Development of Zero Waste management plans and other solutions for companies and organisations
Our model of production and consumption is unsustainable where we are consuming our natural resources and at the same time we generate environmental impacts associated with the pollution of water, air, and land. Zero waste programs and policies address these issues by identifying inefficiencies in the use of materials and energy and striving to eliminate them. In doing so, zero waste programs lead us to a more sustainable future.
An important factor in effective waste management is the application of the principle of Extended Producer Responsibility, i.e. the responsibility on the part of importers and manufacturers of selected products, for the financing and operation of infrastructures that allow the consumer to return the product when it becomes waste in order to manage it properly. The application of extended producer responsibility is legislated for the waste streams of packaging, electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators, and tyres. Producers take responsibility for the collection of products at the end of their useful life, providing financial resources or operational requirements for the collection of EoL products.
ideopsis Ltd can support companies, local authorities and organisations that aim at developing zero waste programmes, or setting up any other waste management solutions and services.