Waste management is a thriving business in the US, with 15,000 companies accounting for more than $80 billion in annual revenue. This industry has bright prospects to grow in coming years. New technologies have made the industry structure more widespread with new opportunities and now recycling is playing an important role.
Non-hazardous waste management is a mature market that has a strong hold in the overall waste management industry, with collection accounting for more than 55 percent of the business, while treatment and disposal accounts for 20 percent and contamination remedies around 15 percent. Turbo Haul offers an opportunity to participate in the anticipated industry growth through franchising.
Kevin Daly, owner of TurboHaul.com, recently spoke about their franchise opportunities. According to him, â€through our years of success in bulk trash pick-up and disposal, roll-off containers and demolition services, we have found a proven and successful method to run a profitable waste management business that can offer service better and quicker than the competitors. We made a conscious decision to take on partners by sharing our secrets that can be duplicated through franchising and the growth of TurboHaul can continue on a wide scale approach.â€