How Is The Company’s Recycling Goal Defined?
Every active company generates waste. From the individual entrepreneur who works from his home office to the big high complexity industry, they all create some trash to a greater or lesser degree.
Before being a market decision, the option for recycling is a social position of each manager, since its activity generates, in one way or another, some environmental impact.
The goal of recycling in larger companies is usually defined by sector since there are items with necessary treatment and others that present significant added value.
In the case of smaller projects, the goal of recycling is made more arbitrarily, according to the managers’ ability to find practical solutions to the waste produced.
An interesting way to define the company’s recycling goal is through benchmarks, so it is possible to use results and numbers already obtained by other companies as standards.
From there, go up the goal more and more, targeting total efficiency. To get a benchmark, look up the recycling numbers of companies that work in the same industry as yours.…
How To Buy Or Receive Wood Leftovers From Construction?
To solve the problem of the disposal of the remains of wood, as well as of any other material coming from the construction or of industries in general, our firm has launched the platform Waste Market.
The online system works in the auction format, in which the generating company registers its material and starts receiving bids from registered tractors.
The most attractive bid, considering issues such as price, location of the handler, freight, etc. will be selected so that the destination is made economically and safely.
All registered providers are verified and have valid treatment licenses. In this way, the system automates both the check of the handler and the collection of prices.
In many cases, companies not only reduce their disposal costs but also generate additional revenues, improving the financial result of the work as a whole.
How Are Modern Systems Revolutionizing Construction?
Modern software is completely changing the way waste is treated in companies and projects in general.
Today there are systems such as Residues, which map 100% of the waste generated in the process, classifying, quantifying and making the necessary documentation for legal and management purposes.
Managers can monitor and generate various reports that demonstrate how much was made, allocated, and stored at each point of the plant, giving it a broader view of the process.
What’s more, scale gains with volume allocation and real-time quote help much in saving resources and generating additional revenue.
The disposal of leftover wood from construction, as well as other waste generated on site, is not a simple challenge for companies.
This is because environmental and financial demands must be reconciled, without which projects are not viable.
Therefore, the use of modern tools has become indispensable for proper service delivery by the environment managers.…