Waste Management News, Tips, & Tricks Blog
Posted by Mike Williams on Saturday, July 16th, 2016Companies don’t just develop proper waste management policies in order to save themselves money and increase efficiency. Another equally important reason for maintaining good waste management procedures is the impact it can have on the environment. When commercial waste isn’t disposed of properly, it can damage natural ecosystems, kill or maim wildlife, and cause harmful pollution to enter the atmosphere. Proper waste disposal is the responsibility of every business, and something that waste management consultants are happy to help businesses achieve. (more…)
Posted by Mike Williams on Thursday, June 30th, 2016As commercial baling equipment ages and undergoes normal wear and tear, there will come a time when you need to decide whether to choose professional baler repair or replacement with new baling or recycling equipment. Making this decision for your commercial, nonprofit, educational, or residential property facility will depend on several factors. (more…)
Posted by Mike Williams on Thursday, June 16th, 2016An industrial baler may not seem like the most versatile of tools, at first, but don’t let that fool you. These manufacturing and farming tools are used by a wide variety of industries and come in several different forms that maximize their usefulness for different organizations and entities. (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Monday, May 30th, 2016How much is your business wasting every year on its inefficient waste management system? Coming up with the answer to that question may not be as easy as you think. That’s where waste management brokers—men and women who help businesses save money and reduce inefficiencies in their waste management processes—come in. Here’s how working with a waste management broker can help your business. (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Monday, May 16th, 2016Looking for a way to save your business money and make better use of your resources? Using an industrial trash compactor is an easy, affordable way to decrease the costs your business incurs from storing and processing the waste it produces every day. Let’s take a look at just a few of the ways a trash compactor can lower costs: (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Saturday, April 30th, 2016Compactors are like any other machine. They need regular maintenance, and they often have to have certain parts replaced or repaired every now and then. This is especially true for compactors that are frequently used. The more they are used, the more maintenance and commercial compactor repair they require. (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Saturday, April 16th, 2016The history of the commercial waste compactor and the baler both stem from similar origins to many other inventions: the need to perform a variety of tasks faster and more efficiently. Both of these inventions were each patented around the same time, for completely different industries, but with the same end goal being to save time, space, and money. (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Thursday, June 11th, 2015
The GTS 2000 Indoor Compactor
The ever-increasing cost of waste disposal is frustrating to those who own and operate a restaurant. Trash bills inexplicably rise from month-to-month, haulers charge unreasonable fees, and it seems as though every month, the check you write to the waste hauler is larger than the month before. The good news is that you can take control of these costs by making some basic changes in how you deal with waste. One option is employing the use of a GTS 2000 indoor trash compactor.(more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015If you own a business in Houston that involves structures such as a manufacturing facilities, distribution hubs, multi-unit chain retail outlets, or a shipping and receiving department, you may want to ask yourself these questions: (more…)
Posted by GTSWeb on Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
- Do you own a business that pays for waste and recycling service?
- Has your staff done their best to negotiate your waste and recycling expenses?
- Despite your company’s best efforts, have you seen your waste bills creep above the original negotiated amount?
- Have you or your staff had trouble getting the waste and recycling expenses back down to where they ought to be?
- Have you even changed companies under the premise that your hauling expenses would remain static, only to discover that your new waste hauler uses the same lines and pat answers the old company did to justify unreasonable price increases and hidden fees?