At ClearCO2, we offer a unique solution for reducing your carbon footprint and generating carbon credits.
Our innovative approach involves converting food waste into a valuable resource, reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills, and minimizing the release of harmful greenhouse gases.
By working with us, you can turn your food waste reduction efforts into a tangible asset, demonstrating your commitment to sustainability and preserving the environment.
Join the growing number of companies taking action to reduce their carbon emissions and contribute to a cleaner, greener future. Contact us today to learn more about how ClearCO2 can help you generate carbon credits through food waste reduction.
How to get started?
Effective waste management starts with a thorough understanding of your waste. Conducting an initial waste inventory is crucial for determining the sources of waste production, locations, quantities, disposal methods, storage procedures, costs, and so on. This information allows you to make informed suggestions for improvement.
How do I know, where we stand in terms of waste?
ClearCO2 can carry out an environmental benchmarking assessment of the company. Clear and confidential, This report establishes the current state of affairs and suggests avenues for
improvement, particularly in terms of waste management and reduction.
What is waste in the food systems?
Every company generates various types of waste in daily operations. These must be stored, disposed of, and treated according to legal regulations.
According to the law of July 15, 1975, waste is defined as "any residue from production, transformation, or use processes, or any substance, material, product, or any movable property that has been abandoned or is intended to be abandoned by its holder."
The definition does not consider the economic value of the material, so even if it's given or sold, it's still considered waste and must be managed as such. Industrial waste refers to waste generated from industrial, commercial, or craft activities and is not classified as household waste. It can be inert, dangerous or non dangerous.
Responsibility of the waste producer
The company that generates waste is responsible for all stages of internal
management (storage, handling, etc.) and external management (loading by the
service provider, transport, etc.) up to final disposal (treatment center).
Mandatory traceability !
WHAT INFORMATION SHOULD THIS EVIDENCE CONTAIN?
▶ The identity of the parties (producer and collector);
▶ The nature of the waste as well as, for each fraction, the capacity of the
containers collected or the amount of waste deposited;
▶ The frequency and location of collection.
Any person who issues, receives or completes the original or a copy of a slip must keep
a copy for three years for transporters and five years in all other cases.
What information in the register?
▶ The quantity, nature and characteristics of the waste generated and its codes identification.
▶ Origin of waste (generator/holder);
▶ The date of each removal;
▶ Contact information for approved collectors, approved carriers, and consignees;
The methods of recovery or, failing that, disposal.