ScrubCan cleaning up on garbage in Fresno

FRESNO, Calif. — Corey Jackson made a name for himself as a standout football player for Bullard High School and then at Fresno City College. Now, his entrepreneurial legacy may be making Fresno a cleaner place to live.

Jackson came up with the idea of a trash-can cleaning service. After a reeking trash can that just wouldn’t quit, Jackson decided to innovate and started ScrubCan.

ScrubCan uses very high pressure water steam heated to more than 200 degrees Fahrenheit in the cleaning process. The effect is to minimize the health risk to your family, neighbors and community. Combined with the environmental benefits, the goal is to make the ScrubCan trash can cleaning service a great value to customers in local communities.

Based in Fresno, ScrubCan provides residential and commercial trash can cleaning, solar panel cleaning, fleet cleaning, restaurant cleaning and steam pressure washing services to homeowners and businesses in Fresno and Clovis.

It’s environmentally-friendly, too.  Jackson takes recycled water from the city of Fresno, and recaptures and recycles the water to use again.

Regular solar panel cleaning is especially important in dry and heavily agricultural areas. Studies show that uncleaned panels can result in as much as a 20 percent reduction in efficiency, which costs you money.

Image courtesy of Scrubcan

Source: Fresno Bee

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