Eiravato Lifecycle Management is a 360 sustainable workflow programme incorporating necessary deployment patterns that enables local lead teams to drive continuous practices inside their gates whilst engaging critical partners outside.The world of waste is complicated, more so when be navigated by global companies and organizations. Sustainability in waste first insists that companies must recognize that the solution is to engage and unite strategies inside and outside of the company gate.
In truth and reality, waste is often considered as not the business of the company as it has other core KPI’s that must be constantly prioritized and addressed on a day to day even hour to hour basis. Is this a criticism, not at all rather a reflection of reality? Most waste programme leaders understand their position in the hierarchy and know that their primary real-life demands are to get materials off site so that they do not interfere or interrupt core operational and commercial priorities, once compliance mandates are met. Companies who recognize that waste must change as part of ESG compliance, must too as a first step recognize the realities that waste programme team leads are subject to. This understanding from the top is most likely the biggest contribution that will accelerate positive change, recognizing conditions for local waste programme team leads then equipping them with the necessary tools and resources to drive sustainability and mitigation within designed work programmes that remain by that design not to interrupt core commercial imperatives. Lifecycle management as a principle first demands honesty, then a recognition of the needs both for internal lead personnel but also those partners outside the gate ready to contribute to a better future for materials in their charge.
Eiravato activates an intelligent Lifecycle management Map that is the architecture with embedded workflow’s that empowers waste programme leaders to transform their operations from make waste to high-performing sustainability and circular success. The map captures all materials within a waste inventory, then first embeds critical data and intelligence including regional compliance codes, connected waste vendor partners, wrapping all key data into a digitized Green Card. Cards activate material classification and characterization by content, utilized as a communication passport to engage parties outside the gate. Healthy global waste programme strategies must move beyond make & take waste models, to do so, quality material characteristic information must be delivered to those partners who stand ready outside your gate to complete lifecycle loops.
Lifecycle map workflows are a sum of two parts, Waste Inside the Gate (WITG) and waste outside with network partners. The mission that is WITG is to change the outcome and quality of materials by utilising map lean principles and methodologies. Reducing and mitigating waste can only be delivered with informed intervention, controlled lean practices with continuous improvement. Eiravato lifecycle mapping informs waste programme leaders as to the best lean methods to deploy so that quality materials are delivered to the gate. Best practices deployed for many materials such as plastics, metals, paper, timbers, even hazardous can classify some as Circular Assets. An asset designation is defined by their capability to be delivered to a fully verifiable circular closed loop outcome.
Eiravato WITG is designed to mobilize companies to produce the highest asset percentage delivery to its network partners. Delivery of quality materials presents opportunity to engage outside partners who are dedicated to deploy material regeneration techniques and processes to contribute to your sustainability goals.
Lifecycle management and circular economy success starts with your current raw data where Eiravato digitizes making it ready and functional to participate to achieve your environmental goals.