Local Waste Removal Service
Emerald Waste is Your LOCAL Source for Waste Removal
How we manage our waste says a lot about us, our business and our commitment to our local, national and global environment. We have all seen businesses who do not manage their waste properly. We have seen contractors who have excellent waste management skills and contractors who are challenged to manager waste. With whom would you rather do business? Most consumers choose the business or contractor that manages waste efficiently and non-invasively over the business or contractor that struggles with solid waste management practices.
Likewise, we have driven down streets where homeowners take pride in the appearance of the community. And, we can’t help but notice the occasional homeowner who seems oblivious to controlling and managing their waste. Which neighborhood would you rather live in? Where would you prefer your children play? Which neighborhood has the better property values? 99 percent of the time, the neighborhood of choice and the one with better property values are the neighborhood that is clean and has good waste management discipline. This cleanliness does not happen by accident. Commercial and residential tidiness is a commitment by management to stay on top of waste as it accumulates at the home or at the business. And, the tool of choice in this fight is the rental dumpster.
Waste management does indeed say a lot about us and our commitment to a healthier environment. Everything you need to know about waste management and rental dumpsters is portrayed in this guide
Environmental Effects of Bad Waste Management Practices
The more we learn about our environment, the more we realize that many contributors to the decay of our environment pertain to poor waste management practices. The better our waste management services, the less effect waste has on the environment that we will pass on to future generations.
We have come to realize that recycling is environmentally responsible. But, helping the environment takes more than disciplined recycling. We must control the non-recyclable waste in an efficient, compliant manner.
Components of the environment that are affected by poor waste management:
Water Contamination – Poor waste management allows waste to impact our water supply. When waste enters our water, the chemical composition of the water we consume is altered.
Soil Contamination – When waste and hazardous chemicals get into our soil, plants are harmed and cannot live naturally. Soil contamination affects the crops we grow and the flowers we plant. If humans eat contaminated plants they are essentially being poisoned and are likely to experience a variety of after effects including raising the possibility of a fatality.
Pollution – Poor waste management practices invariably result in land, water and air pollution. If absorbed into the lungs, pollution can cause a number of serious respiratory ailments.
Leachate – When liquids from contaminated waste appear as water, they are called leachates, treacherous mixtures of chemicals that are usually hazardous when they enter surface water, groundwater or soil.
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Emerald Waste is committed to helping you dispose of unwanted materials and protecting the environment. Please contact us for details on our local services.