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ESG reporting is a practice that has gained traction in recent years as companies and organizations face increasing scrutiny from stakeholders such as investors, customers, and regulators on their environmental and social impact, as well as their governance practices. ESG reporting typically involves measuring and disclosing a wide range of factors related to an organization's sustainability practices, such as greenhouse gas emissions, waste management, social impact, employee diversity and inclusion, and board diversity.


ZWTL accreditation, on the other hand, is a certification that verifies an organization's waste management practices are designed to eliminate the need for landfilling waste. This certification indicates that an organization is committed to minimizing its environmental impact and promoting sustainability. Achieving ZWTL accreditation requires a comprehensive waste management program that includes reduction, reuse, recycling, and recovery of waste materials, with the ultimate goal of sending zero waste to landfill.

Balancing ESG reporting and ZWTL accreditation can be a challenge for organizations, especially those with global or multi-location operations. It can be difficult and costly to implement ZWTL programs across multiple locations simultaneously, and capturing and managing the necessary data and information for accreditation can be time-consuming for waste program leaders. This can result in a lack of engagement from local leaders, which can ultimately impede the organization's ability to achieve universal ZWTL status.

To address these challenges, EIRAVATO has developed a solution that helps organizations achieve ZWTL accreditation in a more efficient and cost-effective way. The solution offers two outcomes for customers: firstly, it reduces the time and effort required to gather and transcribe data for accreditation applications. Secondly, it allows organizations to self-declare ZWTL status confidently when supported by evidence packs.

The self-declaration ZWTL process is simple and mobile, allowing global waste program leaders to activate a validation process for any location with up-to-date waste data. Local waste program managers can also activate EIRAVATO ZWTL for their specific locations. The solution captures waste vendor data at the Network Partner portal and sends a ZWTL validation link to identified vendors. Vendors complete the link, digitally sign it, and automatically return it to the leader.

Returned vendor validations activate ZWTL status statistics and automatically publish a unique Declaration Certificate. This declaration provides robust evidence that becomes embedded in system Evidence Packs. All vendor declarations become content for high-level ZWTL reports created via the EIRAVATO Report Creator tool, or can be used as hard content for other third-party accrediting bodies.

















Finally, all waste transfers associated with validated waste vendors during the measured period are published with a unique ZWTL Certificate that captures material values transferred, with attached Evidence Packs. For trust and visibility, each transfer containing a ZWTL certificate is sealed in EIRAVATO Blockchain, providing a tamper-proof record of the organization's waste management practices.

Overall, the EIRAVATO solution helps organizations achieve ZWTL accreditation in a more streamlined and cost-effective way, allowing them to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

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