Push-to-talk two-way radios have advantages for just about every sector of business and industry, so why should recycling companies be any different? Of course, they aren’t. In fact, one might argue that top-notch push-to-talk two-way radios are essential to recycling companies because clear, long-distance, instant communication is key to the optimal functioning of the business. Below we overview some of the ways push-to-talk two-way radios can benefit recycling companies.
Instant, Easy Communication
Like any business, communication is key at recycling facilities, and having to rely on phones (landlines OR cell phones) doesn’t always cut it. There could be poor reception, an employee may not hear the ringtone, or it may be a pain to take off your gloves and dig through your pockets every time you need to pick up a call.
However, push-to-talk radios simplify communication and make it more efficient. These radios allow for instant communication between employees at the push of a button, regardless of where they might be. Plus they can clip onto pants, and belts, or you can keep it in a front jacket pocket so you never miss when somebody is reaching out to you.
Recycling facilities can be busy, loud, and large, which inevitably makes communication difficult. Not only will push-to-talk radios keep a clear signal so everyone can hear one another, even if one person is on the other side of the facility or down the street, but our push-to-talk two-way radios have noise cancellation that cuts out any background noise to make sure that the call is clear and the message is received loud and clear.
If you’re a manager, supervisor, or owner of a recycling company or other waste management company, you understand the importance of having oversight over your operation. Outfitting your employees, and yourself, with radios is a great way to improve oversight. You can be in contact with employees instantaneously and know where they’re at, what they’re doing, and hear any questions they might have for you.
Push to talk radios have a low-start up cost, especially when considering the cost of other communication solutions. This means that you don’t have to dole out money for mobile phones, or be tied to a long contract. And you’ll be able to reach your employees, regardless of their location, when you need them. So not only will this save your business money in the long run, but it will keep your operation running smoothly. Plus, our radios are very durable with high IP ratings, so you won’t have to worry much about them breaking easily, like other devices.