When you are managing a large business, you might be more focused on keeping your customers happy and overseeing that large shipment than you are about choosing a new waste management company. However, if you make the wrong choice, you might end up dealing with frustrating hassles later. Here are two things you should ask potential waste management companies, so that you can be happy with your choice: 1: "What are your collection policies?
15 April 2015
If you own an apartment building, renting a dumpster can be a smart idea. These are just three of many reasons to rent a dumpster for your property. 1. Keep Your Property Looking Neat and Tidy As a landlord, you want your property to look its absolute best at all times. It can be tough to encourage your tenants to keep their places looking great, but installing a dumpster rental on-site will help.
10 April 2015
You have a desire to reduce the amount of trash that your home produces. And small changes can make a difference because the average person may produce up to 4.3 pounds of waste per day. You can decrease your waste production with the following 3 unconventional suggestions. 1. Composting Might Be Your Answer Experts believe that about 2/3 of all the waste that households produce can be composted instead of dumped in a landfill.
21 March 2015
Managing documents is a major part of operating a business of all sizes. While small businesses are able to make document storage one task that an employee manages, medium to large businesses need to create an effective document management system. A well planned document management program will make use of a variety of solutions to allow businesses to store digital and paper documents. Storing digital documents has become increasingly easy, while handling physical documents remains a serious task.
17 March 2015
Are you in need of a little extra cash? If so, recycling your old scrap metal can provide you with the opportunity you need to earn some extra money. However, before you load up your truck and head to the local scrap yard, take a moment to review the tips below to ensure you are able to get the most money possible for each and every ounce of metal you have to recycle.
24 February 2015
Americans throw millions of dollars worth of metal into the garbage each year -- just the gold and silver in discarded cell phones is valued at more than $60 million annually. This figure doesn't even approach the value of other metals, including steel appliances, copper wires and electrical components, brass fittings and aluminum gutters or window frames, all of which end up languishing in landfills. Individually, each of these discarded items is worth relatively little; to the ambitious scrap metal collector, however, these metals can bring big bucks.
23 February 2015