- The cost of collecting and safely dumping refuse, licensing and maintenance of vehicles, and the health and safety of the employees have become so costly that it is imperative to work smartly with your waste and refuse.
- Increased profitability is the goal.
- Training your employees to work safely with the waste and refuse is number one on the list. Safety first.
- Secondly, separation of the refuse in an uncontaminated state is important, otherwise, the recycling traders classify it as general waste and you cannot get a return on your hard work.
- The waste that you send to your municipality called the general wet waste is costing you upward of R1600.00 per drum per week.
- The strategy for wet waste is to compact it into compacting bales and to pile the waste equal to 4 municipal wheelie bins into one. Thus bringing your cost down from R6400.00 per week to R1600.00 if you only have 4 bins per week.
- I would suggest that you partner with experienced recyclers that have a footprint in the industry to take your recyclables from you. In most cases, they employ their own staff and train them to do the work. If someone is ill and cannot report for duty the recycler will bring a replacement.
- When you work systematically as suggested you will convert valuable recyclable waste into an income and subsidize the cost of your own refuse and waste removal.
- If you struggle for time like most of us, Optiman, Optimal Management Sytems is available to complete the audits on your behalf at a nominal rate.
- Please contact Marius Joubert on 0605254998 or email@example.com
|OPTIMAN: REFUSE SEPERATION AND RECYCLING SHEET||DAY.1.|
|BIN: TIN AND CANS|
|REFUSE YARD SPLIT:|
|PLASTIC SORTED AND SEPARATED|
|GLASS SORTED AND SEPARATED|
|PAPER SORTED AND SEPARATED|
|TINS AND CANS SEPARATED|
|WET WASTE COMPACTED|
|COMPACTER IN PERFECT WORKING ORDER|