Commercial Services

State of the art equipment to clean, sanitize, and maintain your dumpsters and pads

Commercial Trash Bin Services

Do you dread the dumpster? Create a pleasant environment for your customers and employees with sanitized and odor-free dumpsters and trash bins. Apex Bin Cleaning offers an eco-friendly approach to dumpster cleaning. Our truck comes to your business, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, to clean your trash receptacles so you or your employees don’t have to. Our services are especially valuable to members of the food service industry.

What do we do?

We use a high-pressure head spraying 200 degree water to kill the bacteria

We sanitize your dumpsters removing 99.9% of germs, fungi, and viruses

We deodorize your dumpster so instead of deterring customers they will deter bugs and rodents

We protect and the environment with our eco-friendly process and cleaners

We properly dispose of all recaptured wash water

We work with you to make scheduling and maintenance as simple as possible

Make a positive impact on our community

Our process keeps the water out of Lake Pontchartrain

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Why use a trash bin cleaning service?

Leaving your dumpsters with a terrible odor can potentially discourage new customers from walking though the door.

Manual cleaning of your bins usually requires harsh chemicals, or allows harmful bacteria to flow straight into storm drains, contaminating all bodies of water that it enters. We use a state-of-the-art & safe process.

Why expend valuable employee time cleaning the dumpster when they could be using their time being productive for your business.

Your dumpsters harbor bacteria and viruses that are harmful to you and your business such as Tuberculosis, Strep, Staph, E-Coli, Salmonella and Listeria. APEX can disinfect, sanitize and deodorize eliminating 99.9% of all bacteria.

We use low volume, high pressure, 200 hot water, & waste water is captured in our self-contained hopper. All waste is disposed of in proper facilities so that the water never reaches our rivers or Lake Pontchartrain.