GUY-GIRL AND A TRUCK

Formerly: Guy in the Red Truck
→DETAILS of POSTPONED APRIL 2020 RECYCLING EVENT at BOTTOM OF PAGE.

  Do you have unwanted items lying about that you do not know how to recycle?
  Are you appalled at the enormous fees when you do find someone that does recycle them?
  We provide at-home service and pick-ups. We serve areas such as:

  • Cities of Cottage Grove, Fitchburg, Lake Mills, McFarland, Middleton, Monona, Stoughton, Sun Prairie and Verona.
  • Townships of Dunn, Vienna and Westport.
  • Villages of DeForest, Marshall, Oregon, Token Creek, Waterloo, Waunakee and Windsor.

  We recycle all e-waste. For example: PCs, laptops, cell phones, stereos
  and all other household electronics.
  Also kitchen items at little or no charge.

  We recycle stoves, washers, dryers, microwaves, AC units, freezers, refrigerators,
  dehumidifiers, lawn equipment, bicycles, swing sets, etc.
  --NOTE: AC units, refrigerators & dehumidifiers do incur a small fee.

  For a fee we will also pick up TVs, mattresses, furniture, toilets, or other items.
  We will get rid of leftover garage or estate-sale items and excess items when moving.

  --Is your need not listed? Contact us, in most cases we can help.

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Email Ron@WorldOfRon.com

 


  Guy-Girl and a Truck (Formerly known as Guy in the Red Truck) has been recycling since 2003
  and is a family-owned business. That's what we are here for. We will pick up and haul away
  what you no longer need. All items are recycled appropriately.
  We repair what we can and send it back to the community to help those who are less fortunate.

  For a convenient pick-up time: Contact Ron at 608.209.5977 or Denin at 608.209.0928.
  Or email ron@worldofron.com for more info.

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APRIL RECYCLING EVENT!? Guy-Girl & A Truck won't be hosting our Annual Recycling Event in the City of McFarland Municipal Parking Lot this April due to safety restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 Corona Virus situation.  Should we be able to reschedule it at a later date, we will let you know here. →An annual event since 2003, we hope to continue hosting it again once the crisis subsides.