New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
Movers, Not Shakers, New York City’s only “Green” moving company and potentially one of only a few in the United States, celebrates Earth Day by introducing clothing and electronics recycling to help consumers easily recycle unwanted items during the moving process.
The company also celebrates a milestone of saving an estimated 50 tons of cardboard since it became “Green” seven years ago. In New York alone, New Yorkers waste roughly 300,000 tons of paper and cardboard each year. For those consumers who “Like” its Facebook page by April 25, 2014, they will be entered to win a free “Green” move valued at $600.
As part of its complete “Green” moving system – plastic bins vs. cardboard, trucks running on biodiesel, Movers, Not Shakers has now created a complete one-stop “Green” moving experience for consumers with its new clothing and electronics recycling.
“Since 2007, Movers, Not Shakers has focused on being the “Green” moving alternative in the industry, potentially one of the few in the United States,” said Mark Ehrhardt, owner of Movers, Not Shakers, based in Brooklyn, NY. “Being a “Green” moving company is our commitment to helping the environment, and we are always looking for ways to further introduce new “Green” services.”
The new clothing/electronics recycling service works as follows – once a move has been planned, Movers, Not Shakers delivers numerous plastic bins (in two sizes) for consumers to pack in and now brings recyclable bags for consumers to place any unwanted clothing or electronics. Movers, Not Shakers then coordinates recycling of these items through outside sources.
ABOUT MOVERS, NOT SHAKERS
Since 2007, Movers, Not Shakers, headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, has offered “Green” moving solutions to consumers as part of its commitment to help the environment. The company is the only “Green” moving company in the New York City area, and one of a few perhaps in the United States. As part of its “Green” moving system, Movers, Not Shakers offers plastic bins vs. cardboard, trucks that run on biodiesel fuel, and clothing/electronics recycling. For more information, go to http://www.moversnotshakers.com or call (718) 243-0221.
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