The range of waste produced in the retail chain, distribution centers, and central warehouses is large. Depending on the product range involved, this may include:
- Industry-specific waste such as food, coat hangers, or used oil
- Packaging waste such as cardboard, foil, pallets, or foam
- General waste such as office materials, toner cartridges, and much more.
When it comes to electronic waste processes, companies need seamless certification that hazardous waste has been disposed of in accordance with regulations.
In addition, all of these types of waste must be collected separately and delivered for recycling or disposal according to the new Commercial Waste Ordinance, with documented certification of their location at all times. Different invoicing terms for packaging and for hazardous and non-hazardous commercial waste must also be taken into consideration.
For retail companies, decentralized waste streams have to be centrally recorded and evaluated. Material streams also have to be mapped both quantitatively and qualitatively.
In central warehouses, on the other hand, recorded waste must be invoiced and managed for specific cost centers. The crux of the issue is that different points of origin demand different types of invoicing, with different system operators.
Using our waste management solutions, which have been developed and tested over many years, allows you to manage data in a central location no matter waste was produced or how it is handled. This gives you all the information you need on completed, planned, and current ongoing disposal processes at all times. You can print out certifications for official agencies at any time and for any period at the push of a button.