Understanding the type and quantity of waste to be handled is essential when deciding on collection and treatment options. Waste composition and quantity is influenced by factors including frequency of collection, type of containers used, population demographics, type of housing served, and participation rates.
Achievement of recycling targets depends on a sound understanding of waste arisings, which can be confirmed by data collected by ORA's experienced team of waste auditors.
Establishing a sound database to inform waste management decisions and the development of innovative and integrated waste management strategies incorporating:
Provision of sound data for assessment of waste reduction and processing options to achieve the best environmental and economic solution.
Assessment of the efficiency of existing recycling schemes, evaluating:
Development of qualitative and quantitative waste stream projections which provide the basis for:
Establishment of quantitative data to monitor progress in relation to achievement of recycling and composting targets.