G1 | CONTROL SERVICE ON THE RECOVERY OF PLASTIC PACKAGING
Greenwich has been operating in the waste management sector for over ten years, offering consulting activities in the characterization of waste collection. In collaboration with the main national consortium for collection, recovery and recycling of waste, has allowed Greenwich to establish itself as one of the leading companies in the national scene, acquiring a high level of the know-how in the sector and developing cutting-edge technologies. Operating on behalf of COREPLA, the National Consortium for the Collection, Recycling and Recovery of Plastic Packaging, Greenwich's business has developed all over the country.
Greenwich is capable of ensuring:
- supervision of plastic packaging waste selection plants: visual quality control of incoming waste loads and verification of correct transport documentation;
- periodic sampling of incoming waste for subsequent product analysis; verification of the management methods of waste selection lines with monitoring of daily production;
- wearhouse inventory;
- sampling of material in storage for subsequent product analysis;
- visual qualitative control of the selected waste loads at the exit and verification of the correctness of the transport documentation with possible sampling of the detected waste not complying with the relative commercial specification;
- product analysis aimed at determining the percentage composition of the plastic packaging waste from separate waste collection at the selection plants;
- product analysis of waste leaving the selection plants for the purpose of determining the percentage composition with verification of compliance with commercial specifications;
- product analysis of the waste conferred by the breeders at the recycling plants in order to provide objective and third-party data on the relative percentage composition in the dispute between breeders and recyclers;
- tracking of monitoring and analysis activities using high-tech geo-referenced IT supports.
Greenwich’s experience in controlling the plastic packaging waste cycle has enabled the company to change its operating model to other types of waste, particularly in the context of fact-finding surveys and sector studies conducted by national consortiums or by public administration.