SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Solid waste management is a key concern faced by many businesses due to the large quantities produced, environmental constraints, public health concerns, diverse natures of wastes and landfill shortages.
Solid Waste Management to sustain the earth!
Having a comprehensive solid waste management system in place not only helps you contribute towards environmental-sustainability, but also helps you make the most of the available resources.
HPG Consulting is committed to providing comprehensive solid waste-management solutions to diverse range of hospitality brands in India and abroad, while helping them keeping the cost low.
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
How We Deliver
The professionals at HPG Consulting, with years of experience and an in-depth understanding of the latest developments in the industry, are ideally placed to provide waste management consulting services covering every possible concern faced by businesses. From planning to implementation, HPG Consulting can help businesses with all aspects of waste management, and formulate a waste management plan to reduce, recycle, and dispose waste, safely and effectively.
The solid waste management consultants at HPG Consulting take an integrated approach to waste management and recycling. We do an in depth analysis of waste generation along with waste composition from various project components & develop waste flow strategies accordingly. Equipped with a deep knowledge of waste collection practices, transportation systems, materials recovery facilities, composting facilities, waste-to-energy plants, and landfills, we make sure the waste management plan we create is perfectly aligned with the present and future requirements of our clients and comply with all government regulations. Our expertise also lies in beneficial reuse and redevelopment of waste management plants and landfills.
OUR ROLE IN THE PROJECT
- Kitchen Management Consultant
- Laundry Management Consultant
- Waste Management Consultant
- Back of the House (BOH) Design Consultant
Frequently Asked Questions
The collection, treatment, and disposal of solid waste that has served its function or is no longer useful is referred to as solid waste disposal management. Unsanitary conditions can come from improper municipal solid waste disposal, which can lead to contamination and outbreaks of vector-borne diseases (diseases spread by rodents and insects). The technical hurdles of solid waste management are considerable. They also bring a plethora of administrative, economic, and social difficulties with them that need to be addressed.
Is it possible that, in their efforts to limit waste, hotels are leaving their customers without a garbage can? They’ve recently vanished from hotel rooms. There appear to be less and fewer garbage cans in rooms, as well as a shortage of trash receptacles and rubbish stacking up throughout hotel stays due to a lack of storage space. When it comes to hotel waste management, there are no national standards. A hotel can produce up to three tonnes of rubbish each day, however 60% of that waste is recyclable. The inference is inevitable. Either install recycling bins, which will lengthen the time it takes to service a room, or convince hotels and visitors to produce less rubbish.
There are numerous ways to improve waste management in the hotel industry, and businesses are taking initiatives to eliminate some of the most significant contributors, such as plastics and food. As with any successful waste management plan, the ideal answer is waste prevention, with waste reuse and recycling coming in second. There are numerous examples of hotel trash management that have been adopted.
Unscientific treatment, inappropriate garbage collection, and ethical issues are the key issues influencing solid waste management. It also involves financial constraints, insufficient infrastructure, poor policy execution, and unfavourable waste disposal behavior. Other issues include trash segregation at the point of generation and open dumping. Many items and packaging from big manufacturers contain toxic and health-threatening substances.
This is how it goes. Staff members are educated in the collecting and recycling procedure, beginning at the hotel. Used bars and bottles are collected by housekeeping and placed in separate bins. After that, the bins are taken to one of the recycling centers. Before entering the initial step of the recycling process, the toiletries are separated by product. Surface cleaning is done on bar soap before it goes through a sterilization process that kills all microorganisms. The sterilized bars are then crushed up and remolded into fresh bars on a manufacturing line. The bars are supplied to homeless shelters and groups around the world after being packed and placed onto pallets.