All construction sites need to be kept clean and orderly. A clean construction site obviously helps improve productivity on the site but most important of all, it improves safety. When a construction site becomes cluttered and full of material waste, it can lead to a hazardous situation. It is important on a construction site to have a good waste management plan. Mickey’s Carting would like to share a few tips on how to keep a construction site clean and safe.
Construction Site Access Points Must Stay Clean & Neat
Any type of access point such as doorways, stairs, roads and sidewalks must be kept clean and free of any debris. Access points is where materials will be brought in and out of the construction site, which means these sites will be prone to accidents. To ensure that the site is safe and that there is an efficient flow of materials in and out of the site, keep all access points clean.
Get Rid of Construction Waste & Debris Often
Persistence is key when keeping a construction site clean. This means throughout the day and especially at the end of the work day, the construction site will need to be cleaned. Cleaning involves removing all large material waste from off the site. Smaller trash should also be picked up and removed from the site. For smaller waste or trash it helps to have several 98. gallon trash containers placed throughout the construction site. These smaller containers can be moved around easily and make disposing of smaller waste much easier. At the end of the day, the 98. gallon trash bin can be emptied and made ready for the next day.
Dempster to Remove Larger Waste
To remove large waste it is recommended that the construction site have a large roll-off dumpster on location. You can have the dumpster picked up and a new one brought out as soon as they are full. Often you can create a rotation plan or schedule with the dumpster supplier. A dumpster is essential in keeping a construction site clean and free of hazardous elements. You can have chutes leading to the dumpster which will make keeping the site clean much easier, especially for multi-story buildings.
Keep Porta-Potties Clean
Major construction sites will need to supply some kind of toilet facility on site. Most often Porta Johns are brought to the location. It is equally important keeping the Porta johns clean. Depending on the size of your construction project, you may need many Porta Johns at the location. Make sure they are clean at the end of each day or you can have them cleaned several times a day if needed.
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Keeping a construction site clean is no simple task. To ensure productivity off the construction project it is often recommended to seek out a contractor cleaning service. Mickey’s Carting offers contractor services that help in keeping a construction site clean. We can provide roll-off dumpsters as well as a flexible pick up and drop off schedule. We also provide 98. gallon trash bins, clean up services and porta-potties. When you need help keeping your construction site clean and safe, contact Mickey’s Carting and ask about out contractor services today.