Dumpster Pad Cleaning
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Reasons To Hire A Contractor For Dumpster Pad Cleaning Services
Nasty Odors breeding-ground for Bacteria (Salmonella, E Coli, Listeria).
Attract vermin like Mice, Flies and Bugs.
Unsightly grease oil spills.
Dumpsters will rust leading to leaks.
Animals may enter Dumpsters through the 1¼-inch or 1½-inch drain sometimes within a corner wall or area.
Always require your waste disposal service provider to place a drain plug in the Dumpster.
Tips For Maintaining Your Dumpster
Insist that your waste disposal company provide a Dumpster manufactured from sound metal or heavy-duty plastic, and without any opportunities ¼-inch or larger.
Clean around and under dumpsters daily if necessary, and sweep-up any spilled debris after collection. Garbage tends to collect specifically under and around compactors. Ask your waste disposal company for a dumpster or compactor which will minimize spillage. Clear Dumpsters and storage locations using a line. Ensure the water runs in to a drain so are there no puddles left, because rats require water. Work with A chain and lock about the Dumpster lid if necessary to prevent scavenging and unauthorized use. Keep chains and wires from holding the floor, because them can climb.
Dumpster pads are near every place of business. They are vital for handling garbage and other waste that every business creates and the area around them should be cleaned by a pressure washing company regularly. Not only must dumpster pads be cleaned often for ascetic reasons, in addition they should be carefully sanitized to prevent infestation by insects, subjects, and bacteria.
Garbage Bin Pad Cleaning Can Keep You In Compliance With Maryland Laws
Sec. 4-169. Garbage containers.
The owner or operator of every establishment producing garbage shall provide, and at all times cause to be utilized, approved leakproof containers provided with close-fitting covers for the storage of such materials until removed from the premises for disposal. The term garbage container shall mean any container used or intended to be used for the storage of garbage, waste, litter, refuse and debris until such materials are removed from the premises for disposal. Garbage containers, including dumpsters, shall be emptied, cleaned, and/or deodorized as necessary, to prevent the container from becoming malodorous. Litter, refuse, waste and debris shall not be allowed to accumulate around the dumpster. All litter, refuse, waste and debris shall be deposited in such a manner as to prevent spilling or blowing out of the container. The garbage container must have a closeable top, and doors (if applicable), and shall be maintained so that all openings are able to be closed and secured. All commercial garbage containers, including dumpsters, shall prominently display on the exterior of the container the name of the company responsible for service of the container, as well as a local phone number at which a party responsible for the service and maintenance of the container may be contacted.
With over 30 years of experience in the pressure washing industry, we know how to remove the toughest stains on your dumpster pads safely and quickly. We use professional grade environmentally friendly products and waste water recovery systems to keep in compliance with The Clean Water Act and other EPA regulations.