Trash and Stash Junk Removal announces that it has officially become a Certified B Corporation. B Corps represent a new business model that uses the power of business to address society’s greatest challenges. Certified B Corporations are companies that balance purpose with profit.

Trash and Stash (Stylehawk Enterprises, Inc) became the first junk removal service in the United States (and only the second in the world) to achieve B Corporation certification. Still, they join a growing movement of more than 2,000 Certified B Corporations from 121 industries, across 40 countries including companies like Patagonia, Toms of Maine and Ben & Jerry’s.

Trash and Stash President, Cameron Ungar said, “We couldn’t be more proud. B Corp certification has been a goal of ours from almost the beginning. Ungar added, “our local community was so supportive when we got started. We felt a responsibility to give back. At the same time, we saw that solving people’s individual ‘stuff problems’ still contributed to the collective waste problem. B Corp certification gave us a way to articulate and organize our ambitions around customer service, community and landfill diversion.”

B Corporations receive certification from B Lab, “a nonprofit network transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities and the planet. B Lab creates standards, policies, tools and programs that shift behavior, culture and the structural underpinnings of capitalism.” The intent is to shift the global economy from “a system that profits few to one that benefits all.”

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