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Business Recycling Solutions

Recycall offers alternative recycling methods to your company's waste stream or surplus materials through waste minimization. Your company's waste stream may contain material that is recyclable.

By diverting that material from the waste stream you reduce the costs of rubbish removal/disposal. In addition, if the material is in demand, a rebate may be refunded.


Baled Cardboard in the RECYCALL Wharehouse

What is Waste Minimization?

Waste minimization is a term most often used in manufacturing, but applies to every industry, business or home. For example, a corrugated cardboard box company manufacturers custom boxes for its clients. The raw material only comes in the form of a large roll or sheet whereby the manufacturer uses a punch press to cut out the custom made boxes leaving "cut-offs". The cut-offs or scraps are part of their waste stream. To minimize their waste they instead bale the scraps and send them to the raw material producer who mixes it with their virgin material to make new rolls or sheets. The raw material producer may actually pay the manufacturer for their scraps. If the manufacturer's cut offs were put into their waste stream, they would be paying to have them hauled away to a dump. Instead, they are minimizing their waste and saving lots of money.


Waste Audit

In order to determine if a business can benefit economically through waste minimization techniques, a waste audit is conducted. The waste audit consists of analyzing the waste stream. In other words, if a full garbage pail represents the weekly waste produced at any facility, the waste would be separated into categories and determined if a portion of the waste could be diverted from disposal. If diversion is economically feasible that portion would be prepared and sent to a recycler or related user, thus, the weight, volume and frequency of the waste stream is already reduced which lowers overhead cost. If the material has a high demand, then a rebate would be received adding more incentive.