Hauling Junk and Rubbish AwayIn the English language, terms like trash, junk, rubbish, and garbage may be used interchangeably, or may have different meanings for some people, especially in different areas of the country.
Some definitions that have been found online:
“Rubbish – All waste materials, except for sewage, not included in garbage and ashes and shall include but not be limited to glass, metal, paper, plant growth (branches, grass clippings, etc.), wood, or non-destructable solid wastes.”
A poster on a website said this:
“When I was a kid, my grandparents had a TRASH can (for discarded paper, old stuff, boxes, etc) and a GARBAGE can (for banana peels, coffee grinds, egg shells or anything to do with food). I remember the garbage went out every night but the trash went out when it was full.
Now we have a trash can and a garbage disposal (in which we would only throw food particles down).
Rubbish isn’t used as often. I think if it the same as trash – something unwanted or not useful anymore.”
Whatever term you use, call Same Day Junk Removal for removal!