Climate Change in U.S.A

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

 

You can read many different climate change definitions, most of them too scientific but this is how the Junk Wanted Now team explains it:

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What is The Future Of Waste Management

Monday, August 1st, 2016

The Future of Waste Management

The Future of Waste Management

Future of waste management is one of the world’s biggest challenges at the moment with the bulky, smelling waste that is being generated all over the world in quantities beyond the imaginable. Developed countries like Sweden and the U.S. somehow manage to dispose most of it and some gets even recycled or turned into compost.

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Pokemon Go Green Challenge

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

A Great Opportunity To Clean New York

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A Pokemon Go Green Challenge for everyone living in New York. Tweet us a picture of any rubbish you have found in New York while playing Pokemon Go and we will contact the local authorities who will take action to remove it. Continue reading

Interesting Facts About Rubbish Scenes in Famous Movies

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Movie Pop Corn

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Movies are a false representation of a made-up reality. Or are they? Not everything you see on the big (or small) screen is fake. In fact, when it comes to rubbish and New York rubbish removal , you will be surprised at how much actors actually have to put up with. Because sometimes the easiest (and admittedly cheapest) way to make a rubbish scene in a movie is to throw the actors among heaps of refuse and hope for the best. Which is precisely what the directors of the movies featured in this article have done.

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The Hidden Link Between Boobs and Books

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016
Boobs vs Books

Boobs vs Books

Is the environment affected by breast enhancement? Do Boobs and Books have something in common, besides the visual resemblance of the two words? And who wins that fight – Boobs or Books? You can find the answers to those and many more questions about “boob jobs” in that article, just keep on reading! After all, we need a break from the ordinary rubbish removal in New York services tasks with something fresh and geeky.

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The impact of religious faith on attitudes to environmental issues

Monday, December 28th, 2015

“Ultimately, you take the sum of all the earth’s dynamic systems and they are much more capable of affecting us than we are on them; but we are still affecting them on a massive scale.”

Andrew, Secular

Nature's evolution

Nature’s evolution

Recently, in our research about the different mindsets as it comes to the environment, we came upon this extraordinary research: “The impact of religious faith on attitudes to environmental issues and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies: A mixed methods study”, by the Environment and Behaviour Research Group, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TP, United Kingdom.

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World Christmas Temperatures: Europe

Friday, December 18th, 2015
Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy

Junk Wanted Now – waste removal New York Company is starting a new project about the world Christmas temperatures around the world, starting with Europe. Covering only 2% of Earth’s surface Europe is the second smallest continent by surface area – only 3,930,000 sq mi. 40% of its area a covered by the largest of all 50 countries – Russia. The smallest is Vatican city. The population of those 50 countries is about 739–743 million and is mainly Christian.

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