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Questions to Ask a Waste Management Company

Given that a lot of us regularly have our trash picked up by the garbageman, most people probably have a reasonably clear idea about what waste management companies do. Even so, if you've never hired a waste management company before, there are some important questions and considerations you should have in mind.

  • How should my waste materials be disposed of?
    A lot of waste materials can be put in the trash can. Most forms of municipal solid waste--common household items like leftover food--fall into this category. Other waste materials, like aluminum cans, are typically required by law to be recycled properly. Still other types of materials are considered toxic to the environment--batteries and certain chemicals, for instance--and must be disposed of and sanitized in a regulated manner. Be sure to describe to the company exactly the type of materials you need to have collected. You want to avoid tossing materials into the trash if they need to be recycled, but you also don't need to hire a company to pick up your garbage if you can simply--and cheaply--throw it away yourself.

  • Are they insured?
    These types of companies are routinely called upon to collect and transport hazardous, unsanitized solid materials. This is a potentially dangerous task, so a reputable company will carry insurance covering mishaps and damages that may occur.

  • How do they dispose of sensitive materials?
    If you're hiring a waste management company to pick up paperwork that may contain personal information, such as old bank statements, you need to know exactly what they're going to do with it. A good company will not simply dump it into a landfill. Ask how they'll destroy the material, and if they're willing to provide documentation affirming that it has been disposed of properly.
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    Domestic Clean-Up Service Write review for this local business
    Grandville, MI 49418
    (616) 532-8172  
    We offer professional waste management services. We work with all residential and commercial clients in Fremont. Our services include household waste management, bulk items removal, scrap metal removal, and recycling.
    Zamora's Disposal Write review for this local business
    44 Lilly St. Se Suite B, Grand Rapids, MI 49548
    (616) 724-5060  
    The leading provider of weekly residential waste disposal services in the local region. We proudly offer 95- and 65-gallon carts, as well as seasonal yard waste carts.
    Northern A-1i Services Write review for this local business
    1122 E Barney Ave, Muskegon, MI 49444
    (800) 847-3154  
    Dumpster Divas of Shelby Township Write review for this local business
    -, Shelby Twp, MI 49455
    (586) 200-1964  
    North Kent Sewer Authority Write review for this local business
    4775 Coit Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
    (616) 363-0702  
    Chippewa Lake Sewer District Write review for this local business
    10535 Lake St, Chippewa Lake, MI 49320
    (231) 867-3616  
    EverKept Disposal Write review for this local business
    2412 Port Sheldon St, Jenison, MI 49428
    (616) 669-2047  
    Action Waste Write review for this local business
    6344 Churchview Ct, Hudsonville, MI 49426
    (269) 324-6022  
    Gun Lake Area Sewer Authority Waste Water Write review for this local business
    12588 Marsh Rd, Shelbyville, MI 49344
    (269) 672-5588  
    Houghton Lake Sewer Authority Write review for this local business
    1250 S Harrison Rd, Houghton Lake, MI 48629
    (989) 422-5811  
    1-800- Got-Junk? Write review for this local business
    Lansing, MI 48901
    (800) 468-5865  
    Lakes Area Sewer Authority Write review for this local business
    32328 Chamberlin Dr, Lawton, MI 49065
    (269) 624-7308  
    Lakes Area Sewer Authority Write review for this local business
    92355 Entrance Dr, Lawton, MI 49065
    (269) 624-7420  
    Lakes Area Sewer Authority Write review for this local business
    93024 Gravel Lake Dr, Lawton, MI 49065
    (269) 624-7491  
    Dumpster Pros Of Northern Mi Write review for this local business
    -, Traverse City, MI 49684
    (231) 237-2044  
    American Waste Write review for this local business
    P.O. Box 1030, Kalkaska, MI 49646
    (231) 943-8088  
    Cherry Waste Management Write review for this local business
    -, Kalkaska, MI 49646
    (231) 518-3560  

    There are a number of professionals that work in the waste management business. This is a very important field that requires landfills for garbage disposal, recycle facility locations, and numerous dumpsters in towns and cities across the United States. Certain types of waste and debris must be treated in a specific manner in order to avoid pollution. When you work in the waste management business, you may need to operate a garbage truck, handle hazardous chemicals, collect household trash from residential homes, and deal with motor oil substances at times. This can be a very rewarding career field for the right men and women.

    There is usually some special training and education that go along with working in the waste management field. After all, you need to learn how to treat or manage certain types of trash. Not all garbage is the same. Many materials can be recycled. This is wonderful because it reduces pollution and the need for creating more landfills. Many professionals in this business have city or municipal type job positions. Often as a waste or garbage management expert, you will have to deal with hazardous or toxic materials, collect construction site rubbish, pick up trash from commercial businesses, and even handle industrial waste at times. As you may be aware, many professionals in this line of work use a garbage truck collect weekly trash from residential homes.

    You may have to work with a number of waste management experts in this field. Some may run recycling facilities, while others work at landfills.