Do You Know What On-Site Storage Is?

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There are a variety of different settings where your basic garbage can or recycling bin may not be enough to get the job done with regard to waste management. These include construction/teardown projects where there’s an immense amount of waste that needs to be handled, or remote settings/job sites where it’s not feasible to regularly transport waste. Looking into on-site options is a great way to manage the issue. So, let’s take a closer look at what on-site storage entails.

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On-site storage helps with waste transport.

On-Site Storage Explanation

On-site storage is essentially renting a dumpster or large recycling container to try and stash different items on a site for disposal/reuse. These are generally rented for a given period of time, then transported to the site for that period. After the rental period is up, the provider of the storage returns to take the storage and the waste inside. Note that depending on your needs, you can get items of various sizes, but these are generally going to be on the larger side.

On-site Storage Benefits

So, with these in mind, what are the benefits of going this route? For starters, you have the ability to reduce costs in terms of gas and transport of transporting waste  yourself. In addition, having a larger storage for your waste increases your capacity for certain jobs. For example, say that you’re cleaning out a house with flood damage and are going to be disposing of a lot of the items. In these cases, on-site storage lets you store the needed items as safely as possible. The same applies to recycling.

When you’re ready to utilize on-site storage, you need professional support from Sunrise Sanitation. We offer waste management and recycling services across West Virginia and Maryland. Visit our website to learn more about the on-site services we have to offer.

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