ASPEN's Waste Expense Review is a comprehensive consulting service that helps organizations identify cost saving opportunities in their waste, recycling, medical waste, and production scrap repurposing processes. The engagement is designed to provide businesses with a greater understanding of their waste processes and enable them to make informed decisions about how to reduce their waste expenses.
Our Waste Expense Review service includes three core components: situational analysis, benchmarking, and implementation. The situational analysis component provides an in-depth analysis of existing waste processes and identifies cost saving opportunities. It also evaluates existing contracts with waste management companies and evaluates current operational practices. This component helps businesses understand their current waste processes and provides a baseline.
The benchmarking component of our management consulting compares a business’s waste processes to industry standards and identifies areas of improvement. This component helps businesses understand how their waste processes compare to their peers and provides them with a roadmap for improvement.
Finally, the implementation component helps businesses implement the changes identified in the situational analysis and benchmarking components. ASPEN assists organizations with waste management company sourcing, implementing new operational practices, and implementing new technologies. This component helps businesses ensure that the changes they make are effective and that the savings they realize are long-term.
ASPEN's Waste Expense Review consulting provides businesses with the tools and resources they need to optimize their waste processes and reduce their waste expenses. By providing an in-depth analysis of existing waste processes and comparing them to industry standards, businesses can identify opportunities for improvement and develop a strategy for achieving cost savings. The implementation component helps businesses ensure that the changes they make are effective and that the savings they realize are long-term.