Dirty Bins? Never Again! Call Us Today (844) 727-8229 or (844) SCRUBBY

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Proud member of the North Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce

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Who We Are:

Scrub-A-Dub Bin Cleaning is a new company with a novel idea. We are very excited to introduce this great service for cleaning and sanitizing your roll away trash and recycle bins. While this sounds very unique to most people, the business model has existed in the UK for almost 20 years. The Wesley Chapel/Land O’ Lakes/Lutz/New Tampa area has seen significant growth, now communities live closer and closer to one another so the need for keeping roller bins clean has increased. State of the art equipment on our trucks is made to handle this problem.

Our Commitment:

We guarantee exceptional service. If you aren’t completely satisfied, give us a call and we will make it right.

Our Goal:

To provide a professional service for the universally nasty task of cleaning your garbage cans.

Our Mission:

To promote cleaner, healthier communities by sanitizing and deodorizing residential and commercial roll away bins.

With our monthly service
you never have to think about cleaning your bins ever again! Grime is a crime!

Start Today!

The trash cans we roll
to the curb have become the most unsanitary items
in and around your home.

garbage bin cleaning bacteria

  • Bacteria such as Salmonella, Staphylococcus, Listeria, E.coli, and fecal coli form from the fecal waste of dogs and diapers.
  • Viruses
  • Molds and Fungi

wheelie bin cleaning insects

The pests you can see in and around an unsanitary garbage bin are:

  • Ants
  • Spiders
  • Cockroaches
  • Mosquitoes

Mosquitos are linked to various viruses like the Zika virus,chikungunya fever, dengue, malaria, West Nile Virus, and Encephalitis

  • Flies

Flies have been linked to the transmission of over 65 diseases. An unsanitary bin is an ideal home for laying their maggot producing eggs.

trash bin cleaning rodents

  • Rodents
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Rat urine is responsible for leptospirosis

  • Raccoons

Raccoons are one of the most common species to carry rabies. The Raccoon Ascarid or roundworm is a parasite of the intestines of raccoons that sheds large numbers of eggs in the feces. Feces contaminated with eggs can become infective to humans after 2-4 weeks of incubation.