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Is it safe to hire a garbage removal service during the pandemic period?

Hey there,
When we started our renovation process, we never thought how much waste we would generate. Each day we moved the garbage to the garage. Now the renovation is completed, and we need to remove the garbage as soon as possible. I walked into my garage last week filled with construction waste and determined to get it all cleaned out and found myself overwhelmed with all this debris and not knowing where to start. A neighbour saw me struggling and recommended to hire a garbage removal service in Ontario.
I'm considering contacting the company.
But I'm a little bit tensed on hiring a service during the pandemic season.
Is it safe to hire a garbage removal service during the pandemic period?

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Hi! I can see what kind of situation you are. I have been there. I also planned on renovating my home during lockdown to kill boredom. But waste management was a menace for me. I had no other option than hiring a service because it was beyond my control. Hence, I seek the help of this junk removal service, which was the best decision I made in my life. They wore all kinds of protective gear, followed the social distancing protocols, and they pulled off the job quite well. You might want to consider these folks as well. Unless the company follows a protective protocol and you take necessary precautions, you are good to go. I believe we start accepting that. 

Hi, I believe every community is entitled to a responsibility, I came across a cleaning services near me and this is long but worth the read. Given the morphology and structure of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2; the viral name for COVID-19), the virus has a three-hour lifespan in the air as part of aerosols, a four (4) hour lifespan on copper surfaces, a twenty-four (24) hour lifespan on cardboards; a two to three (2–3) day lifespan on stainless steel materials, three (3) day lifespan on plastics and sewage, and a three to four (3–4) day lifespan on solid faeces (van Doremalen et al., 2020, Ye et al., 2016, Chin et al., 2020, Nghiem et al., 2020). Hence, the structure and lifespan of SARS-CoV-2 on some mediums or surfaces that are found in waste are of tremendous concern in the increasing spread of COVID-19 (Qu et al., 2020). Proper waste collection from households, quarantine facilities, hospitals, and structural management is, therefore, critical in the efforts to curb the spread of the disease through environmental media.


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