Learn more about Waste Audit in England
Waste audits is a process used to calculate the type and amount of waste generated by your organization. Any size of Business can request a waste audit, which is conducted to minimize your company’s waste impact on the environment. It is also a great way for businesses to measure the effectiveness of their current waste management systems as it can provide valuable information that will benefit them in various ways. A waste audit can be carried out on any type of waste, including commercial and industrial (C&I) waste, and municipal waste.
Our waste audit services in England involve a review of your company’s current waste management methods and help us to identify what improvements are required to achieve maximum recycling levels and gain further value from the waste materials you generate.
Waste audits conducted for a specific purpose or for a business, in general, should always be performed by professional waste auditors who know what to look for and how to analyse the data correctly.
Conducted by professional waste auditors, our waste audit services will provide your business with a detailed list of all issues, identify potential opportunities, and give you a comprehensive analysis of your waste composition. With the help of professional waste auditors, information can be delivered rapidly to save you precious time and money. Our waste auditors can help you identify the waste you generate in order to:
- Discover what waste you generate
- Establish benchmark or baseline data
- Review purchasing and management decisions
- Identify opportunities to reduce waste
- Identify opportunities for waste diversion
- Assess the effectiveness of your current waste management process and determine ways to improve it.
Carrying out a waste audit regularly will allow you to easily monitor the improvements. Our waste auditors can help you with this and provide valuable advice on areas of improvements, such as segregation of waste, use of equipment (including bins, balers, and compactors, methods to prevent the production of waste in the first place, as well as the best ways to perform waste diversion.
Waste diversions and waste audits go hand in hand. Waste diversion is the process of redirecting materials to reprocessing facilities, such as composting and recycling facilities, instead of landfills. While completing a waste audit, waste products are separated into various groups, usually into two groups: recyclables and compost. When waste is split into groups, a company can easily identify the best option to perform waste diversion and track improvements of their waste diversion rates over time.