When servicing your container, we noticed that your recycling was contaminated with non-recyclable materials. We want to make your recycling program simple and stress-free for your business.
Below are some ideas that might help avoid future contamination issues:
- Recycling Education: Everyone at your organization needs to understand what can and cannot be recycled. This includes your staff, customers, and especially your janitorial team. We provide educational tools to can post and share. Our website, Recycle Right, contains downloadable materials including recycling posters, videos, container labels, and comprehensive guides to setting up your workplace recycling program. Labeling your containers with the recycling rules is one of the best ways to educate consumers and employees that manage waste and recycling services for your company.
- Container Locks: You may want to consider keeping your containers in a locked enclosure or requesting a container with a lockable lid. Locking containers restrict access to only a select, trained group of team members. Locks also deter illegal dumping.