60% Of Everything We Haul Gets Recycled
Friendly, Professional Junk Removal Specialist
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Meet Joe Doud. As a native Oregonian, Joe has raised his family here in Oregon. This is his home and he is very active within the community.
Joe has over 40 years of experience in waste management and garbage collection, which he is bringing to residential, business and municipal junk removal customers. Junk-N-Joe and Joe Doud are passionate about recycling and have policies in place to maximize the amount of junk that is diverted from the dump.
Over 22 years at MDC (Metropolitan Disposal Company), Joe was active in participating with the Portland Rose Festival cleanup. Doud set up the recycling program at the Portland International Airport and was an integral part of the pioneering of the wood recycling program in place today for Portland.
Set up the recycling program for the Portland Parades and Fun Center.
Member of Rose Festival board of directors for 4 years.
The Rose Festival board recognized Joe Doud as Volunteer of The Year in 2016 with an award for all of the work he has done over the years. Almost 3 decades of volunteerism to the city of Portland and the Rose Festival.
Junk-N-Joe junk removal is the DBA for Joe Doud And Company LLC. Junk-N-Joe is a project of Joe Doud. His vision of bringing the future of junk removal to Oregon.
Owners: Joe Doud, Gloria Doud
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Areas We Service
Our Portland location proudly provides service to the Greater Portland Metro Area and surrounding cities.
Cities include: Gresham, OR, Troutdale, OR, Fairview, OR, Sandy, OR, Damascus, OR, Eagle Creek, OR, Estacada, OR, Beaverton, OR, Aloha, OR, Cornelius, OR, Forest Grove, OR, Gladstone, OR, Hillsboro, OR, King City, OR, Lake Oswego, OR, Milwaukie, OR, North Plains, OR, Oregon City, OR, Portland, OR, Vancouver, WA, Sherwood, OR, Tigard, OR, Tualatin, OR, and West Linn, OR.
We service the I-5 corridor from Salem, OR to Longview, WA.
Cleaning up the city. One truckload at a time.