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3 Ways Bin Service Will Make Your Work Site Cleaner & Safer

Company News
| May 2023

As so many of us have had to discover the hard way, keeping a messy job site in order can be overwhelming. So much so that sometimes, the burden of the mess can divert hard workers away from the task at hand. Things can quickly get disorganized when we can’t focus on our important work, compromising both the quality of our work and the employees’ sense of structure.

Luckily, industrial recycling bins are here to keep things simple. So, let’s look at a few ways industrial scrap metal bin service can add some order to your busy work place.

They Keep Things Organized

An organized work environment goes a long way when you’re looking to maximize efficiency without jeopardizing the quality of your work. Instead of strategizing about the best way to avoid debris during an important day on the job, workers can go about their craft without interruption.

If you’re looking to streamline your process or cut down on hours spent on the site, keeping things clean, with pathways free of obstruction, will benefit you in the long run. Instead of workers cutting corners to keep a job within time constraints, they’ll find that their work naturally moves more quickly when they don’t have to think about the disarray or hazards of their workspace.

Our Environment Will Thank You

In addition to the waste-saving factor, a designated scrap metal recycling bin on the job can significantly decrease the chance of contamination of the environment around you and substantially reduce work place hazards. The environment and your colleagues will thank you for not allowing these materials to take up space on the ground at your job site. Selling your scrap metal is an excellent way to earn money to invest back into your projects while protecting the environment and creating a safer work place.

The  scrap metals that can be earning you money through safe and responsible recycling include:

  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Steel and Cast Iron
  • Aluminum

The amount of metal that goes to waste without being recycled is unfathomable. Much of this scrap metal can be made useful again, saving you and your company money, as well as keeping close-to-brand-new materials out of landfills.

It’s Simply Convenient

In the final stages of a project, the last thing you or your employees want to be doing is rounding up the scrap metal from around the job site. Investing in practicality with an industrial scrap metal recycling bin and keeping up with disposal as you create it means you’ll be left with an extra moment to admire the work you’ve done instead of playing garbageman. Trust us; your colleagues and employees will undoubtedly feel the difference.

General Recycling Industries is your Bin Service Resource

Here at General Recycling, we take pride in providing you with honest and accurate accounting and the proper resources for your specific scrap metal recycling needs so your scrap disposal is as seamless as possible. That’s why we work to ensure we can supply you with the bins you need or exchange them  with as little as 24 hours’ notice when possible.

Types of Bins Available

For your convenience, we have multiple bin types available so you can tailor your recycling to your needs.

  1. Self-Dumping Hoppers–our smallest model, best for placement adjacent to machines or for small pieces to be deposited in a larger bin. Hoppers are only provided when a full service bin is in place. 
  2. Lugger Bins–our mid-size option, many with sealed bottoms to prevent fluid leakage. A variety of sizes are available.
  3. Roll-Off–our largest model–for larger and bulky pieces and volume. All equipped with doors for loading and dumping ease.
  4. Not quite sure which size is for you? See our website to make sure you’re choosing the best option for you. If you still can’t decide, don’t hesitate to contact us!

It Pays to Go Green at General Recycling

We’re committed to reducing your carbon footprint through our scrap metal purchasing program.

Our mission is to meet the industry’s need for a comprehensive scrap metal recycling program while keeping our environment  in mind, and we have done so for over 45 years. See for yourself!