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By on Mar 10, 2016 in Hometown News, Uncategorized |

My Movie Hometown Disposal can help make your event even more spectacular than you had planned.  When it comes to having the nicest events you are going to want the nicest restrooms.  Our Luxury Restroom Trailer is your solution. Our restroom trailer speaks elegance!  It has running water, is fully climate controlled, equipped with glass bowel sinks, lights, music, TV and a fireplace.  Please contact our office at 417-869-9393 for additional details regarding the restroom...

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By on Feb 1, 2016 in Hometown News |

Are you moving or just considering to change your trash service provider?  When making the decision on your trash service provider there are several factors you may take in consideration.  The easiest way to start your search many be to do a Google search to find what companies service your community.   Once you narrow down your search, make sure to check out company websites to compare services and the integrity of the company.  You may also look at reviews on sites such as Google, Yelp, Yahoo and Facebook to get a good feel for how the company operates. Some things to consider when choosing your trash service provider: Are they respectful of the neighborhood? At Hometown Disposal we strive to be respectful of the communities we service, we live in these communities as well.  Knowing that your day may not start as early as ours, we definitely do our best to keep the noise to a minimum.  From time to time we know that debris might scatter or drop from a can, we make sure to clean it up. Do they have additional fees? We at Hometown Disposal likes to keep it simple.  We offer a low flat quarterly rate, leaving out all of the service fees, such as fuel or environmental fees.  We also keep our rates consistent, taking out the guessing game of what you will pay the next quarter. Are they involved in the community? We know in order to succeed as a strong business we must have a strong community around us.  Hometown Disposal takes a lot of pride in our community and give back when we can.  As a local waste disposal company we spend several volunteer hours with the Springfield Chamber of Commerce, Home Builders Association, Shrine Mosque, and many other organizations.  In 2015, Hometown Disposal was also proud to contribute over $35,000 in services to many charitable organizations, such as the American Red Cross, American Legion, American Cancer Society, Price Cutter Charity Championship, and Rock’n Ribs put on by the Springfield Rotary Clubs. Hometown Disposal has a variety of services to meet your needs: Garbage: Take your cart to the curb and we’ll do the rest. Carry Out Service: If you are...

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By on Dec 15, 2015 in Hometown News |

We were very excited to continue our ability to give back to our community during this Holiday season.  Each year KTTS has their Christmas Crusade which partners with the “Crosslines” Adopt-A-Family program, “Least of These” organization in Christian County, and “Ambassadors for Children” a project of the Council of the Churches of the Ozarks.  Richard wanted to give Hometown Disposal and our employees the opportunity to provide more than trash service during this Christmas season.  So we decided to adopt two families!  The staff of Hometown Disposal came together and purchased coats, gloves, hats, and many toys in the hopes of making 6 children’s Christmas brighter.  It was a very heartwarming experience to know that we are helping others during the Holiday season.  We would also like to send a BIG Thank You to our employees who were able to...

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By on Sep 8, 2015 in Hometown News |

Just as a reminder, we will be running a day behind this week picking up trash due to the Labor Day Holiday. Monday Routes: Picked up Tuesday, Sept. 8. Tuesday Routes: Picked up Wednesday, Sept. 9 Wednesday Routes: Picked up Thursday, Sept. 10 Thursday Routes: Picked up Friday, Sept. 11 Friday Routes: Picked up Saturday, Sept. 12 We hope you had a safe and relaxing Labor Day...

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By on Aug 6, 2015 in Hometown News |

  We are very exciting to be partnering with the Price Cutter Charity Golf Tournament in Springfield, MO this year.  Hometown Disposal will be providing trash service as well as portable restrooms for the entire event.  Through the next 2 days we will be delivering and strategically placing 120 poly carts, 30 portable restrooms, hand wash stations and our luxury restroom trailer throughout Highland Springs Country Club and Golf Course.   The Price Cutter Charity Golf Tournament kicked off today with the Betty Allison’s Junior Pro-Am, with a week full of Pro-Am’s to be played throughout the Ozarks to follow.  The Price Cutter Charity Championship will be starting Thursday, August 13 with play through Sunday, August 16.   We are excited for this event and can’t wait to see you there.   Children’s Charities Supported by the Price Cutter Charity Golf Tournament A Sporting Chance provides a stimulating sports and recreational atmosphere that allows individuals with disabilities or disadvantages to have a chance to benefit from the physical, psychological and social advantages provided by a quality sports program. A Sporting Chance will use funds donated by the Price Cutter Charity Championship Presented by Dr Pepper to support the programs we offer on a year-round basis. Tournament funds allow us to serve over 2,300 individuals with 7 weeks of basketball, 7 weeks of track and field, 7 weeks of softball, 7 weeks of golf, 7 weeks of bowling and 7 weeks of volleyball. Without the funds generated by the tournament, A Sporting Chance would not be able to provide these programs. Ambassadors for Children meets the needs of abused and neglected children in the Ozarks through the provision of new clothing, tutoring, duffel bags filled with hygiene items, and items & activities that enhance the self-esteem of local foster children. Their Adopt-a-Caseworker program also fulfills the needs of abused and neglected children by matching child protective caseworkers with community groups. Since its inception in 1999, Ambassadors for Children has served over 8,000 local children. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks was incorporated in Springfield in 1983. The organization is designed to enhance a child’ site based programs such as Big Buddies and School Based Mentoring. The Boys & Girls...

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