Our core competencies in sustainable waste management and
environmental design to deliver comprehensive, customized solutions
for each client. Whether your company is a sustainability pioneer
looking to extend and leverage its leadership or a newcomer just
thinking about how to integrate sustainability, our disciplined,
proven approach enables us to design a solution specifically
tailored to your needs.
While no two engagements are the same, we offer a wide range of
well-defined services to help businesses improve, and profit from,
Collection of pre and post consumer food waste from restaurants,
commercial properties and institutions to be recycled as compost.
Consulting services for recycling of
commercial-sector wastes. In the recycling field, operations are
focused on innovative services dealing with all aspects of
recyclable materials such as paper, cardboard, aluminum, plastic,
metal, wood and timber, and biowastes.
Waste Audits & Procurement:
know what and how much you throw away? We do. When we conduct a
waste audit, we will identify exactly how much and what kind of
garbage and recycling moves through your waste stream. Our complete
waste stream audit report will identify ways that you can divert
waste from landfills/incinerators and improve recycling practices.
For those in the process of becoming LEED certified, the waste
stream audit fulfills MR Credit 6 of LEED ED: O & M (1 point). No
matter the reason, conducting a waste audit is the first step to
ensure that you are an environmentally responsible corporate citizen
when it comes to solid waste.
What is a waste audit and why do one?
A waste audit is
a formal, structured process used to quantify the amount and types
of waste being generated by an organization. Information from audits
will help identify current waste practices and how they can be
improved. Being waste-wise can mean:
The waste audit
approach to waste-resource assessment is an important first step
towards a comprehensive waste reduction program for your
organization. It will help you and your organization assess your
current generation of solid waste and to plan the changes necessary
to comply with internal and external regulations. A waste assessment
can be an extremely valuable experience to a forward-thinking
organization. By following this visual estimate approach your
organization will be in an excellent position to implement a sound
Waste Reduction Action Plan and help turn waste into resources.
What are the objectives of the audit?
objectives will largely determine the waste types and physical
locations to be audited. Some examples of audit objectives could be:
composition and quantities of waste being generated
effectiveness of existing waste management systems
opportunities for improving waste management systems and
collect baseline data for measuring the effectiveness of waste