Most businesses will generate some kind of waste. The nature of the waste can vary depending on the type of business it is. For a business owner, it is important to properly manage the waste your business will accumulate. To manage the business’s waste, you will need to create a waste management plan. Mickey’s Carting will share a few tips on how to create a waste management plan for your business.
Amount & Types of Waste in Business
When you need to develop a waste management plan for your business, you need to categorize the type of waste your business accumulates and how much waste you accumulate over time. For example, an office may develop a lot of paper waste that needs to be shredded. Paper can also be recycled. A restaurant will accumulate a lot of food waste that will need proper disposal to prevent pest activity. Often waste can be categorized into three groups: reused, recycled or thrown away. You will need to see which category of waste your business develops and how much of each. Next you will need to determine methods of separating the different types of waste and your disposing options. You may need to create a waste management system among your staff. Additionally, you will need to provide waste bins, containers or units to make them easily accessed. By training your staff on how to manage their and the business’s waste will ensure you have a clean, healthy and well managed work place.
Options for Disposing of the Waste
Every business will need a good waste management service to help them control their business’s waste. For example, you will want to be able to have a waste management service that will provide you with a customized pickup schedule. Each business will need their waste removed before it gets out of control. Each business will vary on how often they will need the waste picked up. Along with a flexible pick up schedule for your business waste, you will want different waste container options. Waste management services can provide a variety of waste container options such as:
• 98 Tip Carts – Fits in most indoor areas and has plenty of room for waste.
• Compactor Units – These units can crush and compact waste getting more waste in each unit.
• Front or Rear Load Containers – Large waste containers are most often used for commercial properties and businesses.
• Roll Off Dumpsters – Best used for major cleanup projects and for construction sites.
Depending on the nature of your business, you might find you will have the need for different types of waste containers. Each container will vary in purpose but all will help keep the business clean and free of waste. After determining which types of waste containers and your scheduled needs, you can request an estimate of the container and pick up services. Budgeting is key. Make sure to get the right containers and find the right schedule to fit your business’s budget.