Our purpose is simple: be the best in our craft. Our mission is to provide a customer experience that frees up their space and their mind. Our guiding principals are clear:
505-Junk is a locally owned and operated junk removal and recycling company specializing in commercial, construction, and residential pickups throughout Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley. Pickups are simple. We send a truck team of two that does all the loading and lifting for you, which means you can just point to what you want gone.
Keep reading to learn more about our customer experience.
We believe that customer service should always be top of mind. We take our job very seriously, knowing that our services keep your home or job sites running smoothly.
This is a no-brainer, but very important nonetheless. We follow all WCB, business licensing, and recycling mandates required by local authorities.
We charge by weight instead of charging by volume and time. We have changed the industry by being the first company to install onboard weighing systems on our trucks. This makes our pricing much more accurate when comparing to our competitors.
We send two uniformed and professionally trained employees to every job. This way you can let us do the heavy lifting while you sit back and relax.
We grew up with blue box recycling, and that is instilled in our company values. Our mission is to donate or recycle any reusable goods or materials whenever possible. We have partnered with dozens of local recyclers and donation facilities across the Lower Mainland.
As active members in the community, we take it upon ourselves to keep our cities clean, green, and beautiful. We are constantly committed to enhancing and improving the environment. We thoroughly screen through all materials to ensure that recyclable items get salvaged and delivered to our recycling partner facilities. Anything that’s in good shape will be donated to local charities, so you know that they’ll get their full use. Learn more about our shoreline cleanups and other community initiatives on our Culture page.