The major environment wastes generated by the automotive manufacturing industry include
machine lubricants and coolants; aqueous and solvent cleaning systems; paint; and scrap
metals and plastics.
Hazardous cleaning chemicals are very common and are likely to require special waste
management arrangements. Office and warehousing wastes, such as paper, printer cartridges,
pallets and packaging materials can also be avoided, reused or recycled. Improving waste
management can benefit your business and the environment by reducing the cost of
purchasing metals and other raw materials through process improvements, minimising waste
treatment and disposal costs, reducing environmental impacts associated with waste
disposal and consumption of limited resources, improving the reputation of your business
and employee, satisfaction through promoting an environmentally, responsible image and
providing a safer and more, comfortable workplace.
Our Trainings on waste management is aimed for managers or supervisors who have responsibility for ensuring that the waste produced on site should be managed in accordance with legal requirements, focusing on the duty of care of waste. This could range from ensuring that the duty of care is complied with to minimising waste production and segregating waste prior to recovery/recycling.
- Waste Management Fundamentals
- Hazardous Waste Legislation
- Management of Chemical Wastes
- Day to Day Waste Compliance
- Biological Hazards and Preventions
- Wear & Tear – Wastes in Production and Maintenance
- Mixed Fuels Collection and Recovery
- Waste Collection and Recovery
- Waste Management and Recycling