us for a free estimate. We answer our phone and are happy to discuss the specifics of your situation right away.

All American Hauling is a leading yard clean-up removal company serving the San Francisco Bay Area Trash Removal and, in particular, the East Bay region in Contra Costa County. We do both commercial and residential hauling jobs and provide FAST professional quality service at very competitive rates. Call us today to discuss your project and get an immediate estimate over the phone!

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Solid waste is any garbage, sludge from wastewater treatment, or other discarded material including solid, liquid, or gaseous material from industrial, commercial, and residential activities.

Solid wastes include:

  • Plastics

  • Latex Paints

  • Scrap Metal

  • Used Oil

  • Furniture

  • Appliances

  • Cans

  • Residential Garbage

  • Commercial Garbage

  • Construction and Demolition Debris

  • Medical Needles

Solid waste material must be disposed of through one of six primary methods. These are Biological reprocessing (also known as Anaerobic digestion or energy recovery), Recycling or reuse, incineration, landfill disposal/burial, deep well injection (not a preferred method), and unfortunately ocean dumping.

Solid waste management run by the government
In Piedmont, California, solid wastes are categorized for collection as such:
Recycling Collection – This category collects recyclable materials. The government does not limit the amount of materials to collect nor does it charge a fee for the collection.
Organics Collection – Organics materials are yard debris, food scraps and food-soiled paper.
Garbage Collection – Garbage is considered non-recyclable, inorganic, non-hazardous waste.
Bulky Waste Collection – Bulky waste collection is free, but is only offered 4 times per year. The size is limited to 20 cubic yards per individual.
If a resident exceeds the annual limit, they must use a commercial junk disposal service such as All American Hauling to dispose their bulk waste.

Frequently included in bulky waste are:

  • Fluorescent Bulbs

  • Batteries

  • Cleaners, Pesticides, Fertilizers

  • Medical Waste

  • Paint, Thinner, Varnish, etc

  • Motor Oil and Filter, Batteries and Old Fuel

Construction and Demolition (C&D) Recycling
Construction and demolition services that have a building permit value of $50,000 or more are required to divert 50% of the debris from going to the landfill.
Other countries use a different method. Most have weekly schedules, alternating the kind of trash they must send for collection every week. Some have required fees for collection. Other countries dump trash in a dump truck without sorting it.

What if we don’t have a solid waste management plan in our location?
Residents can start a solid waste management plan right at home. The most effective and common way to do this is by separating biodegradable from non biodegradables using two trash bins.
Biodegradable materials are those that decompose. Create a compost pit out of it.
Non-biodegradable materials are plastics, bottles (glass and aluminium). Non-biodegradable materials can be dropped off at recycling centers near your community.
All other trash not belonging to this category can be disposed of in community landfills. Call a commercial garbage disposal service for bulky wastes.
To manage waste effectively, use the Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle waste management method.