Implementing Environmental Management Plan in Construction Works
How to Write a Waste Management Plan
Waste management plans are guides for reducing, handling, and disposing of waste during construction, renovation, or land-clearing projects. Detailing all types of waste and their origins, the steps taken to lower the level of waste, and plans for removing and eliminating waste, these plans are often given to contractors or subcontractors and provide guidelines for keeping waste at a minimum. Because they are often required for larger projects, it is important to know how to write a waste management plan to account for all aspects of waste reduction and removal.
Describe and calculate all types and quantities of waste involved in your project.
- Obvious types of waste include building scraps, waste water, natural materials, and human waste. Remember to account for secondary forms of waste including trash produced by building crews and excavated materials.
Divide your waste into refuse, recyclables and reusable waste.
Describe how you will remove refuse waste including details about cost, removal crews, the types of vehicles used, and the location and type of the eventual refuse destination.
Account for the nature and removal of recyclables and indicate all types of recyclables as well as cost and who will be removing the recyclables and their ultimate destination.
Describe the nature and utility of reusable waste including all information as well as any extra steps needed to clean or refurbish reusable waste.
Provide instructions for the handling of all types of waste including detailed instructions for equipment needed when managing waste, as well as any safety procedures for waste crews.
Draw up goals for waste reduction and indicate how refuse waste can be minimized with specific quantity goals for waste reduction.
Divide instructions for managing waste for each contractor, subcontractor, or crew involved in the project.
Create a list of all waste removal sites, including dumpsters, junkyards, recycling centers, and the destinations of reusable waste.
List and add all information and costs including details about how your project complies with all laws governing the management and removal of waste.
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- The format of your waste management plan will vary according to the type and nature of your project. A commercial waste management plan will vary from a residential plan, as will larger plans from smaller ones. Consult plans that have been crafted for projects similar to your own.
- Do not underestimate the amount of waste your project will produce. In most cases, there is more waste than you expect. Make sure you have practices in place to account for any extra waste, and ensure that your waste destinations can accommodate any overflow.
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