It isn’t uncommon for architects to consider different ways to reduce waste while building a structure. However, they should also focus on designing techniques that would reduce the ongoing waste generated during the life of a building. For instance, just the way you would consider reducing energy and water use, consider reducing the waste generated. One of the best ways to manage and reduce waste in commercial buildings is by designing material flows. This achieves two purposes: It reduces the waste being sent to landfills It improves the convenience for residents, the quality of public space around the building, and working conditions for staff. Use equipment like apartment compactor and trash chutes wherever necessary in the process of designing material flows. Benefits of Waste Management Minimizes disposal costs and increased profits Streamlines reporting and information sharing Enhances sustainability Conserves resources and reduces greenhouse gas emissions Enables you to find ways to reduce hauling costs and negotiate for waste and recycling services to fit your needs. 5 Ways to Manage and Reduce Commercial Building Waste Plan for Materials Flow Through a Building Design a plan that ensures the goods delivered to the building are mirrored by the flow of outbound […]


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