In the grand scheme of things, waste control might not be one of your top priorities when you’re trying to run a successful commercial business. But you can waste a lot of money and hurt your business in a big way if you don’t come up with a great waste control plan. Take a look at a few tips that will help your company to manage waste more effectively from now on.
Figure out how much waste your business is generating on a daily basis.
Do you have any idea how much waste your business generates day in and day out? If not, the first thing you should do is take a look at it and see if you can figure out how much waste you’re creating and what kind of waste it is. You might be scheduling waste pickups too frequently or not frequently enough simply because you don’t have a clue how much waste your company makes. You can correct this by auditing your waste control process and taking notes on the total waste created by your business.
Come up with a recycling plan to make your business more eco-friendly.
Most consumers want to work with companies that are as eco-friendly as they can be. They want to see that companies are making strides to put green practices into place before giving them their business. Your commercial business can show a commitment to “going green” by putting together a recycling plan and sticking to it. Educate your employees about what needs to be recycled and how they need to go about doing it.
Bring in the right equipment to deal with your waste.
It’s going to be difficult to manage your waste control needs without having the right equipment on hand for your employees. You should invest in equipment like industrial trash compactors, industrial balers, industrial shredders, and more. These things will allow your company to process and dispose of waste in a much more efficient manner than they are now.
Need help getting your hands on the right waste control equipment for your company? Action Compaction Equipment can provide you with the products you need to manage your waste better. Call us at 801-565-1033 today to ask questions about the equipment that we carry at this time.