Midwest Fiber Recycling: Proven Recycling Process
Over the past several blogs, the Midwest Fiber newsletter has presented a three-part series on our Proven Process. Today, we’ll walk you through each step to help you understand the strategy and philosophy behind what makes our business work and our customers successful in their recycling programs. In past blogs, we covered the first three steps of the Midwest Fiber Proven Process, analysis and alignment, and adoption. The final step is account and client management.
Part 3: Account and Client Management
Recycling programs are not set it and forget it. At Midwest Fiber, we have to keep up with industry changes. We also stay on top of any changes our customers go through. That’s why the account management part of our proven process is so critical. Our experts will work with our clients to set up regular meetings to review your program and discuss any adjustments that need to be made. We’ll do an overall annual review to make sure that everything is running smoothly. We’ll also audit your recycling loads annually to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your program.
Along with managing your program, we also manage the materials from your business. We’ll look at your pick-up schedule and your payments and reporting to make sure all details are on track. And we’ll also make sure we know if you have any new materials to add to your recycling program or if recent advancements make existing materials recyclable.
One of the reasons that Midwest Fiber customers are so successful is that our team of experts walks with you every step of the way. Our goal is to be proactive so that your business always gets the most out of your recycling program.
Are you looking to re-evaluate your recycling program? Contact the experts at Midwest Fiber and get started with our Proven Process today.
Recycling Advantages for Businesses
We know that recycling is good for the planet – but there are a lot of benefits to businesses beyond positive environmental impact. More and more, the government is incentivizing green initiatives. Maybe there is a tax credit available for your business if you recycle – or maybe there will be in the future. You can get a jump on things by creating a recycling program now to take advantage of current benefits and beat the rush if future initiatives become available.