Depending on the nature of the productive processes, having one dumpster in the yard is simply not enough. Now, small business operators may beg to disagree with this argument just raised. Fair enough, but the argument still needs to be substantiated. Understandably, the business premise’s square meter space may be at a premium and it would not be justifiable to add in yet another dumpster.
Roll off dumpster manufacturer designs can fix this space issue on the spot. Depending on the nature of the productive processes, some businesses could have a row of smaller dumpsters fitted to their yard. Or they could lay out the additional expense and outsource the efficient management of their waste disposal and the subsequent use of the dumpsters. The dumpsters will not pose infringements on space because it will not always be a permanent fixture of the property.
Depending on the business processes, it might be feasible for the outsourced garbage disposal unit to remove the dumpsters from the property and deal with the waste disposal elsewhere, say, on its own lot. The outsourced garbage disposal unit, it is to be trusted, will be disposing all collected waste in a responsible and safe manner. It still makes more business sense to take ownership of the dumpsters, whether a single unit is being kept on the premises, or whether the suggestion of a few more is going to be taken up.
Why was this suggested? Well, each mini-dumpster will be collecting its own variety of waste. In one unit, all glass will be stored. In another; compostable materials this would be the case for a restaurant. And the big bin is where all the plastic one of the worst pollutants – will be stored, until the garbage disposal unit collects it.