Sunday Business profile: Ex-Bullard High football star cleaning up on stinky garbage cans
SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 - Scrubbing trash cans filled with muck, sticky paper and flies is a dirty job, but Corey Jackson has found a way to clean it up. Jackson started a business that takes recycled water from the city of Fresno, heats it to 200 degrees and shoots it through a pressure washer to scrape the inside of garbage cans. During the process, he recaptures and recycles the water to use again.
7 UNDERGROUND HEROES CREATING POSITIVE CHANGE IN CALIFORNIA
SEPTEMBER 19, 2015 - Leaving an abusive home is a challenge in its own right, but to leave with all your personal belongings and fond memories can be impossible if you’re doing it on your own. Aaron and Evan Steed, owners and CEOs of the moving company Meathead Movers, offer a helping hand for women and men eager to move out of abusive homes. When the guys started their moving business over a decade ago, they occasionally received panicked phone calls from women with little or no money who needed to move out of an abusive home — fast. The Steed brothers always rushed to help and never accepted compensation for their efforts.
SCRUBCAN KEEPING GARBAGE BINS CLEAN WITHOUT WASTING WATER
September 18, 2015 - FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A former high school football star has found a new way to shine, by starting a new and unique business. Corey Jackson's company ScrubCan cleans your garbage bins. He says it's dirty job, but he's the one who wants to do it. At first, when you see the ScrubCan truck coming down the street, you might think it's here to pick up your trash. But these guys only show up after your bins are empty. And what's left behind, is sometimes worse than the garbage itself.