Updated: Mar 9
Your trash bin is one of the most unsanitary areas around your home and in this post, we'll discuss the importance of having your bin professionally cleaned and we'll talk a little bit about the process we use and how it differs from DIY methods.
Most of us don't think twice about what is lurking in and around the outside surfaces of our wheelie trash bins when we go to put another bag of trash in them, but we should all be very concerned. As one of the most unsanitary areas around your home, you'll find a plethora of germs, bacteria, and other pathogens. Things like E-Coli, Listeria, Salmonella, Influenza, and Norovirus to name a few, but that is just the tip of the iceberg.
Now add in pests like ants, flies, roaches, and rodents and you've compounded the problem because as these pests find their way into your home they are bringing the above-mentioned cocktail of viruses and bacteria in with them and depositing it on the surfaces inside your home. As your trash begins the decomposition process as it sits in your trash bin it provides the perfect environment for the pests to live, bread, and dine. Spiders also love the areas around your trash bin, all of the insects that are attracted to the rotting food provide a bountiful food source for the eight-legged terrors that we all have nightmares about.
That decomposition process also creates that offensive odor that you catch a wif of every time you open the lid, walk past the bin, or if the wind blows just right even your neighbors will know you have a stinky bin. As the food waste breaks down it begins to liquefy and makes its way to the bottom of the can with other liquid waste and that's where you'll find that funky trash soup, full of odor-causing bacteria this is not the soup of the day you want!
Now to the part where I try to talk you out of taking on the dirty job of DIY bin cleaning. Sure you can grab your favorite chemical cleaner, the garden hose, and a scrub brush and head towards that stinky can you've been dreading dealing with for who knows how long. throw open the lid and begin trying to hold your lunch down as you try to tame the filthy menace in front of you. Ok, so you sprayed some cleaner, scrubbed as far down as you could reach without having to crawl inside, and now that you're covered in trash can water, and you're questioning your decision as you try to figure out how to deal with the disgusting water and all the soggy trash that was created from straw wrappers, napkins, and other loose trash from the last time you cleaned out your car. Am I painting a pretty enough picture?
Enter CSRA Bin Cleaning and our hot water cleaning process. We use 194° hot high-pressure water to clean, sanitize, and deodorize that filthy bin. Our process is eco-friendly and we reclaim most of the water that is used during the cleaning process in our wash bay where any loose solid waste is screened out before the water is pumped into a holding tank for later disposal at a wastewater collection site. With our bin cleaning equipment, we are able to efficiently clean your trash bin, leaving you with a clean fresh smelling sanitary bin and you didn't even have to lift a finger.
If you'd like to sign up for our bin cleaning service, click the button below, answer a few questions and we'll get the process started. We look forward to serving you, If you have any questions or want to learn more about our service feel free to call us at 1 (833) 4CLNBIN (4256246) or send me an email to email@example.com