The Waste Management series identifies strategic measures for creating or enhancing a comprehensive waste management plan to include understanding waste streams, measuring current/baseline waste generation and more.
- The Waste Management series identifies strategic measures for creating or enhancing a comprehensive waste management plan to include understanding waste streams, measuring current/baseline waste generation, completing a facility-wide waste assessment, identifying resources, ensuring compliance with regulations, adopting an integrated waste management program, tracking and monitoring the program, and training/educating employees. At the conclusion of this series and successful completion of the post-module tests, the student will be able to:
Describe the evolution of waste management and recycling.
Describe the responsibilities involved with transporting and methods for tracking waste materials.
Discuss commercial recycling facilities, including commonly recycled materials and environmentally unfriendly recyclable materials.
Explain the process for planning and managing facility waste.
Describe the collection, handling, and disposal of solid waste.
Waste Concepts are a Part of History
Tracking and Transporting Waste
Solid Waste Principles
What Can Be Recycled
A Plan To Begin Managing Your Waste
Contractual Guidelines are a Must