GONE FOR GOOD
Join the Gone for Good Franchise Team
Own your own eco-friendly junk hauling and recycling business. This is your chance to dive in to a growing industry and own a business that generates multiple income streams, does good things for the environment and our local communities and sets you on the path to achieving your financial goals.
If you’re ready to own your own business and take control of your future, we’d love to talk to you.
Consciousness and Convenience Collide at Gone for Good
We strive to give our customers a hassle free experience for all of their hauling, junk, and waste removal needs.
When it comes to leading the world in green living, America has a lot of obstacles to overcome. For the average citizen, some of the most common green challenges include:
- - locating and requesting recycling bins
- - deciphering and dealing with recyclable billing
- - second-guessing whether attempts at being green actually hit the mark
In Europe, citizens pay additional taxes and upfront fees at the time of purchase to help pay for the costs associated with an item’s responsible disposal. Europeans also return packaging and containers to sellers and they ensure the proper break-down of disposable items. Even on the front end, bags that would make the carrying of purchases much easier are a no-no. In fact, most stores in Europe charge a fine of some sort to customers who purchase bags in addition to their merchandise.
Until America graduates to this kind of thinking where we think about the complete life cycle of everything we buy and consume, there’s Gone For Good. Ruth Cuevas recently put it best in her Elephant Journal article entitled “No Wonder Recycling in the United States is so far behind Europe.” In this article from April 20, 2018, she stated,
“The key is pragmatic, conscious living rather than a focus on sheer convenience.”
Gone For Good leads the way in the proper disposal of just about any item in any home or business. We come with our trucks, haulers, and knowledge to take from homeowners and business owners what they no longer want and ensure it is disposed of properly. Sometimes that means recycling. Sometimes that means donating to worthy causes or repurposing. And sometimes, it even means reselling through a storefront retail location.
Consciousness and convenience collide!
- - Multiple streams of income (customers who pay to have items picked up, customers who purchase merchandise in the showroom, and monies collected from scrap metal recycling)
- - Proprietary business growth system
- - Warehouse and retail showroom design
- - GFG Business Management Software System
- - Low start-up and operating overhead
- - Truly green business model
- - Philanthropic and community-focused
- - Recession proof
- - Minimal competition
- - Few employees required