Is your industrial plant producing waste? The law requires a waste management plan for any plant producing more than 100t of non-hazardous waste or more than 200kg of hazardous waste per year. Do you follow a waste management plan?
Your actions could cause pollution and environmental damage. Why risk breaking the law?
Act in a professional, planned and preventive manner. We will draft a waste management plan for you.
The costs of establishing a waste management system are small compared to the potential financial consequences of environmental damage.
We draft waste management plans for industrial plants, covering the process of waste production, handling, storage, transport, treatment and disposal.
We update existing waste management plans and provide staff training. We help clients identify environmental protection issues and provide project recognition and technical project documentation development services.
We provide professional assistance for eliminating and resolving past, current or potential problems regarding environmental damage. Let us draft your waste management plan.
Cost-Effective Development of a Waste Management Plan
We will draft an efficient waste management plan for your plant. We are well versed in the environmental regulations of the Republic of Serbia, as well as European Union directives and recommendations in this field.
Our services cover:
- Affordable drafting and updating of the plan, organization and implementation of staff training
- Full responsibility for the service
- Professionally selected methodology in accordance with the current state of the plan
- Actions in accordance with the National Environmental Protection Policy of the Republic of Serbia, and compliance with legislation,
- Compliance with sustainable waste management requirements
- Experience in managing complex environmental protection projects, drafting waste management plans, organizing and implementing staff training for drafting integrated permit requests.
We will provide you with the best possible waste management plan using our extensive knowledge and experience gained through communication between operators and national or local government bodies and other stakeholders.
How We Draft Waste Management Plans
We draft waste management plans, update existing waste management plans and provide staff training. We are well versed in regulations and recommendations and their implementation.
The drafting of a waste management plan is preceded by a study of existing technical documents and testing of properties of the waste. We draft environmentally sustainable projects minimizing the risk to human lives and health, water, air or soil pollution, plant and animal life, the risk of accidents, explosions or fire, the negative impact on the landscape and natural heritage, noise or odours.
We plan for the efficient use of material resources and minimization of waste produced. When waste cannot be avoided, we treat it in a way that actively contributes to sustainable development.
Our plan, procedures and instructions can simply be used to upgrade your own quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety systems.
How to Draft a Waste Management Plan
Drafting the waste management plan requires a waste testing report. To use our services, you need a waste testing report.
If you do not possess such a report, let us acquire it for you.
- Waste Testing Report
The Law on Waste Management requires all waste producers to possess a waste testing report establishing the characteristics of the waste and the potential presence of hazardous substances. Do you possess such a report?
If you do not, we can organize it for you. Contact us and we will cooperate with authorized and certified laboratories and perform the necessary analysis.
- Development of a Waste Management Plan
Contact us for drafting the waste management plan with a waste testing report.
We will provide a rapid response. We will expect you to provide the documentation necessary for drafting the plan.
The person responsible for developing waste management plans is Nevena Čolić Mohora.
Planned Waste Management
Responsible waste management at the regional, local or individual waste producer level is an important factor of the environmental protection system. Planned waste management covers the controlled production, collection, storage, transport, treatment, recycling, use and disposal of waste.
During recent times our country has not been a good example of successful waste management. This has led to environmental pollution and economic losses. The situation is currently changing due to legislative measures, including the Law on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control and the Law on Waste Management.
Examples of successful waste management planning motivate us to rapidly increase the level of legislative compliance of our business.