Assignment 4 – Case Study:

Please this case study need a write who live in Australia, Victoria, Melbourne city because the write have to go to a place here in Melbourne to appal to do this case,This case study requirement to visit a place read the structure below to know which place and more details…

please the safe work method statement must be completed and submitted here or sent it to my email before you undertake the assignment don’t worry about my details I will fill it later but fill the rest please, It is a hurdle requirement so must be done, or no marks for assignment and I will sent it to my teacher to check it.

Assignment 4 – Case Study 40%
This component of the assessment involves conducting a waste assessment and preparing a
draft waste management plan for an individual facility or workplace. The outcome of your
investigation should be a report that explains the specific waste management issues relevant
to the site under investigation and provide practical recommendations on how waste can be
reduced over time. Your recommendations must relate back to the data and information you
have gathered.

Note the hurdle requirement for this assignment.

The report should be addressed to the facility or workplace for which you have conducted
this project. That is, it must be written in such a style that explains the aims of the plan and offers recommendations that can be implemented. The report should contain:

Please note: I have specifically not placed a word limit on this assignment or a writer recourse. It is up to you to ensure that the report meets its objectives. You should think carefully about how you will present data and other components of the report.

*Executive Summary
- Main findings and recommendations
*Description of the facility
- background information on location and type(s) of facility
- demographic data such as numbers of staff, material produced, floor size
 -description of current waste management practices (systems and costs)

*Rationale for waste assessment
- Reasons for conducting the waste assessment (ie., ranging from legislative
compliance to desire to minimise waste)

 -Description of the actual waste assessment and ways in which data was collected.
(eg., interviews, collection of bins, waste analysis)

*Description of waste generating processes, including:
- waste generation rates, composition, disposal routes
 -management costs ‐ labour, transport etc.

*Results from the waste assessment
- graphs, tables
- appendices for large amounts of data
 -photographs

*Analyses of results
- waste minimisation opportunities
 -savings analysis

*Recommendations for waste minimisation
 -Specific aim of future waste minimisation
 -Waste Minimisation Strategy for Facility.
 -Actions necessary to implement recommendations
 -Timeframe to achieve recommendations.