Non-Hazardous Waste Manifest
Like any other shipping industry, a waste management company relies on an accurate manifest.
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This electronic checklist is a key tool in waste management for non-hazardous materials being shipped from origin to disposal.
Since this technology replaces the traditional paper forms with electronic records, the manifest is processed more quickly and with greater efficiency. And, it can be accessed in the field with a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet.
The Non-Hazardous Waste Manifest Mobile App contains helpful fields, such as waste descriptions, waste codes, freight shipment id numbers, and special handling instructions. It also has the capability to capture relevant signatures for generator certification from transporter and facility personnel. This app is helpful to shipping companies with a large trucking fleet that must transport non-hazardous waste to and from different locations. And it can be customized to comply with federal waste management regulations and requirements.
Employees can track waste from pick-up to a waste management disposal facility to ensure proper storage and disposal. The origin of waste can be critical if there is some question as to whether or not it contains hazardous material. This app accurately tracks from households, manufacturing sites, and the warehouse sector to dump sites to generator facilities. A PDF report is created for your records, exportable and shareable in real-time. It’s just one of GoCanvas' remarkable technology solutions designed for business efficiency.
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