• Joseph Pacocha

On-site ice melt material storage for maximum application efficiency!

Updated: Oct 23, 2021


When we are planning to provide snow and ice management services at a large commercial property (in particular), we look at any/all options to store our bulk or bagged ice melt materials directly on-site.


Pacocha - Bulk Treated Salt Being Dumped at a Property

We find that by stocking our needed salt/ice melt materials directly on-site, we can provide a better service for our client. A service that is much more responsive and efficient, especially during large winter storm events.

Pacocha - Loader at entry of steel salt storage container

Here are a few ways that bulk or bagged salt can be stored temporarily on-site.

  • Temporary steel storage container (also known as a shipping container or Conex box). Sizes vary from 10′ to 53′ in length, 8′-10′ in width and up to 9.5′ tall.  Containers can be rented or purchased.

  • Unused existing garages or sheds.

  • Temporary bulk material bin made from concrete blocks.

Pacocha - Stacked concrete block salt bin

Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any winter service related questions you may have.  Thank you for reading our blog and have a great day!



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