Dumping Regulations: How to Avoid Costly Fines and Keep Communities Clean

When it comes to clean, safe waste disposal, keeping up with local and federal (or even international) dumping regulations is a critical responsibility for companies of any size. Sustainable, environmentally friendly practices start with sanitation and proper waste management procedures. Below, we dive further into the best practices and specific portable sanitation products to help

Rising Cost of Wastewater Treatment Plants

Municipal managers have seen a steady increase in the cost of any wastewater-related operations. They may not realize that the increases are caused by rapid urban growth, lack of efficient, sustainable options, and inadequate treatment – leading to outbreaks of disease, drive up the cost of water treatment. Also, wastewater treatment plants are developing more,

Climbing Resin Prices, Material Shortages, and Environmental Change: The Impact on the Sanitation Industry

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Recent events like Winter Storm Uri have made more of a wave than many have realized. Whether these obstacles have directly impacted your business or you’ve avoided taking a hit, companies in every industry need to be aware. The sanitation industry relies on resin, plastics, and other materials. Changes in pricing and material shortages have

Plastics and Raw Materials: How Rising Costs Will Affect the Sanitation Industry

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses of every kind, but the sanitation industry, in particular, has been affected in numerous ways. An efficient and organized supply chain is required for companies to operate correctly, and if one component experiences change, the results can be exponential. On top of that, recent snowstorms and winter weather

Zoom Meetings – What Does F2F Marketing Look Like Post COVID?

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Zoom, Go To Meeting, Facetime, even social media apps that allow video calls… All of these platforms have become the ‘new norm’ for socializing post COVID-19. The sanitation industry was built on in-person, face to face (F2F) communication. Now, with mandatory social distancing guidelines in place, that seems nearly impossible. What can you do to

Dealing with Bad Reviews Online

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It’s every business’s nightmare — bad reviews online that are turning away customers left, right and center. OK… maybe you’re not dealing with negativity on that scale, but even a single bad review can be challenging to deal with. These negative reviews have the potential to drastically hurt your business. A survey conducted by Bright Local found that

Creating Digital Content for Your Online Audience

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In last week’s blog, we went over the “in’s and out’s” of SEO and PPC digital advertising. It’s important to start with a foundation of knowledge when choosing how you want to spend your time and money advertising online. Now that we know the basics, it’s time to look at creating digital content for your

EPA Registered Products | What’s in Your Disinfectant?

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Keeping customers safe and equipment clean is always top-of-mind for the sanitation industry. Now more than ever, your clients want the assurance that proper measures are being taken to protect themselves and others. As such, they may want to know exactly what’s in the products you use to disinfect and sanitize equipment. In some cases, only

Navigating Business Relationships in Uncertain Times

Business Relationships are more important than ever.

Personal and professional relationships are incredibly valuable in the portable sanitation industry. From trade shows to client meetings and service calls, everyone knows one another. Trust and mutual respect are words that come to mind when thinking of our customer’s relationships with their clients. But, how do you navigate contracts and business relationships in the

Customer Innovation, Community, Essential Services and Emergency Relief!

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They say that hard times reveal a person’s character. The portable sanitation industry is filled with strong individuals, who truly care about the health and safety of their communities. In this time of need we’ve seen our industry band together, create innovative solutions to our nation’s problems, and provide much-needed emergency relief and essential sanitary