2101 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

Trads Services LLC

We provide roll offs dumpsters for any and all size job sites as well as full service junk removal job site clean up. We will load the dumpsters as well if needed. Not just drop off and leave.

Trads Services LLC

869 Binfield Rd
Maryville Tennessee 37801
United States

(865) 705-2916

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At Trads, we take pride in offering top-notch dumpster rental services that seamlessly blend efficiency with environmental responsibility. Our team is dedicated to simplifying waste disposal, ensuring an easy experience from beginning to end. Trads Services LLC can provide the ideal dumpster rental solution for your project, whether it's a renovation, construction, or massive cleanup. Our commitment to sustainability sets us apart, as we strive to minimize the environmental impact of waste removal. With a quick call to (865) 705-2916 or a visit to our user-friendly website at, you're just moments away from a cleaner, greener future. Let Trads handle the details so you can concentrate on what's important.

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About Maryville

Maryville is a city in and the county seat of Blount County, Tennessee. Its population was 31,907 at the 2020 census. == History == When the first European explorers arrived in the area, they found the Great Indian Warpath, which ran along the route where the modern US-411 has been built. The trail was long used by the indigenous peoples of the area. A historic Cherokee village known as "Elajay" was situated at the confluence of Ellejoy Creek (named after the village) and the Little River. Its site was near the modern Heritage High School. Ensign Henry Timberlake passed through the village in 1762 while returning from his expedition to the Overhill villages to the west. He reported that it had been abandoned. In 1785, Revolutionary War veteran John Craig built a wooden palisade enclosing cabins at what is known as Fort Craig (or Craig's Station) in present-day Maryville. Such stations were built throughout the frontier to defend settlers against attacks from the Cherokee.

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