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If you’re a facilities manager, you're responsible for reducing more waste out of waste management. Benefits from creating less waste for the organizations:
Costs of waste. Companies and institutions can see a big cost in dealing with waste. Some organizations do a great job on recycling materials, reducing unnecessary electricity consumption, and increasing recycling.
Gives a good brand image to the public. A focus on reputation and brand image is a sign that the company is looking well beyond the horizon.
Improves employee’s well-being, enhances productivity . A clean workplace can improve productivity of an organization.
Constringe your environmental footprint. Waste prevention and recycling buffer greenhouse gas emissions and save resources.
3 tips to make the waste project manageable:
Measure everything. EPA helps organizations sort out all the possible wastes of source, like packaging,paper, electricity, and shows organization visually on every measure.
In addition, using this link below can help you to track and manage data for a single building or a portfolio of buildings.
Set a goal. Find every opportunity to reduce your waste across the organization. For example:
Establish a green purchasing policy
Purchase eco-friendly toilet paper
Purchase clear furniture cover bags for facility storage.
Purchase airport cargo cover alike plastic paperfor warehouse businesses.
Eliminate bottled water
Start a recycling program
Replace individual trash cans with a central disposal facility
Get others involved. If you are a big company, you can build a new team right now dedicated to waste reduction and recycling. Or, it doesn’t mean a small organization can not do the job well. You can assign new responsibilities to an existing group. You can also make a new environmental policy to restrict severe wastes.