Storing trash bins in a garage or close to your home is sometimes necessary. Clean bins can prevent dangerous viruses and rodents from entering the home.
Your bins harbor bacteria and viruses that are harmful to you and your family such as Tuberculosis, Strep, Staph, E-Coli, Salmonella and Listeria. Clean Cans of California can disinfect, sanitize and deodorize eliminating 99.9% of all bacteria.
Cleaning your bins in your driveway causes water pollution by allowing that water to flow through your storm drain and into our rivers, lakes and oceans.
Clean Cans of California uses low volume, high pressure, 250 degree hot water, & waste water is captured in our self-contained hopper. All waste is disposed of in proper facilities so that the water never reaches our rivers, lakes or oceans.
Manual cleaning of your bins usually requires harsh chemicals, or allows harmful bacteria to flow straight into storm drains, contaminating all bodies of water that it enters. We use a state-of-the-art & safe process.
We can stop storm drain pollution together, and help keep our community clean.Ryan Olsen, Founder
Coli, Salmonella, Listeria and more are commonly found in your trash bins and are very easily spread.
Most people think that they can clean this stuff on their own. Although it can be done, there are various health risks associated with it.
To top it all off, you are now spreading that bacteria into your home, and risking the health of you and your family. Let’s face it, it’s just downright nasty and dangerous.
If the above was not enough to convince you, let’s talk about what you do with the dirty water from cleaning on your own…
When residents clean trash bins on their own, chances are that they use chemicals such as bleach or detergents and then dump the water all over their yard and street, polluting our land and waters.
Illegal dumping such as the dumping of dirty water on public or private land without a license, permit or approval from a relevant authority, such as the EPA or local council, is illegal. There are significant penalties up to $5,000.00 or more for those that are caught illegally dumping waste.