Does Your Small Business Literally Burn Through Tires? What Are Your Best Recycling Options?

Posted on: 27 January 2016
If you own a small business in an industry that generates potentially hazardous waste as a byproduct of normal operations -- used tires or rubber components, paints, solvents, or batteries -- you may face a constant battle when it comes to disposing of these materials in a safe and eco-friendly way without hurting your bottom line. Because of their size, storage requirements, and potential flammability, used tires can be particularly problematic when it comes to proper disposal.
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Restaurant Owners: Reduce Labor Costs By Asking About Dumpster Placement When Getting Commercial Trash Service Quotes

Posted on: 26 January 2016
There are typically several costs associated with hiring a commercial trash removal service: dumpster rental fees, permit fees and dump fees. Of course, all of these costs should be taken into account when comparing quotes from different garbage removal services, but these are not the only costs to consider. If you own a restaurant and want to hire a trash removal service, you should also consider the cost of making garbage runs to the dumpster.
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Business Owners: 2 Ways The Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule Might Affect You

Posted on: 6 January 2016
If you're not in the waste management industry, you may not have heard about the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement rule that was recently proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency. If you're a business owner, though, and your business produces even a small amount of hazardous waste, the passage of this rule will likely change the way in which you deal with your business's waste. Check out the below two ways business owners might be affected under the hazardous Waste Generator Improvement rule.
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