Sparkle Cans is a family owned and operated trash can cleaning service in Riverside County. We use a high-pressure, hot-wash system to clean, sanitize and deodorize your trash cans. We offer services to the communities of Canyon Lake, Corona (Tom's Farms Area), Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula and Wildomar, within the southwest portion of Riverside County, California.

In today’s world, two of the most universal areas of concern are health and pollution. These topics are constantly debated, analyzed and even legislated. Billions and billions of dollars are spent relating to these two huge concerns. While they are complicated issues, one of the most obvious and simple solutions to reduce threats to our health and threats to the environment is right in front of us, and it is literally in our own backyards: clean trash cans.

Now that may sound simplistic, but think about it. Trash cans are the ultimate breeding grounds for many organisms that threaten both health and the environment. And to emphasize the impact clean trash cans would have on our world, just imagine how many trash cans exist. It is astounding to think about the quantities of dangerous microorganisms and pests transmitting them exist right in our own neighborhoods let alone beyond. Many dangerous molds, bacteria and other potentially harmful microorganisms are also airborne, which eliminates any boundaries to contain their health and environmental risks.

We are constantly asked to participate in some way in our healthcare and to help our environment. So what can we do that is efficient, cost effective, and provides significant results? What could be easier than keeping our trash cans clean? It is an easily attainable and significant fix to a potentially large problem. But who has the time and the proper equipment?      SPARKLE CANS trash can cleaning service does!

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