Waste Expense Management for Dummies

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The cost to have your trash, solid waste, or commercial waste removed from your place of business (Restaurants, Hotels, Retail Stores, Apartment Complexes, etc.) by commercial haulers (BFI, Waste Management, Inc., Allied, etc.) has skyrocketed in recent years. This is due to a variety of factors, but all of them are correctable - if you know what you are doing. To avoid waste hauler overcharging and overpayment practices, you would need decades of experience in hauler relationships and understanding their inflationary tactics.

With gas prices reaching stratospheric heights and showing no apparent signs of cooling off, many businesses are desperately looking for ways to offset those increases with higher revenues or lower expense budgets. Local Pizzeria’s and restaurants are considering gas surcharges on deliveries and Property Managers have to pass on to tenants/owners increased costs in insurance, trash removal and maintenance. One property manager explained in her annual condominium association budget letter “. . . despite what the government claims, costs do go up every year . . .”. Rampant increases in expenses are forcing business owners to get extremely tough on reducing costs in other areas.

One area in particular small to medium-sized businesses are looking is in their commercial/solid waste removal fees. Businesses are saving upwards of 50% off their waste expenses by implementing a few simple strategies. Additional information about some of these methods can be viewed at the Futureminded Group website

fgroupwasteaudits.com. Here you can find out specifics on how companies are utilizing effortless processes to realize tremendous savings.

Futureminded Group will be conducting Free Analyses to determine potential saving benefits for companies. Business Managers are urged to have an analysis completed soon to realize savings immediately.

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Omar Petty