Company Bio:

The Southwest Bin and Pressure Washing team is a group of three motivated entrepreneurs ready to serve our community with a new service. We provide a professional eco-friendly sanitation service that pressure washes and sanitizes commercial and residential waste bins using a patented solid waste eco wash system. We are committed to providing a first-class eco-friendly sanitation service while building lasting relationships and giving back to our community.

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Individual Bios:

Galen Spencer Headshot

-Galen Spencer is a United States Air Force Veteran and a graduate of American InterContinental University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration with focus in Technology Management. Currently employed in the IT sector with the Department of Defense and serving in the Air National Guard. A 2011 Graduate of Mayfield High School in Las Cruces, NM.

Andy Zapien

-Andrew Zapien is a former collegiate athlete and a graduate of New Mexico State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, and Minors in Marketing, Sports Marketing, and Business Administration. Currently employed by a local Las Cruces company as the Marketing Director. A 2011 Graduate of Mayfield High School in Las Cruces, NM.

Sean O'Neill

-Sean O’Neill is also a New Mexico State University graduate with a Bachelor’s in Human Resource Management and Managerial Leadership. As well as holding a Master’s of Business Administration from Western New Mexico University. Currently employed by a local government agency as a first responder. A 2011 Graduate of Mayfield High School in Las Cruces, NM.

Binjamin Cleanbins – TRUCK #1, was purchased in November 2020 and he arrived in Las Cruces in March of 2021.  He came from a regional manufacturer based in Phoenix, AZ.  He is a 2-in-1 Eco Wash Unit sitting on top of an Izusu NPR HD Truck and Chassis. He was tough going at first and super shy, now we can’t keep him off the streets! He loves to stay busy and make people’s noses happy. He can carry 425 gallons of clean water and 450 gallons of dirty water! Binjamin can heat water to over 200 degrees Fahrenheit. He also has a full reclaim system on him that you would barely notice.  If you see him on the streets, snap a photo and tag us so we can be sure to show him he’s loved