Now that we are in a new decade, many companies want to explore ways to cut costs and increase profits. Small businesses like restaurants, gas stations, retail stores etc. use dumpsters to store and remove waste, yet some would be surprised to learn that they’re overspending on waste management. Since waste management is not an optional expense, few businesses stop and think about how they can save money on trash removal.
In some cases, a waste management company increases their rates, and small businesses don’t question it. They figure something has happened on the end of the waste management company that required them to raise prices. For example, if the price of oil rose or the average compensation in the area increased, the company could raise rates to compensate for these changes. In other cases, businesses choose a waste hauler because it is what nearby businesses use, and they don’t shop around. In both cases, it is important to compare prices among the different waste haulers in the area, so you have a clear idea about the average cost of waste management in your area.
One of the main problems with paying too much for waste disposal is that businesses end up redistributing funds to try to make up for the high waste management bill. They know their business cannot function without trash removal, so they end up making unnecessary sacrifices elsewhere to save money. They may end up having to pay their employees lower salaries, for example or cut back on maintenance for the trucks in their fleet.
At S.B.C. Waste Solutions, we make it our mission to give our customers the lowest prices we can. Our services include dumpsters of all sizes, front loaders, rear loaders, and recycling. We are a family and woman-owned company, and we see our customers as part of our extended family. We want to help you save money so your small business can run more efficiently.