We’re always doing our part to expand our services so we can better preserve our planet and communities. That’s why we are proud to offer commercial and industrial recycling services.
We realize that all companies are different in size and what they do. Some businesses will require specialty services. We allow our customers to customize their service selection to meet their business needs.
We offer multiple services to collect cardboard, steel, paper, aluminum, and plastics. Materials to be recycled are to be placed in frontload containers, compactors, or roll-offs. Not all services are available in all areas.
Recycling is a great for your business and environment. It can help you lower your waste bill by simply reducing the amount of waste you throw away. In some rare cases, you are even provided with a recycling rebate.
Recycling our waste isn’t at the top of our busy lives, however it’s a healthy choice for your community and the environment. That’s why we make recycling as simple as can be.
In many of the communities we service, we provide convenient curbside recycling collection. We also provide single-stream recycling. No more separating of items, simply throw it all in one container. Our goal is to make recycling so easy, there’s no reason not to do it!
Premier offers containers from 10-40 cubic yards. For complete pricing, please contact us.
Special waste is any waste material which, because of its physical, chemical or biological characteristics requires special handling procedures, or creates an unusual threat to the environment, equipment, property, public, and safety.
A waste transfer station is a light industrial facility where municipal solid waste is temporarily staged in the course of its eventual journey to the landfill or waste-to-energy facility. Typical activities at the waste transfer station involved the unloading of garbage trucks, pre-screening, and removal of inappropriate items such as automobile batteries, compacting, and then reloading onto larger vehicles, including trucks, trains, and barges to their destination.
In urban areas, the location of waste transfer stations can be very controversial. Such facilities are therefore typically fully enclosed. They may be co-located with a material recovery center.
Benefits of Transfer Stations:
Landfills are located, designed, operated and monitored to ensure compliance with federal regulations. Today’s landfills must meet certain operation and closure requirements established under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).