Okay, so you have to get some junk removed and hauled away once in a while. But who says you have to do it yourself?
Sometimes the junk and debris you collect or generate at your business is more than can be easily placed in your industrial dumpster out back. Sometimes it's more than will even fit in the dumpster! What do you do then?
There are multitudes of functions that every business must carry out each day. But, unless they're a junk hauling firm, commercial junk removal shouldn't be one of them.
Relocating to a new office or building should be planned well in advance. Having a planning checklist can help.
Almost every business has this one thing in common: they all produce junk that has to be hauled away. But there's good news for business owners with junk!
[Editors note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
If you've owned and run your business for any length of time, you probably have e-waste, somewhere in your offices.
[Editors note: This post was originally published in August 2016 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
E-Waste, or electronic waste, eventually shows up everywhere in our homes and offices.
As a business owner or manager, you can be in a situation where you need commercial junk removal services because the job is big to do yourselves. The question you have to ask yourself is "What do you look for in a reliable junk removal service?"
You might only think of your home when you think "spring cleaning", but workplaces need spring cleaning, as well.
Just like your home, your office can benefit from a "spring cleaning" and removal of e-waste and other junk. The disposal of which is typically regulated by strict laws.