Buying a trash compactor for your business is an important investment. Most companies will research compactors for sale before they sign on the dotted line.
Realizing an acceptable return on your investment (ROI) depends on selecting the best trash compactor for your facility’s specific needs. With the right compactor for the job, your company can see an ROI in one to two years.
There are two primary factors that affect trash compactor cost savings. They include:
- The process of collecting compacted waste and placing it into the compactor.
- The cost associated with hauling waste to landfill, waste-to-energy (WtE), or recycling locations.