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Traceability & Accountability from Collection to Disposal

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Amidst the hustle and bustle of high traffic, waste management tends to get challenging. With increasing concerns over environmental degradation and the need for responsible waste disposal, airports are adopting innovative solutions to manage their waste effectively. Varun Karasia, CEO, Satma CE, speaks about traceability and accountability with technology.

The scale of waste generated at airports varies. Large international airports can generate large volumes, like for example, London Heathrow Airport reportedly produces around 1,600 metric tons of waste per month, including both solid and liquid waste.

Airports generate a mix of solid, liquid, organic, hazardous, construction & demolition, medical, and radioactive waste. The average airport waste comprises both operational and passenger-generated waste. This includes waste from retail outlets, food courts, aircraft services, and passenger amenities.

Transparency and accountability are crucial in assuring the public and other stakeholders of responsible waste management, considering the significant volume of waste generated from a single source (in the case of airports). A software solution that provides traceability and transparency is essential for tracking the journey of waste post-collection from airports. It is imperative to report whether the non-recyclable waste has been disposed of responsibly or, in the case of recyclable waste, sent for recycling.

Traceability in waste management refers to the ability to track waste from its source to its final disposal or recycling destination. This traceability is essential not just to follow compliance and regulations, but also for understanding the environmental impact. Knowing where waste originates allows stakeholders to identify areas for waste reduction and implement targeted strategies for recycling and composting.

Understanding the composition of waste enables stakeholders to optimize resource allocation for waste management, reducing costs and improving efficiency.

Revolutionising Waste Traceability

Satma CE is a SaaS based cutting-edge waste management operations software that leverages advanced technologies to enhance traceability and efficiency in waste management. Through its innovative features, Satma CE offers a comprehensive solution to track and manage waste effectively. Satma CE, used in day-to-day operations, empowers you to collect data on waste generation/collection patterns, composition, disposal, recycling and processing. This data can be analysed to identify trends, optimize waste management processes, implement targeted interventions for waste reduction and recycling and understand your environmental footprint. It allows for seamless communication and coordination among stakeholders involved in waste management & can integrate with existing management systems, enabling efficient data exchange and streamlining waste management operations.

Satma CE enables airports to pave the way towards a more sustainable and responsible approach to waste management, ensuring a cleaner and greener future for aviation and the planet.

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