Archive for January, 2018

Beyond the Rubble… Concrete Recycling

Concrete can be found just about everywhere. Schools, hospitals, homes, offices and roads all use concrete to be developed. Concrete is extremely durable and can last for many years even in the toughest weather conditions. Buildings are constantly being created, updated or demolished. New projects mean a large amount of left over “old” concrete material. So what can be done with the “old” concrete that was once used? Recycle it! Don’t let concrete take up space in landfills.

This form of recycling may not typically be on the radar of most companies. However with landfill fees in the United States ranging from $30 – $100 a ton, it can help put a dent in lowering construction costs.…

Who Won’t Make It Into The Black?

Helpful Hints To Spot Trouble With Your Waste Management ProviderAT_YOUR_OWN_RISK.svg

It can happen to any business, a once reliable service provider can become unreliable. In the waste management business it is now more important than ever to evaluate service providers and partnerships as the New Year is fast approaching. The relationship with service providers is extremely important to business operations and can affect business in many ways. If a service provider is failing it not only affects their business but yours as well. Failing waste management service provides can affect business in different ways from unwanted invoice increases to less reliable pickups that will put your business at risk for compliance violations and fines.…