Dock & Dumpster
DUMPSTERS: UNSIGHTLY. UNSANITARY. UNSAFE. AND SIMPLY SMELLY.
One of the many challenges for facility managers is maintaining dumpsters, trash compactors, composting bins and the surrounding dock areas. Foul odors, pests and the unsightly appearance create an unpleasant work environment and are certainly customer turn-offs. Additionally, the organic dumpster sludge makes docks and indoor floor areas slippery and is a health hazard. This sludge also seeps into surface area pores, causing decay and potentially expensive repairs. Meanwhile, existing cleaning practices push this greasy matter into drains, causing clogs and overflows.
TRADITIONAL CLEANING PRACTICES: EXPENSIVE. TIME-CONSUMING. TOXIC.
Current maintenance practices are costly, inefficient and often harmful to the environment. Unfortunately, these practices typically do not permanently eliminate the millions of unhealthy, odor producing bacteria on the dumpster or compactor walls. As a result, the decay cycle is kick-started again and again as soon as new rubbish is added, thereby rendering frequent pick-up schedules ineffective as an odor mitigation tool. Combined with regular service charges and transfer fees, the cost for compliance is substantial. And the impact on the environment is significant as contaminated run-off often enters storm drains and ultimately finds its way into our nation’s waterways and bays causing further ecological damage.
32 Oz Dock & Dumpster - $19.99
1 Gallon Dock & Dumpster - $44.62