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  1. Environmental Health and Safety Manager RG - OFFICER Eng.Essam Hegab

  2. Waste Management Prepared by: Eng.Essam Hegab

  3. Overview: • Waste management • - What demands are made on us? What happens to our waste? What is to be done at our site? Our aim is: Less Waste

  4. Why should I worry about waste? • Waste can endanger or adversely affect people and the environment: • Hazardous properties • Growing amounts of waste • Improper recycling or disposal

  5. Which requirements must be met in waste management? Avoiding waste(reduced amounts of waste) AIMS

  6. Which requirements must be met in waste management? Avoiding waste(reduced amounts of waste) AIMS Increasing the proportion of recycling (as much recycling as possible)

  7. Which requirements must be met in waste management? Avoiding waste (reduced amounts of waste) Increasing the proportion of recycling (as much recycling as possible) AIMS Disposing waste in environmentally friendly manner(avoiding environmental damage)

  8. Which requirements must be met in waste management? Avoiding waste (reduced amounts of waste) Avoiding before Increasing the proportion of recycling (as much recycling as possible) Recycling AIMS before Disposing waste in environmentally friendly manner (avoiding environmental damage) Disposing

  9. What happens to our waste?

  10. How is waste defined? Waste for Recycling • paper • wood • plastics • glass • scrap metals WASTE (current definition) • sludges • asbestos • resins Waste for Disposal

  11. How is waste recycled or disposed? Waste for Recycling Material • New resources are made • Energetic • Energy is regained • Thermal • Waste incineration plants Waste for Disposal • Deposition • Landfill

  12. What is meant by waste management? Resources & Energy Recycling Wastecollection Production Use of product Waste disposal

  13. What is to be doneat our site? What is to be doneat our site? What is to be done at our site? What legal demands have to be satisfied? • Avoid waste disposal by: § Collect wasteseparately Label waste containers correctly Don‘t mix waste Situate containers correctly Transport waste safely Document the proper waste disposal

  14. How can we avoid waste? When producing and handling our products There are many ways to avoid waste! Some examples:

  15. How can we can avoid waste? • Reduce • Reuse • Recycle • Recovery Think like that

  16. How can we avoid waste? Longer life spans of the employed resources and of the manufactured products Life Span A Life Span B A is already waste! Bis still in use!

  17. How can we avoid waste? Longer life spans of the employed resources and of the manufactured products • Production waste can be reused directly in a production process Production Production Waste

  18. How can we avoid waste? Longer life spans of the employed resources and of the manufactured products • Production waste can be reused directly in a production process Reduce use of packaging materials (employ reusable packaging materials)

  19. How can we avoid waste? Longer life spans of the employed resources and of the manufactured products • Better primary substances (recyclable, less dangerous) Production waste can be reused directly in a production process Petroleum  Reduce use of packaging materials (employ reusablepackaging materials) Halogenated organic solvents

  20. Why do I have to separate waste? Implementation via waste separation concept • What categories of waste exist? • How to separate? • Where to collect? • What happens afterwards with the waste? • Who is able to help me with my questions? There are many reasons in favour of separating waste!

  21. Why do I have to separate waste? • A careful separation increases. • the chances of recycling. • the materials and makes. • the disposal easier. No difficulties occur when the waste is picked up.

  22. Why do I have to separate waste? • A careful separation increases the chances of recycling the materials and makes the disposal easier. No difficulties occur whenthe waste is picked up. The environment is not adversely affected.

  23. Why do I have to separate waste? • A careful separation increases the chances of recycling the materials and makes the disposal easier. No difficulties occur whenthe waste is picked up. The environment is not adversely affected. Money can be saved.

  24. Oilyrags Oily rags What do I have to consider when separating waste? • Container labels There are different containers for each waste category

  25. What do I have to consider when separating waste? • Container labels There are different containers for each waste category Locations of waste containers Find out where the containers are located!

  26. How does an exemplary wasteseparation look? • Correct waste separation and collection means: • Only the designated waste in the container provided • No other materials in this container

  27. How does an exemplary waste separation look? • Correct waste separation and collection means: Why mustn‘t I mix anything? • Only the designated waste in the container provided • Because • recycling would be impossible • dangerous reactions may occur • No other materials in this container

  28. Waste How is waste stored correctly? At the place of origin At the collecting points In the storage area Make sure that containersare properly positioned! Water polluting liquids must be placed in a containment basin or be stored in a secure area!

  29. Which requirements must be met when collecting and transporting waste? Waste must be collected separately. The required papers must be available. The proper containers must be used for safe transport.

  30. Why is it necessary to document the proper disposal? The waste producer documents the disposal Documentation of proper waste disposal The competent authority checks: • Which waste was generated in what amount on the site? • How was the waste disposed?

  31. Which environmental advantages does waste management provide? • The Earth‘s resources are conserved Less environmental impact, because • Less waste is incinerated • or landfilled.

  32. Type of waste Wastepaper Compost waste Data carriers Packaging material Glass Other purely-separated waste Electronic scrap Hazardous office waste Personal protective articles Cafeteria-waste Other waste Hazardous waste

  33. Our Aim is • „ Less waste“

  34. THANKS Prepared by: Eng.Essam Hegab