Waste management is not the most common thing the majority of people really need to think about. However, without it, people would most definitely not forget about it due to hazardous waste and debris piling up everywhere. In an area where there is constant construction and a plethora of special events happening, waste management is essential. It serves to properly collect, transport, and dispose of large quantities of waste in an organized, efficient manner.
1. Waste Management Involves Collection
The start of waste management begins before any waste is even produced. In order to properly manage waste, there has to be a place to collect it. At Sarabia’s Portable Jons, our division, Sarabia’s Waste, begins the process by providing a place for the waste to go. You have to be sure any company you hire keeps every part of their process up to city code so you know you are not inadvertently breaking the law or city standards.
2. Moving Your Waste and Debris
Once the waste has been collected, it needs to be moved. Waste cannot be disposed of where it is created and therefore has to be moved. Part of managing waste is to transport it responsibly from a site to the proper disposal location.
3. Disposing of Waste and Debris
Once the waste has been collected and transported, it must be disposed of. Some waste can be destroyed by fire or other means, and sometimes disposal just means to properly remove it. This is perhaps the most familiar part of the waste management process.
4. Proper Equipment is Important
Beyond just the waste, waste management also involves the management of equipment. The care and upkeep of tools or equipment that is used to collect, transporting and disposing of waste are just as important as dealing with the waste itself. If the equipment is badly maintained, it can cause an accident at any point of the process.
5. The Importance of Waste Regulation
This is not just a precautionary measure or done as a courtesy. There are health codes in place to protect people and regulate how waste should be properly handled. Proper waste management requires professionalism in order to ensure your debris and waste are being disposed of in the correct and proscribed way. This discourages illegal dumping and other unsanitary practices that can cause health and safety hazards.
Contact Sarabia’s Waste Today
Waste management is no easy process, but it is a necessary one. El Paso is a clean and well-respected area, because of proper waste management. At Sarabia’s Waste, we are professionals happy to help with your waste needs. We bring the same professional commitment to customer satisfaction and quality of work as our parent company, Sarabia’s Portable Jons.
Contact us today for all your waste management needs!