WasteStrategies helps companies move toward zero waste by addressing the many waste streams a business generates and determining how those waste streams can be minimized or offset by other processes and practices.
Arnold, MD (PRWEB) September 2, 2010
WasteStrategies announces the launch of its turnkey environmental waste management services to help institutional and industrial customers manage multiple waste streams in order to reduce costs, increase recycling, and move toward an end goal of zero waste.
Founded by 20-year industry veteran, John Nicklin, WasteStrategies handles all aspects of a client’s waste reduction and recycling program -- from upfront analysis and goal-setting to capital assets, compliance, and reporting. Nicklin, whose innovative service model changed the landscape of the waste management industry, is a recognized expert in the fields of collection, disposal, and re-use of hazardous and non-hazardous medical and non-medical waste streams.
While many companies and institutions are forced to rely on multiple service providers, brokers, and consultants to handle their waste reduction and recycling needs, WasteStrategies uniquely serves as a “one-stop-shop” to improve efficiencies, manage equipment and disposal, and promote regulatory compliance.
Beyond general waste reduction, the company promotes the philosophy of “zero waste,” which encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused and trash sent to landfills is minimized. WasteStrategies helps companies move toward zero waste by addressing the many waste streams a business generates and determining how those waste streams can be minimized or offset by other processes and practices.
“Institutions and industrial customers have been starving for a solution like this,” says Nicklin. He continued, “We’ve taken a model that has proven to work well in healthcare settings where compliance is critical, and brought it to a commercial environment where we can apply similar standards of best practices to reduce waste management costs, increase the amount of waste that is recycled, and ultimately move an organization toward zero waste – all without adding burden to a company’s internal resources.”
To learn more about WasteStrategies, visit their newly launched website and blog at http://www.wastestrategies.com. The website offers information about the company’s waste reduction solutions, which include free waste stream audit, waste management plan, and a turnkey service model. The company’s blog offers news, advice, and information related to waste reduction and zero waste.