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Usopp Waste Management

"Turning Clutter into Care: Usopp's Way."

Usopp Waste Management

902 S Maple Ave
Tempe Arizona 85281
United States

(480) 588-0425

Business Description

"Usopp Waste Management - Tempe's Eco Friendly Disposal Champion".

In the heart of Tempe, and its surrounding areas, a robust waste-management structure is essential to the region's environmental well-being. Introducing **Usopp Waste Management** - your top-tier partner in all-encompassing waste solutions. Our commitment to keeping Tempe clean and in harmony to nature is evident in everything we do, from our daily trash collection to our expert-level truck offerings.

### Waste Disposal - The Foundation of Metropolitan Living

The dynamic populace of Tempe and its adjacent territories generate an impressive volume of waste. Efficient disposal goes beyond mere trash elimination - it echoes our devotion to nature, our drive to curb pollution, and our goal to uphold public health. Through Usopp's strategic waste management techniques, we guarantee an eco-responsible handling of waste.

### Dump Truck Services - Excellence in Action

Tempe's rapid development pace means that debris is inevitable. Our specialized truck offerings ensure that development sites remain organized and waste-free. Usopp's promise of timely and effective waste removal is delivered on for all projects, from niche constructions to massive constructions.

### Yard waste: Embracing nature's cycle

Tempe's scenic gardens, verdant parks, and picturesque landscapes generate organic waste. We manage organic waste, whether it's grass, tree limbs or foliage. We emphasize composting and recycling in order to reflect Tempe's green goals.

### Dumpster Offerings - Versatility at its Best

From community gatherings and home makeovers to a simple decluttering spree, our diverse dumpster range has got you covered. With a plethora of sizes available, Usopp caters to every waste containment need. Our swift deployment and retrieval services ensure a hassle-free experience.

### Garbage Dump: The Art of Advanced Disposal

Usopp Waste Management is proud to be the premier garbage processing facility of the region. Our rigorous recycling and sorting techniques mean waste gets a new lease on life, either as recycled materials or energy, minimizing landfill contributions.

Tempe's Essence

Tempe, Arizona's largest city, is a unique blend of urban vibrancy with nature's splendor. Its diverse landscapes, communities and waste management challenges are varied. Usopp's reach is not limited to the city limits, but also includes the surrounding area. Our unwavering dedication caters to diverse waste needs, from urban locales to suburban sprawls.

### Wrapping Up

Usopp Waste Management isn't merely a service--it's our pledge. A pledge to maintain Tempe's environmental integrity. By merging modern techniques, a zealous squad, and eco-centric values, we emerge as the frontrunners in waste solutions.

Tempe residents who are looking for assurance in the area of waste management need look no further. Usopp will be your trusted ally.

Business Hours

Monday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
SundayClosed
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About Tempe

Tempe ( tem-PEE; Oidbaḍ in O'odham) is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States, with the Census Bureau reporting a 2020 population of 180,587. The city is named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. Tempe is located in the East Valley section of metropolitan Phoenix; it is bordered by Phoenix and Guadalupe on the west, Scottsdale and the Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community on the north, Chandler on the south, and Mesa on the east. Tempe is also the location of the main campus of Arizona State University. == History == The Hohokam lived in this area and built canals to support their agriculture. They abandoned their settlements during the 15th century, with a few individuals and families remaining nearby. Fort McDowell was established approximately 25 mi (40 km) northeast of present downtown Tempe on the upper Salt River in 1865 allowing for new towns to be built farther down the Salt River. US military service members and Hispanic workers were hired to grow food and animal feed to supply the fort, and less than a year later, had set up small camps near the river that were the first permanent communities in the Valley after the fall of the Hohokam. (Phoenix was settled shortly afterward, by 1867–68.) The two settlements were 'Hayden's Ferry', named after a ferry service operated by Charles T. Hayden, and 'San Pablo', and were located west and east of Hayden Butte respectively. The ferry became the key river crossing in the area.

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