Clarksville, TN trash pickup company adds gas surcharge

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – From airlines to Amazon, companies are charging more due to rising fuel prices, and Middle Tennesseans could start to see additional fees in places they might not expect.

Lonnie Jackson and his wife live in Clarksville. It was Jackson’s wife who noticed a new charge on their latest bill from the Stinky Pinky Trash Service. “They put it at the bottom of the bill, we are charging $3 for gas because gas prices are higher. Wait a minute… I don’t pay for your gas,” Jackson said.

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Stinky Pinky Septic & Trash Service is charging an extra $1 per month to cover higher diesel costs. While it’s not a huge difference, Jackson wants to make sure others are aware of these additional fees.

“For me, it’s two dips and I’m trying to keep the community and people in the area informed because if Stinky Pinky is doing it, who else is going to do it,” Jackson said.

Jackson plans to stick with Stinky Pinky and be happy with their service, but feels that paying the extra gas fee is unfair and he wants people to notice their bill, “I’m trying for people to look at the payment bill. Because they will charge you extra for this gas. It’s not our fault. We are paying high gas prices, they should be too.”

News 2 spoke with Robert Lane, CEO of Stinky Pinky, and he said that the company’s diesel costs have skyrocketed in 2022. Rising prices have resulted in them paying a $1 per month surcharge. in March. However, Lane says the company plans to eliminate the surcharge as soon as gas prices drop.

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Lane added that many other companies are raising prices indefinitely, while Stinky Pinky plans to make the surcharge a temporary fee.

https://www.wkrn.com/news/local-news/clarksville/tn-trash-pickup-company-adds-gas-surcharge/ Clarksville, TN trash pickup company adds gas surcharge

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