Our sustainability consulting services is to enable companies and all other industrial or commercial facilities, where clients are supported to develop their business Sustainability Strategies goals and values as well as identifying key continual improvement frameworks
The zero waste business is one of our consulting services, where organizations are to be guided through a specific certification process, to achieve significant cost savings, increase participation, achieve compliance, and increase recycling, reusing of materials and composting.
What is the Zero Waste Business?
Raw materials should be obtained, whenever possible, from recycled materials and not from new extraction. Any new extraction should be only justifiable when it comes from a regenerating source. A Zero Waste business will be diverting 90% from landfill and incineration.
For a business to achieve such goal, the production processes should be redesigned to avoid waste generation inside and outside the plant, and the focus is to be changed from labour productivity to resources productivity, in other words the linear system of production needs to be changed into a circular system in which the recycling potential can be maximized.
We take an in-depth look at the waste being created within your organization, and help you develop systems to track, monitor and reduce the amount of waste being sent to the landfill. By implementing a waste metrics tracking system, working with suppliers to eliminate waste before it’s created, and increasing recycling, material reuse and composting, we will help set your organization on the path towards zero waste and cost savings.
Our Zero Waste Advisors are highly qualified experts, where our goal is to create a road-map for each one of our clients to become a zero waste certified facility or organization, and the zero waste services provided by our company include the following:
- Developing a specific goals and objectives based on the organization’s current performance, activities, and resource consumption as well as the diversion rate.
- Testing different factors that expected to affect the scope of recycling and waste sorting activities through a preliminary version of the plan.
- Implementing the zero waste management plan for the organization, to lay out a roadmap to achieve zero waste.
- Conducting zero waste audits to assess current levels of waste diversion within your operations.