Waste Management

Waste is produced from daily human activities and is increasing with the growth in economic activities. Proper waste disposal is important to maintain cleanliness and the health of the population surrounding the area concerned.

Waste can cause water and air pollution. Decomposing waste release hazardous gases which can affect respiratory health. If bodies of water are contaminated by waste, the local population can be affected by waterborne diseases. Excess uncollected waste can also ruin the view of a city or landscape.

Waste management services can be very complex, involving multiple collecting vehicles, multiple collection and drop-off points, and different types of waste. Efficient routing can save money on vehicles and labour.

Engineers at Q2 are equipped with the logistical planning skills as well as the scientific knowledge and understanding to develop waste strategy and plan that include its logistics and routing. Our experience in the field allow us to provide comprehensive technical advice on various aspects of waste management. The Team is able to provide extensive and cost effective advice on waste management techniques and technologies for all waste types, including domestic, commercial, industrial, municipal, and agricultural.