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Less brings more – waste avoidance
Companies that avoid waste can not only save money. Companies can score points with customers and their team members in particular. That’s because in places, you can actually save money by reducing waste. And even if you pay extra in one place, it can be worth it in another. Two-thirds of employees pay attention to how their company addresses the issue of environmental protection, according to a survey of 3,000 employees conducted by the HR agency Königsteiner Gruppe in 2020. Among 21- to 34-year-olds, the issue is even important to one in two, according to a 2014 study by the Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft.

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The cost of a waste management concept depends on the details the concept needs to include, the industry in which the plant is located, and the number of employees. It is easier to define the costs of a waste concept for a pure office operation or a small catering business than for a production facility with different input materials or a trading company with imports or exports.

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  • Details of the location
  • Reason for construction
  • Purpose of the plant
  • Process-related and waste-relevant description of the operation

Internal work processes

  • Creation of waste
  • Waste generation points
  • Use of collection containers according to waste characteristics
  • Waste separation and the correct handling of waste
  • Organizational precautions to comply with waste management regulations

Comparison of input and waste flows with economic performance

  • Planned conversions or changes in infrastructure
  • Impact of production output on type and quantity of waste

Compliance with the objectives and principles of waste management

  • General obligations for waste owners
  • Obligation to keep records
  • Transfer regulations for waste
  • Reporting obligations
  • Qualitative as well as quantitative measures for waste prevention

Further training of internal and external employees

  • Facilitation of waste separation through visual aids, multilingual content
  • Purchasing guidelines after consideration of ecological aspects
  • Estimation of future development
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