Recycle & Scrap Hauler. . .

Updated: May 24, 2020

Most consumers are interested in participating in a #recycleprogram, especially the proper disposal of: batteries, electronics and hazardous material.

As a Recycle and #ScrapHauler you can team up with local businesses to establish strategic drop off locations in the community or pickup by the pound for a fee. Boost consumer participation with a #rewardsprogram with local businesses that support recycling. Consumers earn reward dollars, coupons or other incentives and businesses generate more traffic through their doors. It's a win-win for everyone!

The real perk to this #smallbusiness is not only being a good steward of the Earth, but also getting paid twice on the recycled material. Most scrap yards and recycle plants pay you by the pound for your sorted materials. Ebay pays even more...about $4 lb.

So, what's it take to get started? A few dropoff receptacles in the parking lot of participating local businesses, police station or fire station. Consider the size of the receptacles as they maybe fairly easy to move around when they're empty but you'll probably need a little more than brute strength to lift them when they're full. So, add a dolly to your list and a ramp for your truck. If you don't have a truck then the first order of business is to make a shopping list to get an idea how much your statup costs will be. Then for just a one page application and 3 bank statements our Funding Advocates here at Brick-N-Mortar Funding will prep and polish your credit file to get you approved and lender-ready.

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