Not The Dump

at , Omaha , 68154

Not The Dump

Omaha , NE 68154
United States
Contact Phone
P: (402) 915-0004


NotTheDump provides our customers with prompt junk removal and in many cases eco-friendly disposal. Your old furniture, electronics, computers, appliance, trash, leftovers and more don't have to end up in the dump. Our professional crew is trained to identify items and material that can be ´╗┐REUSED´╗┐, RECYCLED, and REHABILITATED. We leverage area donation and recycling centers as well as refurbishing and eco-minded enterprises to lower the percentage of unwanted items and materials headed to our landfills.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 14:00

Company Rating

25 Facebook users were in Not The Dump. It's a 3 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Home improvement category in Omaha, Nebraska

2973 FB users likes Not The Dump, set it to 1 position in Likes Rating for Omaha, Nebraska in Home improvement category

#20 Refresh Naturally: Instead of chemical plug-in air fresheners, place a few slices of citrus fruit such as lemon or orange in a saucepan, together with a few cloves. Simmer the mixture gently for an hour or so to refresh the smell of your house.

Published on 2014-09-04 11:49:04 GMT

#19 Keep Your House Smell-Free: Use baking soda to stop nasty odors in your refrigerator or garbage can instead of air fresheners that contain chemicals. The baking soda works to neutralize nasty smells without adverse effects. You can also combine it with lemon juice and water and use it as a room spray.

Published on 2014-08-14 23:13:38 GMT

#18 Plant away smells - Commercial air fresheners work by masking smells and coating the nasal passages with chemicals that diminish the sense of smell by deadening the nerves. In addition, they also pollute the air. Houseplants act as natural air filters, so invest in a few and place them in areas like the kitchen and bathroom where they can counter unpleasant odors.

Published on 2014-07-17 21:55:43 GMT

#17 Bake Off Stains - For hard-to-beat, stubborn stains on your kitchen surfaces, dampen a sponge and apply baking powder, then wipe clean as normal. The abrasive powder will get rid of most stains, but if the mark remains, try re-soaking the stain with a solution of baking powder instead.

Published on 2014-07-03 23:15:45 GMT

#16 Club Stains Away - To keep fresh stains from sinking deep into clothes immediately apply a little carbonated water or club soda. The carbonation in the water bubbles up the stain and the salts keep the color from sticking. Then wash as normal.

Published on 2014-06-18 17:37:17 GMT

REMEMBER: Most electronics are NOT counted toward your total pickup volume. (Data destruction, monitors, tv's and speakers are extra.) In fact, with a minimum amount, electronics-only pick up is free. Our express truck zips around town a lot!

Published on 2014-04-21 20:58:52 GMT

We will be adding a "Free" page to our website soon. We pickup lots of odds, ends, small, unique items that the thrift stores don't want or throw away. Keep your eyes open at for an additional page coming soon listing these items.

Published on 2014-04-21 17:20:37 GMT

We are considering getting a booth at the Omaha Farmer's Market for a few of the Saturdays over the next 3 or 4 months. This would be to sell some of our repurposed items that we've accumulated over the years. Anyone interested in sharing? Do you have your own unique, repurposed or redone items to sell? Let's show Omaha that the dump doesn't need to be fed!

Published on 2014-04-21 14:40:45 GMT

#15 Don't Disinfect - For a disinfectant that really works when you absolutely need it (for example, when toilet-training young animals) and also gets rid of grease and even attacks rust, mix 3-6 tablespoons of eucalyptus oil with 2 pints of water and decant into a spray bottle. Shake before use and keep sealed in the refrigerator for up to a month.

Published on 2014-06-04 16:08:20 GMT

#14 Clean Up With Vinegar - Don't clean your toilet with a mineral-deposits remover as it contains harsh chemicals that harm the environment when flushed down the toilet into the water system. Vinegar is an excellent substitute to scrub off rust and deposits marks.

Published on 2014-05-27 20:49:56 GMT

#13 Shine Those Windows - Instead of using window-cleaning sprays that contain ammonia, which is harmful to wildlife, wash your windows with pure soap and water and then rinse with a solution of one part vinegar to four parts water. Use washable, reusable cloth instead of paper towels.

Published on 2014-05-13 16:32:39 GMT

Junk removal is what we do! People ask often. We take all the stuff you don't want and recycle it, donate it, reuse it, repurpose it, all before throwing the rest away.

Published on 2014-05-07 16:44:37 GMT

#11 Hands Off Smells - If your hands smell of fish or onions after preparing a meal, don't immediately reach for the hand-washing liquid. Salt dissolved in warm water will do just as well as a handwash and will keep your run-off water detergent-free.

Published on 2014-04-29 16:46:17 GMT

The pictures we're posting are not our work. They are, however, the kinds of things we do with some of the junk we pick up or the salvage/demolition that we do. Another reason why NotTheDump should be the one you call to pick up your leftovers. :)

Published on 2014-04-28 18:28:24 GMT

George Takei Share us too! You're an ecoWarrior. Big fan BTW!

Published on 2014-04-23 03:37:58 GMT

Happy New years

Published on 2015-01-01 21:20:33 GMT

Hello everyone Charles Harrison Gm of not the dumb thanks for your support.

Published on 2014-12-30 03:01:19 GMT

Hello everyone, I'm posting about some exciting changes happening at Not The Dump. The deconsctruction, repurposing portion of the business is divesting and joining the new company: Reclaimed Enterprises, Inc. Please visit the new page and see what we do. Deconstruction of houses and interiors. Reclaimed focuses on teh saving of as much as possible from the deconstruction of houses, diverting waste from the landfill and job creation. It is so very important! Go see it!

Published on 2014-10-14 00:39:24 GMT

#12 Brew Up A Clean Floor - Tea is all you need to clean wooden floors and bring up the shine, particularly on older wooden flooring. Brew two teabags in hot water and cool to room temperature, then apply with a mop or a cloth. The added bonus is that there's no need to rinse. Only use thin on genuine hardwood flooring to bring out the natural grain and luster.

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