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    Pro Disposal & Recycling is a locally owned Denver trash and recycling company working hard to provide customers with dependable and affordable local trash service and recycling solutions they can count on.

    We offer a variety of Denver trash and recycling options. Our service even goes the extra mile to return your bins from the curb to the side of your home or garage. Its just one of the benefits that makes Pro Disposal & Recycling the areas leading local trash company.

    Pro Disposal & Recycling Statistics

    Since 1999, Pro Disposal & Recycling has been a leading provider of residential trash and recycling services in the Denver area. Residents have trusted us to haul an astonishing amount of trash and recycling products each year.

Pro Disposal & Recycling Statistics:

  • yearly-recycling YEARLY RECYCLING HAULED:
    13,340,040 pounds


  • yearly-trash YEARLY TRASH HAULED:
    124,483,944 pounds


  • customer-yearly-recycling EACH CUSTOMER YEARLY RECYCLING:
    704 pounds


  • customer-yearly-trash EACH CUSTOMER YEARLY TRASH:
    3,306 pounds

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Thanks to all our partners, friends and others who showed their support at the Colorado Rockies' pre-game event with us. It was a memorable Home Opener, punctuated by a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers!
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Thanks to all our partners, friends and others who showed their support at the Colorado Rockies pre-game event with us. It was a memorable Home Opener, punctuated by a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers!

Rebel, this recognition is so deserved. Your and Robert’s (our Assistant District Manager) dedication to unselfish giving serves as an inspiration to us all.

Woman of the year: Rebel Rodriguez

Rebel Rodriguez is the 2017 Arvada Chamber Woman of the Year.

Shanna Fortier

Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1:00 pm

Dot Miller became involved in Arvada as a business owner and chamber member in 2006. She was an event planner for the chamber as well as Historic Old Town Arvada’s Gold Strike Festival. From 2008 to 2013, she was the executive director of the Arvada chamber. She, along with Bob Dyer and Ereka O’Hara, founded the Arvada Vitality Alliance supporting Arvada charitable and cultural organizations. Miller has also served as a board member of the Arvada Colts semi-pro baseball team, The Business Education Alliance, Ralston House and received a Denver Business Journal’s “Denver Under 40” award in 2010.

Ranger Miller founded and has helped launch the Blues & BBQ Music and Art Festival, raising over $172,000 for Habitat for Humanity for the past 19 years and planning for the 20th edition this year. He is also an instructor for the Jeffco Business Education Alliance.

Shanna Fortier

When Rebel Rodriguez started attending The Rising Church in Olde Town Arvada, she wanted to serve the community. So, she got involved with the church’s food bank. A short time later, she ended up running it.

Today, The Rising’s food bank serves about 8,000 people a year with much of the volunteer work coming from the local homeless community.

Rodriguez’s work with the food bank and the homeless has earned her the recognition of the 2017 Arvada Chamber Woman of the Year.

“She works behind the scenes for no recognition or reward and does something that’s vitally needed in the community,” said Steve Camins, chair of the award selection committee.

Rodriguez, a full-time volunteer, said she was blindsided by the award.

“It was a surprise,” Rodriguez said. “But I am excited about it and I am humbled by it because I know there are probably several other woman ahead of me that do more. Sometimes I think that I don’t do anything super spectacular, so it is humbling and honoring.”

But The Rising Church Pastor Steve Byers said their food bank and homeless ministry would not be what it is today without Rodriguez.

“She helped make us aware of the homeless issue,” Byers said. “And it’s amazing what has developed here.”

Rodriguez first met the local homeless men when she was walking her dog in an Olde Town park. She stopped and said, “hello.” A short time later, she started volunteering at the food pantry and she invited the homeless men to help her.

“We’re we are almost five years later and they’re still helping out,” Rodriguez said.

The week at the food bank starts on Thursdays with Rodriguez picking up anywhere from 2,000 to 2,500 pounds of food from Food Bank of the Rockies. A homeless volunteer usually drives with her to help. When she gets back to the church, two to five more homeless volunteers are there to help unload the truck.

They restock the shelves and get everything ready for Saturday.

Saturday is the big day when the food bank gives away the most food.

“I try not to be stingy,” Rodriguez says about the boxes of food given out. “It’s tough swallowing pride and admitting you don’t have enough. I try to make people feel like they just came to their aunt and uncles house.”

Rodriguez said she tries to get to know each person at the food bank on a more personal level, offering them prayer for their daily needs.

“She goes over and beyond,” said Liz Parsons, who has known Rodriguez for 17 years. “She just wants to do God’s work. As a friend, it’s so uplifting and it keeps thing in perspective.”

For the homeless who hang around Olde Town, sleep on The Rising Church property and volunteer with the food bank, Rodriguez helps create a safe haven for them.

“She empowers them and she believes in them, so we all do now,” Byers said.
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