Rubbermaid Waste Receptacles
Taking out the
trash doesn’t have to be a nasty job. In fact, with a little planning
and the right equipment, it can be a breeze.
first: Decide what your waste removal needs are by figuring out where
the waste is coming from. The kind of waste it is will make the
difference in what receptacles should be chosen for the job, as there
is a wide variety of Rubbermaid waste receptacles made by top-of-the-line manufacturers - like Rubbermaid® - all designed to fit varying workplace waste collection needs.
Second: Make it
easy! Systematic waste management begins with making waste products
easy to collect. This is the next step to a cleaner, more organized
Two areas to keep in mind when it comes to commercial waste management are recycling and sanitation/hygiene.
represent a good portion of waste. According to the EPA (Environmental
Protection Agency), “42 percent of all paper, 40 percent of all plastic
soft drink bottles, 55 percent of all aluminum beer and soft drink
cans, 57 percent of all steel packaging, and 52 percent of all major
appliances are now recycled.”
convenient central collection site for recyclables makes it effortless
for employees to keep recyclable waste in check – even in areas of high
waste generation such as break areas and lunch rooms.
recycling containers that can be combined with others and are adaptable
to shifting needs are best. For example, Rubbermaid® Slim Jim waste and
Rubbermaid recycling containers are made to fit into that tight spot
when space is a problem. They can also be combined with each other to
create an effective central collection center.
For areas where
sanitation and hygiene are of special concern, such as restrooms,
kitchens and biohazard disposal; special care should be taken in
choosing the right waste receptacle.
trashcans can give hands-free waste disposal, and are perfect for areas
where there is no worry about odors. No-touch waste receptacles, like
foot-pedal activated products, provide sanitary, hands-free waste
disposal with the added benefit of a lid to hide unsightly waste and
contain foul odors.
adherence to NSF (National Sanitation Foundation), OSHA (Occupational
Safety and Health Administration), and USDA (United States Department
of Agriculture) standards and fire safety regulations where appropriate
are other concerns that need to be addressed when choosing commercial
Constructed of heavy-duty, easy to maintain quality materials, today’s commercial Rubbermaid waste receptacles are built for long life and are designed to resist dents and scratches.
as with ash/trash receptacles, products should meet with strict fire
safety regulations set forth by the CSFM (California State Fire
Marshal), so be sure to check product specifications.
Once the waste is
collected, it has to be moved to a pick-up site or transported to a
dumpster. Take the work out of taking out the trash by taking the load
off your back!
commercial products include wheeled containers that work in conjunctioTaking out the trash doesn’t have to be a nasty job. In fact, with a
little planning and the right equipment, it can be a breeze.n
with automated dumping systems and meet ANSI (American National
Standards Institute) standards for use with automated lifting
equipment, all-weather wheeled industrial trash cans, tilt-trucks, and
dollies for large capacity waste containers.
As varied as workplaces are, so are their waste disposal requirements.
“At Supply Hero,
we understand this and take every opportunity to offer you the most
diverse, quality-built, complete line of commercial waste management
products available today,” says a Supply Hero representative.