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Why You Should Keep Your Trash Dumpster Pad Sites Clean

Let’s talk dirty: dumpster pad sites can be downright disgusting. Sure, their main purpose is to house trash, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care of them. When garbage and grime build up around dumpster pad sites, it can cause many negative impacts to your business.

Think about it: trash dumpster pad sites are already unappealing. If there is a visual buildup of garbage and grime, it only becomes more unappealing and can deter people from using it as intended. Then, trash is thrown other places, causing your property to appear littered and unattended to.

Building and property managers must keep these sites clean, or else the dumpsters and surrounding areas provide a breeding ground for unhealthy and unsafe risks, like:

  • Bacteria, such as salmonella, e coli, or listeria
  • Disease-spreading creatures, like rats, flies, and other insects
  • Unsightly spills from grease and other waste

The thing is, as a property manager, you are responsible for the appearance and upkeep of your property. A grimy dumpster pad site isn’t just unsightly, it’s unsafe and unhealthy, and just bad for business. Protect your tenants, clients, customers, etc. by keeping it clean.

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it.

Grease, dirt, and other debris can quickly build up around trash dumpster pad sites. Luckily, KEVCO can handle the dirty work. We’re the only ones in the DC metro area that use The PowerBoss Water Recycling System, an effective and efficient solution for removing stains and debris from surfaces. The PowerBoss system is a green cleaning solution that uses a combination of hot and cold water that is recycled, reclaimed, and reused.

Clean ‘em up with KEVCO

The professionals at KEVCO are ready to blast the dirt and grime from your trash dumpster sites. Call us today at 800.315.3444, or fill out this commercial special offer to get started.

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