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The world is rapidly changing as it relates to both commercial and private waste disposal. Communities everywhere are standardizing the way in which they dispose of recycling, commercial household garbage and composting. As the focus on proper disposal continues in this country, more and more changes will be coming our way and the small business opportunities to support these changes will continue to soar.
Nowadays, you can’t turn on the news without hearing our legislators and other public figures focusing on ways to ensure we protect our natural resources. Efforts are underway in communities across the globe to reduce the amount of waste that is filling our landfills. New and improved programs are being rolled out to ensure communities around the United States have the opportunity to make changes to practices for removing trash, yard waste, food scraps and compost – more and more of which are becoming mandatory.
What’s driving the need now?
In the near future, you can expect to see an increase in the mandatory collection of organic material, which will reduce the volume of waste contributing to landfills. The process today includes collecting organic waste in specific yard waste or organics bins. The material is then transported to a central composting station where the composting process can be accelerated. Then, this waste becomes a source of value. The processed compost material is able to be sold to local landscapers and farmers. What, at one time, filled our landfills and negatively impacted our planet’s resources is now sustaining them.
Where is the opportunity for those in the waste bin cleaning industry? While the process described meets the growing requirements for reducing waste in landfills and protecting our planet, it does have a downside. Organic composting containers and bins get quite dirty. Material such as raw scraps of food can sit for up to a week or more inside the compost bin with no bag to separate it from the bin itself. The only remedy to prevent foul-smelling, bacteria-ridden build-up on these composting bins is to clean them – and clean them often!
This is where entrepreneurs in the trash bin cleaning industry are seeing the significant opportunity unfold. With the laws and regulations regarding trash, recycling and now composting starting to change and increase, the opportunity for owners of garbage bin cleaning businesses will continue to grow at a rate rarely seen in modern industry. The time is NOW to reach to Sparkling Bins to learn more about owning your own small business in the trash bin cleaning industry and discover how you can take advantage of the unprecedented growth in this market!
Congratulations goes out to Curtis Combs from Suds'y Bin Cleaning....04 Aug, 2020