We have locations in multiple cities and / or states. Does that matter?
We have international locations. Do you handle those?
We don’t have much time to spend on “trash”; can ProSource help us without requiring too much effort on our part?
How much money are we likely to save?
We have locations in multiple cities and / or states. Does that matter?

Not one bit! Building this network of haulers to service all of your needs is a time consuming and complicated process, and most likely NOT what you would like to spend your time working on. ProSource Waste does want to work on it for you. Complicated is OK, that’s what we do.

We have international locations. Do you handle those?

We can help to get your goods or recyclables overseas and across borders, but our consultative hands-on approach is best suited for facilities in the US.

We don’t have much time to spend on “trash”; can ProSource help us without requiring too much effort on our part?

ProSource structures our services to be as “time friendly” as possible. 30 minutes to 4 hours (spread over several interactions) is typically all we need.

How much money are we likely to save?

In absolute terms, it depends on what you are spending. In general terms, 10% to 100%, or more. Renegotiating and right-sizing contracts typically results in 10%-40% savings, however, ProSource has delivered 75% savings. Things get more interesting when we find recycling “homes” for your waste. When this happens we convert “waste spend” into “recycling revenue”. Sometimes recycling yields a net-zero revenue, but the diverted costs of disposal is still realized. Other times, recycling results in a “check” each month and turns your waste spend into a revenue center. The last step in our process is to work upstream from your waste into your manufacturing processes. Material that is hauled away as “trash” often started as raw materials that you spent good money to procure and applied expensive labor to transform, only to dump all of that time, money, and energy into the dumpster. Reducing the amount of waste yields the largest financial gains.

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