Waste Management Reporting Services

Keter specializes in waste management and reporting services that empower companies to reduce environmental impact, comply with ESG regulations, and achieve sustainability goals. Our end-to-end solutions support businesses across waste management strategy and execution—with our goal to divert as much waste from the landfill as possible.

Operating a streamlined waste and recycling system to reach ESG compliance doesn’t need to be time-consuming and stressful. Keter’s tech-enabled data collection systems make waste management and reporting efficient and successful.

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What Does Waste Reporting Entail?

All waste reporting starts with data collection from waste creation to disposal for different categories of waste. Other regulations and reporting levels are required depending on the type of waste. 

At Keter, we follow the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards for waste reporting to ensure our clients achieve transparency in their sustainability initiatives and meet ESG compliance standards.

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Categories of Waste

Different categories of waste require additional procedures, but tracking is the start for all waste management. Waste is divided into the following categories:

  • Recyclables: Aluminum, steel and other metals, paper and cardboard, glass, plastics, tires, and oil
  • Organic waste: Food, water, and compostable yard waste, including grass clippings, leaves, and weeds
  • Regulated waste: Sharps and other medical waste, biohazard waste, and e-waste (e.g., batteries, computers, smoke detectors)
  • Solid waste: Municipal solid waste, construction waste, and containers
  • Universal waste: Batteries, pesticides, equipment containing mercury, lamps, and aerosol cans
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Waste Reporting Regulations

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has strict regulations for hazardous waste, making cradle-to-grave reporting critical for this category. Cradle-to-grave reporting means tracking waste at every stage—from waste generation to transport, treatment, storage, and disposal. 

Cradle-to-grave reporting is mandatory for hazardous waste. Since you can’t improve what you don’t track, we highly recommend it for medical waste and all waste streams for companies seeking greater transparency and sustainable change.

How Keter Can Help

If you find waste reporting complex or overwhelming, our team of sustainable waste management professionals is here to help. Our proprietary software provides transferable and verifiable data for performance analysis and sustainable waste reporting. Reach out to us when you're ready to improve your waste management processes. Experience the efficiency of waste reporting through Keter

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