Are you looking for a waste disposal service? It could be that you want to get rid of domestic, construction, medical, or commercial waste. Below is an excerpt discussing the considerations to make when hiring a waste disposal company.
Establish The Company's Reputation
Contact the company's clients and check internet reviews to know what customers have to say about its services. You would be impressed if customers praise the company for timely services, friendly staff, reliability, and fair pricing. Avoid companies accused of poor quality services such as failing to clean up the site or disposing of waste at undesignated areas.
Inquire About Availability
Contact the company and inquire whether they are available to provide waste disposal services. In some cases, waste disposal companies operate within a specified route or locality. Others operate on specific days. Therefore, you should ensure that the company's collection and disposal schedule blends with your business's needs.
Check The Company's Specialisation And Capacity
Ideally, work with a company specialising in the disposal of waste on your premises. For instance, a residential waste disposal company may not have the expertise and equipment required to handle and dispose of medical waste. Check the volumes that the company can handle if you generate a lot of waste. For instance, a demolition contractor would want a waste disposal company that can handle large volumes of construction waste within the shortest possible period.
Check The Company's Waste Disposal And Recycling Policies
Improper waste disposal causes global warming, water, land, and air pollution. As such, you must work with a company that is mindful of the environment. For instance, inquire how they dispose of the waste. Ideally, the company should sort out the waste into recyclable and non-recyclable waste. Non-recyclable waste must be disposed of in an approved landfill. Some companies will process and export the waste. For instance, they can clean and shred plastics and glass ready for export.
Examine The Company's Terms And Pricing
Assess the company's terms of contract before engaging their services. For instance, how many times will they collect the waste every week? Is the company available for emergency services? What guarantees does the company give? Typically, they should clean up the site after collecting the waste. Besides, the company must observe safety when collecting the waste. For instance, company staff must wear protective clothing as they work. The company should have reasonable prices. Ideally, you should negotiate the charges and ask them to remove extra and hidden fees.
When hiring a waste disposal company, examine its reputation, availability, specialisation, waste disposal policies, terms, and pricing.