The management of waste in general should involve some sort of system or process that comprehensively accounts for all wastes generated by an organization. Manufacturing operations typically produce different types of waste, in different proportions. Fundamental management should address waste minimization, generation, storage, handling, transport, and disposal. However, good waste management goes beyond fundamentals with initiatives like waste prevention, recycling, reuse, treatment, and composting. Environmental staff should have an input on the operational changes of the facility to minimize wastes generated and to factor environmental concerns into management decisions.
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