It is amazing how few people are aware of the monetary benefits of recycling. If your business has to deal with a lot of cardboard, scrap metal, used drums, etc., then you are missing out if you are not capitalizing on what you thought was waste! Getting even a small amount back on your waste disposal cost can start to add up over time. Here are a few things to consider when creating your recycling plan.
Make Money Instead of Paying for Disposal
A lot of businesses find that they are paying far too much in disposal fees and labor. Plastics, metals, and drums can often all be recycled or even reused by a different industry. The only way to know what you might be able to get back from your waste is to call or email Incineration Recycling Services and see what we can set up. When you sell recycled drums, it also helps other industries have affordable green packaging.
Create The Ultimate Waste Disposal Plan
Creating a valuable produce means there is likely going to be some waste at some point. A waste disposal plan can help streamline the entire process which not only saves time but money too. In fact, you may get a check back occasionally. Setting down and improving your waste disposal process may help in other areas of your business as well. When Incineration Recycling Services takes care of your waste, you can be assured that you will have more time to spend on other areas of your business.
Value of Return
Of course, the amount you get back is going to vary. The price of scrap metals can vary a lot at times, so when it is higher, you can expect to get more if you have mostly metal waste. Getting something back is far better than having to pay the full cost of disposing of your waste in a manner that meets company and EPA protocols.
Revenue Stream=Environmental Win
What is not to love about a revenue stream that stems from making the most conscientious environmental choice? Not only will you be able to tell your customers and peers what you are doing to responsibly dispose of waste products, but you will also receive a check in many cases. At the very least you can reduce or even eliminate your waste disposal bill. Either way, it is money in your pocket to recycle waste with your partners at Incineration Recycling.