So far, our economic model has been based on the idea of linear growth. Production and consumption followed a simple principle: resources were obtained, processed, used and, for the most part, discarded after their useful life.
Contracts are a sensitive issue not only in waste management. As important as clean contract design is, it often also entails uncertainty. In many cases, the process is cooperative up to this point, and suddenly the parties in question stumble upon a limited view of only their own aspects.
In an industry in which customer requirements change constantly and more and more quickly, it is extremely important to embed the essential sections of the value-added chain transparently and fully integrated into the enterprise resource planning process.
“Yes, we have containers in the company. Sure, we also need something to manage them.”
This assessment is the easy part of the exercise. A Google search on the topic shows that there is a wealth of systems. What is actually difficult is answering the following question: Is this container management suitable for my waste management company?