WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN
A Waste Management Plan is designed to guide your corporate practice and waste policy for efficiency, compliance and achieving optimum waste performance targets. A formal waste management plan will cover all your organization’s waste streams. A formal and detailed document, the Waste Management Plan is a key element of the Environmental Management Plan or Environmental Management System (EMS) and will form a key part of your risk management strategy.
Waste Management Plans are practical, living documents designed to guide organizational practices and maintain compliance with required waste legislation, while guiding performance to established waste targets.
From construction to manufacturing industries, any business can accumulate a lot of waste. That’s why it’s important to create a waste management plan. The plan can help your company run more efficiently, avoid penalties, save money, remain ethical, and get your team working together for a common goal.
Who should we sell it to?
- Industrial and manufacturing plants
Who should we discuss it with?
Construction Managers, Project directors, Health and Safety managers, Operations Manager, Environmental managers, or engineers.
Why clients want to do it?
- Legal requirement and compliant
- To protect the environment and avoid and complaints, legal actions, etc.
Why hire a consultant?
- Mandatory by some clients to use a third party
- Some clients do not have internal resources to develop
- Specialized knowledge of the environmental consultant