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Capitol Waste Garbage Cans are Full of good stuff

July 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Capitol Waste Services, Inc. (Capitol) was incorporated in July 2002 and is a fully insured and bonded company. The company relies on its proven skills of its founders, Joseph Ricupero and Michael Merullo who bring over three (3) decades of business experience and will lead the company as it continues to establishes itself as […]

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This Northwest Refuse Dumpster had Dog Poop in it! Yuck…!

July 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Environmental Impact? I have extensive knowledge of commercial waste disposal systems. I will never Dive in this bin again. 🙁

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I Dived in a Varner Bros Dumpster in Bakersfield CA

July 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

Varner Bros., Inc. is dedicated to improving our community and our industry by providing professional services based on strong moral and ethical standards. These standards not only define how we conduct business, but also defines our commitment to our customers, vendors, and employees. Varner Bros., Inc. has been a proud staple in the Bakersfield community […]

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Dumpster Diver Creates Little Free Libraries

July 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

The advantage of these little libraries are that neighbors meet neighbors through them and in a way, they are sharing more than just neighborly visits. Books are being shared that were read by neighbors who are now sharing the books with fellow neighbors. It would be interesting to see what books are being shared in […]

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Police Officers Dumpster Dive Too

July 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

“A couple cops over there are going through the trash cans looking for the murder weapon,” Jackpot dumpster diver diving haul at the DEA cops dumpster. I score $1,500 worth of micro-cassettes, 35mm film, copper wire, tape players, police sirens, new antennas and other scrap metal items in the trash. Dumpster Diving at the DEA […]

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Dumpster Diving Printable Tip Chart

July 17, 2017 / 0 Comments

Why are people so dumpster-averse? A few reasons: People don’t believe valuable books are thrown away in mass. People don’t know where to go. People are scared of digging through trash. They actually have to put in work to find dumpster sources (Google won’t help you here.) It’s inconsistent.

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