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Waste Audit


A waste audit is an analysis of your building’s waste stream. It can identify what types of recyclable materials and waste your office generates and how much of each type is recovered for recycling or discarded. Using the data collected during a waste audit, your organization can identify ways to reduce waste and enhance its recycling efforts and determine the potential for cost savings.

By designing a more efficient waste disposal program, your business can increase the amount of paper, plastic, and metals that it recycles, which reduces air and water pollution, helps curb global warming, and conserves natural resources.

An effective waste reduction program must be based on current and accurate information on the quantity and composition of the waste stream. Therefore, the first step is a “waste audit,” a systematic procedure to review operations and subsequently, waste generation. Performing this exercise will define the composition of your discards by examining how materials enter and exit your facility.

All operations produce waste and there is nothing shameful or wrong by recognizing it. However, today’s concern over waste generation and increasing costs of collection and disposal are good reasons to find out how to reduce waste, increase recycling, and try to cut costs. An audit alone will not reduce your business’ waste. Rather, it is the starting point that will enable your business to make informed decisions on how to allocate resources for source reduction and recycling programs.

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