Waste Management

Waste management is the proper handling and disposal of solid, liquid, and gaseous waste products and substances in a way that minimizes their impact on the environment and human health. The process includes everything – initial generation of waste materials, collection, storage, transportation, processing, and final disposal. There are several different methods for managing waste, including recycling, composting, and incineration; the most appropriate method depends on the type and quantity of waste being produced.

Proper waste management is important because it helps to reduce the environmental impact of waste materials, conserves natural resources, and protects public health.

Our Services

At ERAF we provides advice and assistance to businesses, organizations, and governments on issues related to the collection, handling, and disposal of waste materials. 

Our services include but are not limited to – 

  1. Auditing and assessment:  assessing the current waste management practices, identify areas for improvement, and recommend changes.

  2. Regulatory compliance:  helping our clients understand and comply with local, state, and central waste management regulations. 

  3. Waste minimization:  identifying opportunities to reduce the amount of waste being generated and implement strategies to achieve this goal.

  4. Recycling and composting: helping the identification and selection of suitable technology and its provider, set up and management for recycling and composting programs to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills.

  5. Disposal options: identifying the most appropriate and cost-effective options for disposing of waste materials.

  6. Education and training: providing education and training to students, communities, organizations and government officials on regulations and best practices for waste management.