Waste Audits
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.
 
A Waste audit will help with a more efficient and effective organization, reduced waste management costs, and better use of limited resources.
 
The audit's objectives will largely determine the waste types and physical locations to be audited. Some examples of audit objectives could be:
  • Determine composition and quantities of waste being generated.
  • Measure effectiveness of existing waste management systems.
  • Identify opportunities for improving waste management systems and strategies.
  • Collect baseline data for measuring the effectiveness of waste minimization strategies.
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