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Furniture Donation in Vancouver: Creating a Susainable Future

Are you looking for a way to get rid of your old furniture in Vancouver, but don’t want it to go to waste? Look no further than 505-Junk. We pride […]

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Delta Spring Clean-Up

Learn more about the Delta Spring Clean-Up Spring cleaning has officially started for most of you, which means your junk is starting to pile up. You may have started to […]

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Richmond RCMP Toy Drive

Join us on Saturday, November 19th for the 8th Annual Richmond RCMP toy drive presented by Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives. The event will take place between 8 AM and 1 […]

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Back to School Decluttering with 505-Junk

It’s that time of year again! The summer is coming to an end and the kids are going back to school, which can be a very overwhelming time of year […]

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Refer a friend. Plant two trees.

It’s simple. Refer a friend to 505-Junk and we will plant two trees. Better for the environment A top priority at 505-Junk is to change the way the junk removal […]

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Group of Entrepreneurs Build Homes for Charity

Photography and Words by Scott Foran (Co-Founder, 505-Junk) November 19, 2019: Last week I went to Baja California, Mexico with Breakthrough Academy and a group of like-minded entrepreneurs expecting to […]

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2019 South Delta Shoreline Cleanup

After a minor wind delay on the original date of April 27th, the South Delta Shoreline Cleanup turned out to be a great success. At 10:00AM on June 1st, nearly […]

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Small Business BC INSPIRE

Written by Neal Lally: On Monday, October 1st, we attended the 8th annual Small Business BC INSPIRE event held at the Telus World Of Science. The evening was filled with networking, celebration and […]

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Triangle Beach Cleanup

Sunday, September 30th: Our Greater Vancouver General Manager, Alex Elsey, participated in the Triangle Beach Cleanup in Richmond, BC hosted by the 4 Wheel Drive Association of British Columbia. They were […]