The Benefits of Owning a Green Franchise Business

Green Franchise Businesss Rubbish Works

Green Businesses are not Only Good for the Environment, but they also Attract Employees and Customers

Green businesses are good businesses. They offer many benefits beyond the feel-good aspect. Not only do they allow business owners to impact their communities and the planet, but they also attract customers and employees. According to a survey from McKinsey & Co., 66% of all respondents and 75% of millennial respondents say they consider sustainability when making a purchase. 

People want to work for companies that share their values. An IBM survey found a growing interest in employees who apply to and accept jobs from environmentally sustainable companies, with 67% of the respondents reporting that they are more willing to apply for, and 68% more willing to accept positions from such companies. The same survey found that 35% of those who changed jobs last year, accepted a job with an employer they consider to be sustainable, while 34% accepted a role where they can directly influence sustainable outcomes.

An Eco-Friendly Franchise

Rubbish Works Junk Removal is a great example of a business that offers an opportunity to impact communities and the environment. The trash hauling franchise handles responsible waste removal and recycling services for residential and commercial customers; the company also rents dumpsters. “Our franchise owners work with local charities to repurpose junk within their communities. Donation is our first priority, so we do our best to identify items that can be repurposed,” says Will Faulkner, brand leader for Rubbish Works. “Any recyclable items in our trucks that cannot be donated are separated and delivered to the appropriate local recycling facilities. We follow all local protocols and our own high standards for sustainability.”

The eco-friendly brand takes pride in recycling or donating at least 50% of what it hauls, keeping those materials out of landfills. Whether the items are destined for the recycling center, a charity or the transfer station, the company’s goal is to provide customers with the options they want and the service they expect.

The junk removal and dumpster rental industry is on the rise as more and more homeowners are embracing increasingly minimal and junk-free lives. This provides a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to bring Rubbish Works services into their communities. With Rubbish Works, franchisees can reach personal and professional goals while making a positive impact on their communities and the environment.

Green Franchise Business Rubbish Works Junk Removal
Green Franchise Business Rubbish Works Junk Removal
The Rubbish Works Junk Removal franchise handles responsible waste removal and recycling services for residential and commercial customers.

Meet Will Faulkner, Brand Leader for Rubbish Works

Green Franchise Business Rubbish Works Junk Removal

What Do You Love about Rubbish Works?

What I find most appealing about Rubbish Works is its simplicity. This business model has been meticulously crafted for owners seeking a semi-absentee approach, offering a streamlined and straightforward operation. It requires no specific skill set, eliminates the need for inventory management, and embodies a remarkably uncomplicated concept. When executed proficiently, it has the potential to yield substantial returns on investment. This model serves as an ideal gateway to entrepreneurship, particularly for individuals lacking prior business experience. It empowers them to establish and expand a business while concurrently maintaining their existing full-time employment.

What Makes Premium Service Brands Stand Out in Franchising?

What sets us apart is our proactive approach to integrating cutting-edge technology into our franchise system, enabling our owners to access precise data, optimize their operations and foster business growth. In today’s competitive landscape, failure to embrace technology and AI solutions can result in falling behind rapidly. At Premium Service Brands, we maintain a forward-thinking stance in harnessing technology throughout our daily operations.

What Do You Love about Working on the PSB Team?

What truly distinguishes the experience of working at Premium Service Brands is our unwavering commitment to a forward-looking mindset. We operate with a dedication to continuous improvement and progress. We consistently augment our infrastructure, forge strategic partnerships with vendors and integrate cutting-edge technology, all aimed at fostering the growth of our franchisees and enhancing the overall efficiency of PSB.

About Rubbish Works Junk Removal

Industry: Junk Removal
Franchising Since: 2005
Existing Locations: 8

  • On-demand services
  • Donation, recycling, disposal
  • Residential and commercial

Franchisee Support

A company is only as strong and successful as its franchisees. Rubbish Works offers continuous support and resources, including:

  • Comprehensive training
  • Custom marketing strategies
  • Help in building a customer base
  • Processes for excellent customer experiences
  • Exclusive franchise management software
  • Professional growth through seminars and conference

Premium Service Brands

Rubbish Works Junk Removal is part of Premium Service Brands (PSB), a leading franchisor of home services brands. Since its inception, PSB has grown to a network of more than 1,100 locations across North America. Other franchises under the PSB umbrella include House Doctors360 ̊ Painting, RooterMan, Maid Right, The Grout Medic, and Window Gang. Franchisees benefit from being part of the $506 billion home services industry.

For more information, please visit https://www.premiumservicebrands.com/rubbish-works/ or contact Matt Woodcock at mwoodcock@premiumservicebrands.com.

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Jill Abrahamsen’s career spans more than 25 years in editorial, design, and marketing roles. As the editorial director of IFPG, she serves as editor-in-chief of Franchise Consultant Magazine and FranchiseWire. Through both platforms, Jill helps franchisors spread the word about their brands and reports on the latest franchise news and trends. A skilled storyteller, Jill communicates franchisor’s messages through feature articles and franchisee interviews.

Jill is an accomplished writer, editor and graphic designer. Her extensive experience includes key roles with major consumer publications, including Boating, Popular Photography, and Design NJ magazines. As founding editor-in-chief of Franchise Dictionary magazine, Jill developed her passion and fascination for franchising which continues to grow in her role at IFPG.
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