1. Poor communication
An automated telephone system is something you want to avoid. An actual customer service representative will know your area and understand your specific needs.
2. Not asking enough questions
A good waste management company will ask you many questions relating to the type of project and types of material you are disposing.
3. Confusing pricing
Once the customer service representative obtains full knowledge of your individual needs, they should be able to provide you with a concrete price quote. If they do not give you this, you should be suspicious!
4. Dirty bins
The way that waste management companies take care of their bins, delivery trucks, and uniforms can say a lot about how they conduct business, which includes how they treat their customers property!