EMG Çevre

Waste Management Consultancy

Waste Management Consultancy

In accordance with the “Waste Management Regulation”, published in the Official Gazette dated 02.04.2015 and numbered 29314, to provide Waste Management and to prepare the Industrial Waste Management Plan and get approval from the Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanization. are liable to receive. Industrial Waste Management Plan is of great importance for a sustainable environmental policy from the formation of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes to their disposal. According to the activity type of the facility, it is necessary to determine the wastes, their places of formation, their amounts and types. At this point, many regulations related to the Environment Law No. 2872 come into play.

In order for the Waste Management and Industrial Waste Management Plan to be prepared properly, the regulations must be well analyzed. The Industrial Waste Management Plan is a collection of data on the amount of waste of the previous year and the estimated values ​​of the amounts to be generated in the next 3 years and the reduction of waste. In the plan realized in 3 stages; 1. Phase: Gathering the data in the field and providing the necessary documents for the report, 2. Phase: The report, which is the result of the preparation of the necessary documents together with the data taken from the field, 3. Phase: Submitting the report to the Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanization and getting its approval. Although Industrial Waste Management Plan is a legal obligation, it is very necessary in order to leave a healthy environment for future generations.

Industrial Waste Management Plan

The rapidly increasing population and changing living standards increase the amount of waste and waste diversity, making it difficult to control and manage. The pollution caused by the wastes increases the size of the existing and potential risks every day and causes a decrease in natural resources. For these reasons, waste management is becoming increasingly important and complex in our age.

Integrated waste management is the selection and implementation of the appropriate method, technology and management program required for a specific waste management goal. Looking at the hierarchy of integrated waste management;

  • Waste prevention
  • Waste reduction
  • Reuse
  • Recycle
  • Recovery
  • Final Disposal consists of its hierarchy.

  • Request Form

    MOTAT request is opened via ECBS System for waste delivery.

  • Waste Receiving

    Disposal is completed with Hazardous Waste Transport Vehicles.

  • Waste Acceptance

    The wastes transported to the facility by vehicles with MOTAT are accepted through the ECBS System.

  • Sort

    Accepted wastes are classified according to their types.

  • Hazard Elimination

    Hazardous wastes are pre-treated.

  • Waste Treatment

    Wastes go through separation, shredding and data destruction processes.

  • Reporting

    Necessary reports are provided to authorized institutions.