Tips for Formulating a Waste Management Plan

Figure out how much waste your company creates.

Believe it or not, there are a lot of companies that don’t know how much waste they create on a weekly or monthly basis. As a result, they have no way of knowing if they’re creating too much waste or getting rid of their waste in the most efficient way possible. Prior to creating a waste management plan, it’s important to crunch the numbers and figure out how much waste your company creates so that you know what kind of waste management equipment you could benefit from using.

Find out what kinds of waste are being created.

All waste is not created equal. Your company should be disposing of regular waste differently than it disposes of items that can be recycled. Your company should also be finding ways to break down certain items, like cardboard boxes, so that they don’t take up more space than they have to inside of waste receptacles. While you’re calculating how much waste your company creates, you should also take a look at the types of waste that are created so that you can manage them more effectively.

Set goals for your company and stick to them.

Is your company’s goal to create less waste? It’s a great goal to have, and it will encourage your employees to take a more active role in your waste management practices and procedures. Of course, you will have to clearly define how your company will try to create less waste so that they know how they can help, but as you’re formulating a waste management plan, make sure you create some goals. It will make it easier for your plan to fall into place. Once you have come up with a waste management plan, Action Compaction Equipment can help you to adhere to it. We can provide you with the industrial waste and recycling equipment you will need to follow through with your plan. Call us at 801-565-1033 today to discover why so many companies have come to us for assistance with their waste management needs.]]>