From initial point of generation to temporary accumulation, on-site storage, and final shipment or waste discharge, waste management is a complex component of responsible management.

Waste is described as any substance which is discarded after primary use, or is worthless, defective and of no use. Waste can be grouped as hazardous and non-hazardous, which each require their own waste disposal regime. Hazardous waste must be segregated and stored separately to non-hazardous waste and has strict regulations on its storage, transfer, and disposal.

Main Features

  • Establish specific waste profiles, showing quantity, nature and origin
  • Provide a register of accredited vendors per waste class to ensure waste is disposed of correctly with adequate recordkeeping as required by legislation
  • Manage waste storage and thresholds per site, per waste category, to ensure that all bylaws are adhered to and that the organization is managing the risks associated with waste disposal correctly
  • Manage the organisation’s recycling targets on a site by site basis, with immediate variance reports

Benefits

  • Provides immediate, accurate reporting of occupancy statistics for space usage
  • Simplifies assignment of employees to temporary or permanent available space using highlighted drawings
  • Enables paperless field surveys to make changes to the space allocations in real-time
  • Improves forecasting accuracy for future needs based on historical trends, current room availability and planned occupancy growth
  • Increases productivity with an all-in-one home page on web and mobile, with quick access to tasks to effectively manage an organisation’s total cost of occupancy

Bespoke Services

  • Advisory and Consulting
  • Managed Services
  • Software as a Service (Saas)
  • Change Management and Training
  • System Implementation
  • Data analytics