How to Dispose Commercial Wastes in Quick Time?

Waste disposal is important to commercial businesses because it promotes health and safety at the job site. As an entrepreneur, you are always busy running things and expanding your business so you may not have much time to focus on this detail.

Whether you need a bin to rent for a single use, environmentally friendly recycling services or commercial waste collection in most companies have the equipment, crew and skill to meet your needs. Schedule a pickup today or request a quote on our services.

Remember that trade or commercial waste of any manner is not accepted at most household waste recycling centres, because such is more complicated and dangerous to handle.

When we talk of Hazardous waste disposal it’s basically about getting rid of industrial and household effluents such as pesticides, chemicals, oils, solvents, paints, cylinders and aerosols. Disposal of such materials is a sensitive process, and good waste management will involve scrutiny of the material, safe packing, labelling and transportation for safe disposal.

That is where you require professionals to carry out the job.

Commercial Waste Collection

Commercial Waste Disposal

A one-stop waste removal should offer inclusive services ranging from everything; from garbage collection and reprocessing to septic system cleaning and liquid waste service. It is possible to customize commercial services to meet the needs of various customers. Thus, they provide services to many industries, including:

  • Municipalities
  • Institutions
  • Offices
  • Developers/owners
  • Construction crews
  • Industrial companies

Accepted Commercial Waste Materials

Several companies accept different commercial waste materials, be it hazardous or non-toxic. Some of the materials acceptable for commercial waste disposal include:

  • Tires
  • Asphalt and concrete
  • Solid waste
  • Saline fluids
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Drilling muds
  • Metal finishing solutions
  • Pharmaceutical waste water
  • Old appliances

What are the different types of waste?

The type of waste generated by commercial properties varies and depends on what sector the company is located. Each company/business is unique, which means the waste produced is specific to your business. Everything from packaging material to fruit waste is dumped into the general refuse.

The above list showcases some of the items most agencies accept for disposal. If you are not certain a material you have is acceptable, contact the company and you will be given appropriate advice.

While it may not be a top priority, proper garbage disposal is very critical to help ensure that your business is clean, safe and engaging to customers. Most companies provide timely and cost effective services that allow your business to meet these goals.

commercial waste clearance
Commercial piles of sorted recyclable items should be dumped at a landfill for recycling. Recyclable materials that are acceptable at a landfill in large quantities include:

  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Aluminium cans
  • Plastic bottles
  • Newspaper
  • Magazines
  • Clear glass bottles
  • Mixed glass bottles
  • Phone books
  • Whole vehicles tires
  • Appliances and white goods
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Used motor oil
  • Used motor oil filters
  • Wood pallets
  • Clean wood waste
  • Oyster shells
  • Antifreeze

For more information about disposing of specific items, feel free to contact us and our clearance crews will be glad to explain everything, take you through the process for collecting and recycling every item.

What type of bins do you need for waste disposal?

Different sizes of bins can be used to store different amounts of refuse. Depending on how much rubbish your business generates, you will need a covered bin to store your waste.

From the tiniest 120ml green, sturdy wheelie bin to a six yard roll top, there are bins to suit every clients’ waste output.

How do you dispose of our waste once it is collected?

Waste is organised into recyclables and non-recyclables. Several materials such as plastic, paper and glass can be recycled.  Nowadays, companies strive to avoid using landfills, hence they sort and dispose of your rubbish in the most appropriate way and in a timely manner.