Crypto investment into waste removal and recycling companies across the United States

New York , NY, United States, 11th Feb 2023WMJunk, a family-owned waste removal and recycling company specializing in junk removal, announced today the launch of CMJK coin. The launch of CMJK coin will enable WMJunk to reinvest in waste removal and recycling companies across the United States.

CMJK coin is listed on Pancakeswap Exchange. WMJunk’s future intention is to raise capital to sell back into the market, generating capital to purchase profitable transfer stations and waste removal and recycling facilities across the United States.

“Our mission is to target investors passionate about bringing new services and efficiencies to the waste removal industry,” said Carolann Kemp, CEO and co-founder of WMJunk. “We are excited for the launch of our coin to begin our journey into the waste removal and recycling industry.”

WMJunk operates through investment in CMJK crypto investment to reinvest in waste removal and recycling companies. The waste removal and recycling industry is a multi-billion industry that’s in demand of new services.

CMJK coin will enable investors to invest in waste removal and recycling companies. CMJK coin strives to create an ecosystem based on monetary policies and a solid decentralized foundation expected as an asset-based token.

CMJK coin works on the Binance Smart Chain blockchain. To invest in CMJK, please visit the exchange here:

About WMJunk: 

Founded in 2022, WMJunk is focused on bringing more efficient waste removal services to the marketplace. WMJunk, based in New York, is a budding waste management company providing services throughout the United States. The company’s customers include residential, commercial, and industrial customers throughout the United States. To learn more information, please visit

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Organization: WM junk recycling llc

Contact Person: James Kemp



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Country: United States

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