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Sendoxi Dumpsters

Clearing Today, Caring for Tomorrow

Name

Sendoxi Dumpsters

Address

103 Troup St
Rochester New York 14608
United States

Phone

(585) 515-7931

Sendoxi Dumpsters: Beyond Waste, We See Possibility

Nestled in Rochester's vibrant core, Sendoxi Dumpsters redefines dumpster rental experiences. Our dumpsters are not just containers, but solutions that fit your story. Rochester's preferred waste partner, we are known for our timely delivery, exceptional service and value-driven pricing.

Why is Sendoxi Dumpsters Rochester's Preferred Choice?
- **Mastery** - Rooted in years industry immersion, we resonate Rochester's distinctive waste stories. Our promise? Our promise?

- **Visibility**: Our arsenal is prepared for any challenge, from compact bins for minimalists to expansive containers for large projects. Our service is based on the size of your project.

- **Eco-Visionary**: We don't just rent dumpsters; we champion Rochester's green dream. Through deliberate recycling and conscious disposal, we echo the city's aspirations for a sustainable tomorrow.

- **Community First**: To Sendoxi, you're more than a customer; you're a partner. Our team is perpetually geared to ensure impeccable service, timely responses, and solutions that resonate with your needs.

Discover the essence of Senoxi. Sendoxi Dumpsters offers more than just a dumpster service. It's a whole experience. Transform your waste management into a world of organized options today!

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Rochester () is a city in the U.S. state of New York and the seat of Monroe County. It is the fourth-most populous city and 10th most-populated municipality in New York, with a population of 211,328 at the 2020 census. The city forms the core of the larger Rochester metropolitan area in Western New York, with a population of over 1.09 million residents. Throughout its history, Rochester has acquired several nicknames based on local industries; it has been known as "the Flour City" and "the Flower City" for its dual role in flour production and floriculture, and as the "Imaging Capital of the World" for its association with film and still photography.The city was one of the United States' first boomtowns, initially due to the fertile Genesee River valley which gave rise to numerous flour mills, and then as a manufacturing center, which spurred further rapid population growth. Rochester has also played a key part in US history as a hub for social and political movements, especially abolitionism, and the women's rights movement.Rochester is the birthplace and home of companies including Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Bausch & Lomb, Wegmans, Gannett, Paychex, and Western Union, and the region became a global center for science, technology, and research and development.

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