• A Local Trash Service You Can Depend On

    Pro Disposal & Recycling is a local 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:
    20,144,340 pounds

     

  • yearly-trash YEARLY TRASH HAULED:
    156,772,051 pounds

     

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

     

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

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Grasscycling: Lawn Care's Biggest Bargain
Grasscycling is a popular trend in home lawn care that refers to leaving grass clippings to sit on top of grass as a natural fertilizer after mowing your lawn. It doesn’t require special equipment. You can use a regular mower – gas, electric or reel – or you can purchase a specialized mulching or recycling mower.
4 Reasons to Grasscycle:
1. Saves time. Grasscycling reduces mowing time by 40 percent – eliminating time handling and bagging clippings.
2. Saves money. When you let clippings lie, you no longer spend money on disposal – for bags or curbside yard waste programs.
3. Saves fertilizer. Clippings can cover up to 25 percent of your lawn’s fertilizer needs. One hundred pounds of clippings can produce 3–4 pounds of nitrogen, one-half to 1 pound of phosphorus, and 2–3 pounds of potassium (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are the main components of lawn fertilizer). If 100 pounds sounds like a lot, consider that a half-acre lawn in a temperate region like Pennsylvania produces more than 3 tons of grass clippings annually.
4. Saves space in landfills. Those 3 tons of clippings, mentioned above, wind up in landfills in some communities. Grasscyling returns clippings to lawns.

How To Grasscycle:

Use any mower. When using a non-mulching mower, remove the grass catcher and insert a safety plug. Many mowers have an adapter or retrofit kit that converts the mower into a mulching mower. Consider purchasing a mulching blade, which chops grass into smaller pieces.

Remove only one-third of grass blade length at each mowing. This is healthier for the turf and creates small grass pieces that readily decompose. If grass gets too high due to weather or vacation, cut once and then mow over clippings to chop and scatter them.

Keep your mower blade sharp. Dull blades tear grass, creating jagged edges that turn brown. Keep an extra, sharpened blade on hand so you can switch blades as needed and not miss a mowing.

Always mow when grass is dry.

When it’s time for a new mower, consider purchasing a mulching or recycling mower. Electric, battery-powered mowers are powerful enough for most traditional yards. To simplify battery-charging, choose a model that allows you to remove the battery. This is especially helpful in wintry climes if you store the mower in an unheated building and the battery requires winter storage above freezing.
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Grasscycling: Lawn Cares Biggest Bargain
Grasscycling is a popular trend in home lawn care that refers to leaving grass clippings to sit on top of grass as a natural fertilizer after mowing your lawn. It doesn’t require special equipment. You can use a regular mower – gas, electric or reel – or you can purchase a specialized mulching or recycling mower.
4 Reasons to Grasscycle:
1.   Saves time. Grasscycling reduces mowing time by 40 percent – eliminating time handling and bagging clippings.
2.   Saves money. When you let clippings lie, you no longer spend money on disposal – for bags or curbside yard waste programs.
3.   Saves fertilizer. Clippings can cover up to 25 percent of your lawn’s fertilizer needs. One hundred pounds of clippings can produce 3–4 pounds of nitrogen, one-half to 1 pound of phosphorus, and 2–3 pounds of potassium (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are the main components of lawn fertilizer). If 100 pounds sounds like a lot, consider that a half-acre lawn in a temperate region like Pennsylvania produces more than 3 tons of grass clippings annually.
4.    Saves space in landfills. Those 3 tons of clippings, mentioned above, wind up in landfills in some communities. Grasscyling returns clippings to lawns.

How To Grasscycle:

Use any mower. When using a non-mulching mower, remove the grass catcher and insert a safety plug. Many mowers have an adapter or retrofit kit that converts the mower into a mulching mower. Consider purchasing a mulching blade, which chops grass into smaller pieces.

Remove only one-third of grass blade length at each mowing. This is healthier for the turf and creates small grass pieces that readily decompose. If grass gets too high due to weather or vacation, cut once and then mow over clippings to chop and scatter them.

Keep your mower blade sharp. Dull blades tear grass, creating jagged edges that turn brown. Keep an extra, sharpened blade on hand so you can switch blades as needed and not miss a mowing.

Always mow when grass is dry.

When it’s time for a new mower, consider purchasing a mulching or recycling mower. Electric, battery-powered mowers are powerful enough for most traditional yards. To simplify battery-charging, choose a model that allows you to remove the battery. This is especially helpful in wintry climes if you store the mower in an unheated building and the battery requires winter storage above freezing.

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REMINDER- In observance of Memorial Day, we will be closed Monday, May 28th. All residential service will be delayed one day with service Tuesday through Saturday. Customer Service will be open a half day on Saturday June 2nd.

We now offer commercial service to businesses in Commerce City, Aurora and Douglas County!

You can contact us via email at email@prodisposal.net

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Our customer service hours  are Monday – Friday 8-5

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