New Business: ‘Junk hauling’ franchise opens in Dover

Clockwise, Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen, Honorary Mayor of Central Delaware Emeritus Dina Vendetti, and JDog Junk Removal & Hauling team Joe Torres, Josh Stelly and Jennifer Stolz celebrated the grand opening of the new hauling business last Thursday with a ribbon-cutting. Submitted photo

DOVER — JDog Junk Removal & Hauling marked its official opening last Thursday at the Dover American Legion.

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a veteran-operated franchise with more than 185 locations nationwide, specializes in “junk removal and hauling services for residential and commercial customers.”

Beyond service and the mission to hire more veterans and their family members, the JDog franchise is committed to environmental conservation by keeping at least 60 to 80 percent of the items they collect out of landfills, according to a spokesperson.

Owners Jennifer Stolz and her partner Joe Torres, plan to work with organizations like Paralyzed Veterans of America to donate and refurbish items collected on job sites.

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