Dumpster rentals can benefit an array of different businesses and customers. Two things are considered when figuring out what will work best for you:
- amount of waste/what size dumpster you will need
- the type of waste that you need to dispose of
Dumpster containers come in many different sizes to ensure that depending on what waste material you may need to get rid of, they have the appropriate size for your needs. They can come as small as a 10 yard roll off container or up to a 40 yard roll off container. Roll off containers are those temporary dumpsters that are open top; they do not have a lid on them. Dumpster rentals may seem intimidating to some customers but they are easy to use and access.
The types of rentals also allow for different types of waste that may be produced. There are dumpster rentals that are used for mixed waste or municipal solid waste (MSW). Other dumpster rentals are used for green waste, such as yard debris, brush and organic waste. Another type of waste that is common for dumpster rentals is construction and demolition waste (C&D). This type of waste includes sheet rock, lumber, and other construction related waste and debris. Waste that includes concrete and bricks are typically seen in smaller dumpster rentals so they can be recycled easier.
Financial Benefits of Recycling
While we have discussed the benefits of recycling, one important aspect was not brought up yet: money. Recycling can help save millions of dollars around the globe. Recycling can cost less to operate than compared to waste collection, the landfill, and the incineration process. And the more recycling that people do, whether it is a business or your average Joe, the better and the cheaper it is. On a large scale aspect, recycling helps save the economy a ton of money. And it can be seen on the smaller scale as well; families and communities that recycle see the financial savings as well. Companies have saved millions of dollars by recycling their waste and reusing or repurposing waste. Economically speaking, recycling also creates more jobs for people in the United States that average billion dollar payrolls annually. For every job that is in the waste collection and management industries, four jobs are created from recycling. By creating more jobs with recycling, it also can generate revenue.
There are other financial benefits of recycling. If a company, community, or even an individual recycles more, then their cost of disposing waste is reduced. There can also be a reduced cost for buy supplies needed in the work site, or the office or the home, such as utensils, napkins or paper towels, and disposable cups.
Financial Benefits of Using Dumpster Rentals
Besides having a cleaner home, workplace or work site, there are financial benefits to using dumpster rentals. Time is not wasted by workers breaking waste down. Their time ‘on the clock’ can be used working and clearing debris from the site instead of organizing the waste. Using the dumpster rentals can be very affordable since some rentals have a scheduled pick up that is designed and scheduled to best suit the companies needs in order to benefit the company’s bottom line, not the dumpster rental’s bottom line.
Another benefit of using dumpster rentals comes from the recycling aspect. There are some tax benefits to using dumpster rentals to sort the recyclable waste. This can include covering the costs of the dumpster rental in some cases. The government will reward those individuals and companies that help the economy in the long run with their recycling efforts.