Waste is one thing that is inevitable in day-to-day life. There will always be something that has outlived its usefulness or served its purpose and needs to be disposed of. You just need to gather your waste for most tenants and leave it at a pre-designated place for pickup. The onus is on you as a property’s manager to arrange and maintain a timely and convenient garbage handling schedule.
However, if you are a property manager, run a business or run logistics in an industry, you might need to look for a professional to help you out. By the time you get to engage a waste management service, you should have a firm grasp of what is thrown away, quantity, and where it is usually disposed at. You should track these trends over time and record your tenants’ patterns of waste generation and other waste habits.
If the logistics or quantity of waste being generated is beyond municipal services’ scope, you might consider getting a waste management service. You can get professional consultation and even save on waste disposal fees in the long run.
What to look for in a property waste management service
When you are considering a waste management service, make sure they have solutions for all the properties in your portfolio. This is particularly critical if you have various types of tenants or properties in far-flung locations. They should also have experience, a proven track record and stellar customer service. You can request them for a list of their client list and do your own investigation into their professionalism.
They should also incorporate your tenants’ needs and preferences into their waste management solutions.