Description

Within the construction industry, sustainability is now often high on the list of top priorities. BRE SMARTWaste is an online waste management reporting tool that can help your company measure, target, benchmark and report on your project and company sustainability performance.

In this deminar, you will learn about the power of capturing data relating to your onsite sustainability impacts so that you can report, target improvement areas and ultimately reduce your costs and impacts.

During the session you will see a live demonstration of how the SMARTWaste tool works and the different impact areas covered.

The tool is suitable for all types of companies involved in construction who want to better understand their sustainability impacts; from the client, to the principal contractor, sub-contractors, and waste management companies.

For more information about SMARTWaste visit our website ~ https://www.bresmartsite.com/products/smartwaste/

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