drpeter

Super Member
After Brooks Brothers went bankrupt and was picked up by another business group, a couple who rented them space in a warehouse in Enfield, CT, was confronted with the task of removing a mountain of materials left behind from various factory closings -- mannequins, decorations, even Christmas trees. The company which acquired BB is not legally required to honour the lease signed by BB with the warehouse owners. Junk removal companies have made an offer of $240,000 to clean the warehouse space. The couple will have to sell their home in order to afford the cleaning bill.

http://thebusinessandfinancetoday.com/the-ghosts-of-brooks-brothers/

I am sure this problem is multiplied manyfold by the large number of corporate bankruptcies caused by the pandemic, among them clothing companies like J Crew and Men's Wearhouse. What solution can there be to this problem?
 

EclecticSr.

Super Member
The last time I used the term or read of detritus was the amount collected in the turn ups/cuffs of trousers.

Solution, call !-800-got-junk, just point and rubbish disappears. One of the most annoying commercials here on local radio.
 

Big T

Senior Member
Junk and rubbish removal costs are all over the map! Some charge, but many do it for free, getting their earnings from selling the junk removed.
 
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