You don’t want your workplace to stink! Action Compaction Equipment sells odor control units that break down odor molecules rather than just masking odors.
Industrial Odor Control Units
Action Compaction Equipment offers odor control units which absorb odorous compounds in the air and helps them biodegrade. This is an all-natural way of eliminating odors, without the use of any perfume. Units have adjustable output levels.
Do you have a commercial waste compactor and/or trash bins at your property? Why not invest in a mini mist vaporizer system from Action Compaction Equipment? It will get rid of odor problems. This particular system is designed to neutralize odor in trash compactors, multi-story garbage chutes, public restrooms, air handling systems, and building ventilation systems.
Action Compaction Equipment also sells the Sonozaire Odor Neutralizer. This very popular piece of equipment produces ozone electronically from oxygen in the air. It oxidizes odor molecules and reduces them, controlling and destroying organic odor! When ozone is introduced into an area, it begins to react with airborne odors, converting them into simple and stable compounds of carbon dioxide, water and oxygen. In other words, it gets rid of stinky air naturally and efficiently. Ozone is safely and commonly used to control odors from garbage or waste compactors for industrial applications. Did you know that ozone is also used to remove odors from all sorts of places, including schools, restaurant kitchens, pet kennels, hotels, gyms, etc.?
Do you have stinky trash that especially bothers workers and/or neighbors? Consider the Sonozaire Odor Neutralizer from Action Compaction Equipment. Models are available in different sizes and have adjustable output levels. Keep in mind that ozone is hard-plumbed to the compactor, which needs to be enclosed to comply with OSHA and EPA limits. This can be a safe solution to a stinky problem.
For more information, please call Action Compaction Equipment at 801-565-1033.
Do you own a commercial property? Do you work at one? Commercial properties can include office buildings, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, warehouses, and more.
Make Your Company Greener
Action Compaction Equipment recommends commercial properties compact their trash. Compactors help make properties cleaner and more productive. If and when the issue of being “greener” and “better for the environment” comes up, trash compacting makes sense! Also, why dedicate a lot of space to your trash when you could be better utilizing that space for other purposes?
Open Up Space
Compactors can be used to help recycle cardboard from
shipping and packaging. They can also compact trash so it takes up less
physical space. And compacting can help reduce or eliminate odors, too, so
there’s that benefit.
Compressing waste reduces its volume. This way, a dumpster can hold a lot more trash. Less volume equals lower waste disposal costs so there’s a reduction in overall costs in order to get rid of the trash a commercial property generates. Think of it this way: a commercial property owner pays a company $1200 a week to empty out overflowing dumpsters three times a week… but after compaction equipment is introduced on the scene, the cost reduces to $800 a week for only two “emptying out” visits. In no time, a compactor pays for itself– and then some!
Compacting helps reduce messes, making for cleaner dumpster
areas that don’t attract as many pests. Compactors can also help businesses and
offices achieve their recycling goals in a convenient, efficient and easy
Action Compaction Equipment has affordable used
equipment for sale, here. You can also check out the GSA-approved
products catalog, here.
For more info, please call Action Compaction Equipment of Salt Lake City, Utah, at 801-565-1033 or use the online contact form, here.
You are only one person. If you took all the garbage you produced in a year and placed it in a box, you would need a very big box, right? We all produce a lot of garbage. That said, more and more people and businesses are recycling and reusing things in order to eliminate excess garbage that ends up polluting the environment.
Simplify the Sorting Process
If you have a business, consider getting a new sorting
system in place with help from Action Compaction Equipment. Did you know
there’s high-tech equipment available these days that can automatically
classify (sort) mixed garbage for you? It sure beats sorting by hand!
Today’s sorting machines can handle all sorts of stuff, from
solid waste to food waste, separating things like plastic, paper, batteries,
stones, etc. And the best part? The machinery works quickly and efficiently on
your behalf. Once garbage is sorted properly, then it can be ready for the next
step of recycling or reuse.
Rather than just send your waste to a landfill, why not sort
it and recycle/reuse it in an environmentally-friendly way? When you do such a
thing, you get social, ecological and economic benefits. You’ll be reducing
environmental pollution and land occupation while turning trash to
Does your company have a business waste management plan? If not, consider working with commercial waste management consultants to come up with a plan to run more efficiently, save money, and be environmentally-friendly, too. Your business can save money by reducing waste with the right equipment. Action Compaction Equipment has some great sorting machines available– check out this page to see what we offer.
Action Compaction Equipment is a GSA-approved vendor– we’re
allowed to sell products and services to the U.S. government through the
General Services Administration (GSA).
Do you have any questions? Interested in learning more about sorting equipment? Please call us today at 801-565-1033.
Proper planning is essential for any business that wants to survive and thrive in this economy. It’s a good idea to develop a business waste management plan. Working with commercial waste management consultants can help you come up with the right plan to run more efficiently, save money, and be environmentally-friendly, too.
Is your business proactive when it comes to dealing with the waste you produce and how you manage it? Or has waste management been ignored? Sadly, many businesses neglect this issue and end up paying more money than they should to deal with more waste than they should ever have!
Why not start with writing down some goals regarding how you want to change? How much waste does your business currently produce? Make an estimate and take note of what kind of things are getting thrown out, and in what quantities. It could be as simple as examining waste bins, recording their size and how full they are.
Who is in charge of dealing with your waste? Could more
recycling be done? Can some items be sold as scrap to make money from waste?
Perhaps. “Reduce, reuse and recycle” are keywords to consider. You can also
consider “recover,” whereas you have extra stuff that can be recovered and
sold! There’s also energy recovery– what if heat generated from manufacturing
processes was recovered and used to, say, heat the building?
Come up with some goals on your own, and if you need help, hire commercial waste management consultants. Analyze options. Consider new contacts and new contracts. Set some goals and see if you can achieve them within a certain timeframe. Dealing with waste in a smart way can actually help a business be more profitable. It just takes some time, energy and focus to figure out better ways to deal with waste. And having a waste management plan in place always helps.
Action Compaction Equipment provides waste management planning services; if you would like to discuss your company’s specific needs, contact us today.
Having the right management equipment in place can help businesses reduce waste, and, in the end, save money.
When businesses take steps to reduce the amount of waste
they produce, they’re going to save money on supplies while also conserving
natural resources and energy. Companies would be wise to figure out their
current waste disposal costs and then figure out what they could do/use to reduce
those costs. Things like compaction equipment from Action Compaction could
Today’s customers, now more than ever, demand “green” products. There’s a movement to reduce waste in so many areas of society. Have you noticed how some restaurants no longer offer plastic straws? And some stores don’t offer free, unlimited bags anymore?
Environmentally Friendly Businesses Are Coming Out Ahead
Times are changing! Businesses should want to be known for being environmentally conscious, which makes them look good to customers and non-customers alike. Why add to the environmental burden if you don’t have to? It’s also a good idea to reduce the risk of future liability associated with the disposal of solid wastes.
Reduce, reuse and recycle are three keywords that come into play when thinking about saving money by reducing waste. The less you’ve got to get rid of, the cheaper the cost(s). Reusing materials can be cheaper than buying/making new. And recycling reduces pollution while also cutting disposal costs.
Even things like composting (food scraps, yard waste) can help companies save money while helping the environment.
Action Compaction Equipment of Salt Lake City, Utah, offers
waste management equipment and recycling opportunities. We sell balers, trash
compactors, shredders, recycling sorting systems and more. See what’s for sale here.
For more info, please call Action Compaction Equipment at 801-565-1033 or use our online contact page here.
Salt Lake City’s Action Compaction Equipment is a GSA-approved vendor. What exactly does GSA-approved mean?
What Does GSA Approved Mean?
If you see “GSA-approved,” it means a company is allowed to sell products or services to the U.S. government through the General Services Administration (GSA). Did you know that the GSA heads all purchasing operations with the government? They have contracts and/or schedules in place in order to procure the items or services they need to function. GSA approval is a non-industry specific status for businesses or organizations that make products or provide services that the U.S. government needs and/or uses.
Can Any Business Become GSA Approved?
Is it easy to become GSA-approved? No– it requires time, focus and paperwork. It also requires that a company or organization has a proven track record in their industry. The government typically wants to see that it has been in business for at least two years and is profitable. Those who want to become GSA-approved have to complete several steps, sharing their financial logs, statements of work and past performance records with government officials who check to see if they’re worthy of approval.
The Benefits of Being GSA Approved
Why would a company or organization want to be GSA-approved?
Well, selling to the government is a good deal– they’re a reliable and
Action Compaction Equipment is GSA-approved and supplies the
government with several products such as industrial trash compactors,
industrial balers, industrial shredders, and odor control systems. Action
Compaction has been in business for more than three decades and offers a
variety of specialized waste and recycling equipment. Our company serves medical
centers, federal prisons, national parks and many others. We offer affordable
equipment and services for businesses both large and small, as well as for
governmental purposes thanks to our GSA approval.
Do you want more info about our waste and recycling equipment?
Please call Action Compaction Equipment at 801-565-1033.
One of the litany of things business owners and managers have to worry about is waste management. Figuring how to deal with commercial waste can be an exhausting exercise, especially if you’re not getting the right information to make the best decisions for your company.
With that in mind, what are some waste management myths your
business should ignore?
You don’t need an expert to help deal with your waste management needs.
It’s easy to figure out what to do with all your waste, right? Just take it the landfill. But it really doesn’t work so simply, and enlisting the help of a waste management consultant can help save your company a great deal of money and headaches, while making your waste management system more efficient. Moreover, solely relying on landfills often is a missed opportunity for companies and prevents them from saving goods that still have value, which ignores opportunity and puts unnecessary wear and tear on the environment.
All Non-Hazardous Waste Can Be Simply Thrown Out
Before creating a
plan for disposal methods for certain products or equipment, you should check with
waste management experts or local government authorities to make sure you’re
doing it right, and more importantly, are compliant with local rules and
Waste Management Programs Are Only Options for Businesses With Deep Pockets
You may think having a waste management program is a luxury that only big businesses can afford; however, that’s simply not true. Putting a program in place is a great investment for businesses of all sizes, as it will help optimize your waste management strategy, saving you money in the long term.
Those are just some of the different waste management myths you can ignore. If you need a reliable waste management consultant in Salt Lake City area, learn how the experts at Action Compaction Equipment can help.
At times, it can be astounding to see how much waste a business accumulates during a given day, week or month. As such, especially in today’s climate where companies look to reduce their carbon footprint, it’s essential for business owners and managers to look for ways to properly manage their company’s waste disposal and find solutions to reduce and optimize its flow. Here’s how you can go about doing so.
Work With a Waste Management Specialist
By working with a professional waste management specialist, he or she can audit your waste management practices and provide you with ideas and processes that will with help you properly manage your waste disposal while limiting your carbon footprint.
Cut Down on Tree Products
It’s amazing to see how quickly a roll of paper towels goes during an average workday. As such, one way to cut down on expenses and the waste your business accumulates is to find replacements for paper products. For example, this could mean replacing the paper towel dispenser in the bathrooms with hand dryers, or set new guidelines to ensure people are only printing absolutely necessary items and not wasting paper and ink.
Communicate With Employees And Ask For Help Finding Solutions
If you make
employees feel like part of the solution, they’ll likely be more willing to buy
in to your efforts to manage waste disposal. Perhaps you could incentivize using
“real” coffee cups and mugs, rather than relying on Styrofoam. Alternatively,
you could make it a priority to bring dishware for the break room, rather than
relying on plastic silverware and plates. Either way, finding ways to cut out
reliance on things you throw out after only a single use will help you better
manage your waste disposal.
Whether you’re looking for commercial waste management expertise or need to find the right dumpster or baler for your company, the experts at Action Compaction Equipment are here to help. For more information, contact us today.
Business owners and managers seemingly have a never-ending to do list each and each every day. With so much to worry about, it’s understandable that the waste management system at their commercial property is not at the top of their priority list.
That said, it is something that businesses should take a strong look at. In fact, it can be quite advantageous for businesses to have a trash compactor on site. Here’s why:
Trash Compactors Help You
By compacting your trash “all under one roof,” you’re able to save costs by minimizing the volume and size of your trash. Consequently, this means you’ll spend less on garbage bags and won’t need to have someone constantly picking up and emptying trash cans around the office, meaning you’ll be able to save on expenses and manpower. Put simply, reducing waste will make you a more efficient enterprise. Plus, another benefit of minimizing is…
Trash Compactors Are Good For
strive to have a positive impact on the world, and one easy way to do it is to
have waste compactors. By having the right commercial trash compactors and
waste management equipment in place, you’ll be able to limit your carbon
footprint by having less waste, and thereby adding to the pollution problem the
Trash Compactors Improve
Your Overall Operation
Additionally, trash compactors have the ancillary benefits of improving the appearance of your commercial property, since you won’t have garbage bins all over the place, making your appearance a neater one. What’s more, by having the right compactors in place, you need not worry about garbage building up and becoming overly odorous and/or a health hazard.
If you need help finding the right industrial trash compactor for your business, contact Action Compaction Equipment today.
Are you sick and
tired of having an odorous dumpster sitting right outside your business? It
could be taking a toll on your employees and giving people outside your
facility the wrong impression of your company. Investing in the right
industrial trash compactor will make this problem a thing of the past. It’ll
stop you from having to worry about all the odors that are emanating from your dumpster
right now. Check out some of the other benefits below.
It cuts down on rodent and insect infestations
You and your
employees might not want to spend much time working around a smelly dumpster. However,
there are plenty of rodents and insects that would love nothing more than to
spend their days rummaging around inside of one. You can stop rodents and
insects from congregating around your building by placing trash into a sealed
compactor as opposed to an easily accessible dumpster.
It helps save a lot of space
industrial trash compactor can hold as much waste as multiple dumpsters. This
means that you won’t have to devote a bunch of space to several dumpsters on
the outside of your facility. Instead, you can put a single trash compactor
into place and save yourself some space. There’s a good chance that this space
can be used for something better than a collection of dumpsters.
It reduces waste collection costs
Does it feel like
you’re spending a small fortune on waste collection these days? If you’re using
dumpsters to dispose of trash, you probably are spending more than you’d like.
The waste from dumpsters needs to be collected a lot more often than the waste
from trash compactors. As a result, you’re going to pay more for waste
collection when you have dumpsters rather than trash compactors. By welcoming a
trash compactor into your facility, you’ll save yourself quite a bit of money
every year on waste collection costs.
Do you need help locating the right industrial trash compactor for your company? Action Compaction Equipment has many options for you to choose from. Call us at 801-565-1033 to get more information on the compactors in our extensive inventory.