Dumpster Rentals

Sometimes when taking a casual automobile ride heading to Lakeland, I can’t help but notice that the sides of the road are often littered with junk and debris. Shockingly, on one occasion, I spotted a couple plastic bags of  trash. What is the world coming to that people think nothing of tossing garbage out of car windows or dropping cigarettes and food wrappers on the ground? I can only come to two conclusions….they just don’t care about the environment or people in general or they live in an area without garbage service and have to pay a private company to pick up their rubbish. The latter might be beyond their financial means or, who knows, could be these folks are actually too cheap to pay for garbage service. Whatever the reason for highway littering, it needs to be stopped. I’ve even seen oil cans and water bottles mucking up the road. Call me crazy or paranoid but I, for one, can’t help but feel grossed out when unhealthy conditions are staring me right in the face. When my kids were young, I read them a story book over and over about littering. It was a tale of a boy who ignored the wastebasket in his bedroom and day after day, he would drop a piece of paper on the floor and just leave it there, never picking it up. By the end of the story, as you can guess, his bedroom turned into one big mountainous pile of trash. It was disgusting to look at, hard to move around it and eventually had to be cleaned up. The moral of the story was that it takes a lot more work to clean up a mountain than to pick up one little piece of paper. I always made it a point to keep a small litter container in each of my children’s bedrooms and the rule was to make sure every piece of paper, etc. got thrown into the container. When debris tends to stack up, I imagine that’s how hoarding begins. I think to encourage folks to be responsible for cleaning up their own mess is beneficial to everyone. I would like to see trash receptacles out in the open near Lakeland.

Dumpster Rentals Lakeland would be the ideal solution to save the planet for future generations. For every piece of paper or plastic that goes into a trash container, a small part of the earth becomes safer and healthier.

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