Spring cleaning is a social construct. But it seems so set in stone you can almost imagine our cave dweller ancestors getting the clan together in April for the annual washout of the cave. While it’s true that a thorough yearly cleaning can work wonders for our homes, dealing with waste throughout the year is a task that should not be overlooked.

Waste removal services play a crucial role in maintaining cleanliness and sustainability, particularly for businesses and multi-family apartments. Let’s explore the benefits and drawbacks of removing waste throughout each season.

After all the doubting, it still holds; Spring is an ideal season to kickstart waste removal efforts. Everything is being refreshed and renewed, and cleaning just feels right.


Opportunity for Deep Cleaning – Spring presents a chance to tackle accumulated winter waste, such as broken or outdated items, old documents, or expired products.

Increased Motivation – The energy associated with the season can inspire action and commitment to thorough cleanouts that just seem like too much at other times of the year.


Potential Overwhelm – Spring cleaning can become a daunting task if excessive waste has accumulated over time. As everyone else starts posting success stories about their spotless apartments and properties, it’s a good time to remember that there is more than one season to rent a dumpster and do a thorough cleanout.

Example: Rather than trying to do a spring clean out of the entire property, an apartment complex decides to only focus on collecting bulky and oversized pieces of junk. They contact a waste company that delivers bulky waste pickup. While it’s not a traditional spring cleaning, it’s manageable and still gives residents a feeling of extra space and freedom.

As the old saying goes, there is a season for everything. And it’s true. Waste management can be divided into sub-tasks that each have their appropriate season. So, let’s not limit spring cleaning activities to spring alone and realize the magic of year-round waste removal.