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This is an important on-going detail of any vendor/customer relationship. Customers must require vendors to provide adequate services for all types of materials receiving and disposal. This includes oil and solvents as well as solid waste and recycling services.
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Once the paper-recycling program is in place, the disposal schedules become indicative of amount of paper being disposed. At this point, the company can set reduction goals for the future.
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There are several other practices that can help reduce the amount of of ce paper waste:
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cant amount of paper found in the hazardous containers. Any paper placed in these receptacles can not be recycled. Purchase recycled paper Due to the uctuation of the market for recycled goods, it is important that companies strive to purchase goods manufactured from recycled products. Purchasing recycled products enables recyclers to pay higher prices for your reusable materials. This paper can be used in copiers, printers, and fax machines. Recycled content paper now performs as well as fresh paper products and should pose no problem in equipment. Make two-sided photocopies This can not only save paper, it can cut mailing costs and reduce the need for ling cabinets. If your department s copier doesn t have double-sided capability, suggest that it is upgraded. Limit the use of post it notes They are usually colored and hard to recycle. Use the unprinted side of paper Reuse computer paper that has print on one side. Either load this back into the printer or use it for handwritten notes. Circulate documents Rather than making multiple copies of a memo or document, circulate them to reduce paper.
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STEP 8: DOCUMENTATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEPLOYMENT PLAN
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7 Utilize electronic mail If available, this option can greatly reduce waste paper vol-
ume by sending messages and les via computer to be viewed on a screen rather than on paper.
8.10.15 CORPORATE WASTE MINIMIZATION STRATEGY
Following is a list of helpful suggestions to assist in the institution of a corporate waste minimization/pollution prevention strategy:
Educate employees about the overall bene t of a corporate waste minimization
strategy. Bene ts include Reducing waste disposal costs Improving corporate Image Stimulating the growing market for recyclables Increasing employee awareness that may carry over personal practices Develop written corporate source reduction policies. Monitor and understand solid waste generation rates. Involve all levels of employees in the waste reduction program. Post container locations for segregated recycling bins throughout the plant. Emphasize the concession areas. Contaminated recyclable are sometimes treated as trash and land lled. Therefore, stress the importance of not contaminating a segregated product with food or other waste. These policies should be regularly reinforced. Buy recycled products whenever possible and inform employees of this practice. Keep records of your waste minimization measures and publicize successes. Reward employees by recognizing their efforts and success. Rewards may or may not be nancial. A thank you is always appreciated.
The following example illustrates the global impact of a simple waste minimization program: Every ton of recycled paper produced protects 17 trees, saves approximately 7200 gallons of water, conserves 4200 kWh of energy, preserves 410 gallons of fuel, and frees upto 3 yd3 of land ll space.
8.11 Step 8: Documentation and Development of the Deployment Plan
The goal of this phase of the waste minimization process is to translate the list of accepted alternatives into an achievable implementation plan and to document the selected alternatives. The remainder of this section provides an overview of the deployment plan, a discussion regarding obtaining funds, and details regarding
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each of the 12 sections of the deployment plan. Finally, a template for the deployment plan is provided.
8.11.1 OVERVIEW OF THE DEPLOYMENT PLAN
A deployment plan is a comprehensive document that details the what, when, where, and how of each alternative. It serves as an implementation guide to aid the organization in achieving its waste minimization goals. The deployment plan describes the set of tasks necessary to implement a program such that it can be effectively transitioned within the organization. The deployment plan provides a detailed schedule of events, persons responsible, and event dependencies required to ensure successful cutover to the new system. Deployment can impose a great deal of change and stress on the employees. Therefore, ensuring a smooth transition is a key factor in the implantation process. The deployment plan should minimize the impact of the cutover on the organization s staff, production system, and overall business routine. The waste minimization team leader usually is responsible for creating the deployment plan and it is implemented by the entire organization, so communication and feedback is critical in the development process. The waste minimization deployment plan consists of 10 sections:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cover page with of cial approvals Overview Assumptions, dependencies, constraints Operational readiness Timeline for implementation Training and documentation Noti cation of deployment Operations and maintenance plan Contingency plan Appendices
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