Business Trash Pickup
Walters knows that businesses can sometimes get lost by giant waste hauling corporations. The specialized needs of our customers are addressed with easily adaptable schedules and equipment. This is the foundation of our success. Our trucks are radio equipped and our drivers are extremely capable of handling any issue. Our team of safe, efficient and friendly drivers use trucks equipped with state-of-the art routing and GPS systems. In addition, we are well underway in converting our fleet to be powered by clean burning, quiet and abundant compressed natural gas (CNG).
We can pick-up your garbage and/or recycling:
- When you call for service
- Once a month
- Every other week
- Up to 6 times a week (in certain areas)
We provide commercial waste disposal and recycling services to customers in Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey Scott, Washington and a small portion of Carver counties. For a quote or to have one of our experienced Territory Managers analyze your current level of service and provide you with cost-saving ideas, contact us at (763) 780-8464 or email@example.com.
Container Size Options
We have the following trash containers available for your use. (Sizes are approximate and may vary according to manufacturer.) We also have a full line of compactors for large volume accounts and 10, 20, and 30 yard boxes for large one-time projects.
Walters Recycling & Refuse, Inc. is committed to providing superior services as well as attentive customer care. Since June of 2000, we have included a fuel surcharge on your invoices. Due to our inability to control variable the changes in fuel costs, and our desire to provide our customers with an equitable, tangible adjustment, we have instituted a fuel index. The fuel surcharge will be adjusted monthly based on the then current weekly U. S. Department of Energy published diesel price per gallon for the Midwest Region prior to the date that your invoice was generated.
We would like to thank all of our customers for their loyalty over the years – we appreciate it!
The U. S. Department of Energy weekly diesel fuel prices