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Budget for Waste Management Units

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Introduction

Waste management is a very important service and the disposal of hazardous waste should be properly managed. (See EPA.gov 2014). Three services that my department provides are waste recycling, waste treatment and waste disposal.  The mission, vision and objectives for the three service units as well as an organization chart are provided under the respective service units. Additionally, a budget for each unit and the percentage of personnel and operating expenses required to provide each of the services are included. Performance measures are also provided for each service.

Budget for Waste Management Units

 

Waste Recycling Service

Recycling of waste material where necessary is the best way to protect the environment. Some waste materials can be cleaned and reused or broken down and used to make other products.

Mission Statement

The mission of the waste recycling unit is to reduce waste that is disposed of in our landfill and other waste disposal facilities as well as mitigate environmental effects that comes from such disposal.

Vision Statement​​ 

Our vision is to​​ be the main​​ facilitator​​ the reduction in the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the environment​​ from items that can be recycled​​ by 25% by the year 2020.

Objectives

  • And make sure consumers are absolutely happy

  • To provide prompt response to service request

  • To increase revenue by 10% per year

  • To increase market share by 20%​​ 

  • To ensure proper recycling procedures are followed​​ 

  • To realize a profit margin of 40% on the recycling operation.​​ 

Organization​​ Chart for Waste Recycling Unit

Manager of Waste Recycling Unit​​ 

Administrative Assistant​​ 

Clerk​​ 

Supervisor of Recycling Facility

Drivers of Disposal Trucks

Workers in Recycling Facility

Waste Treatment​​ Service

Treating waste is a very important part of waste management. It is important that​​ hazardous​​ waste is properly treated​​ before disposal in order​​ to prevent harm to the environment.

Mission Statement

The aim of the waste management unit is to​​ ensure that people and​​ the environment are safe from the adverse effects of toxic industrial​​ and​​ chemical waste.​​ The waste management unit aims to exploit its workers to ensure that the personnel are well educated and paid.

Vision Statement

The vision of the waste treatment unit is to be the​​ cost leader as well as​​ service of choice​​ for industrial and chemical plants.

Objectives

  • To​​ ensure that waste is properly treated and handled at all times to prevent harm to customers, the environment and to employees

  • To​​ realize a profit of 35% on waste treatment services

  • To provide services to at least 60% of all customers​​ in industry

  • To have motivated and competent staff serve the unit’s customers ​​ 

Organization Chart for Waste Treatment Unit

Manager of Waste Treatment Unit​​ 

Administrative Assistant​​ 

Clerk​​ 

Supervisor of Waste Treatment Facility

Drivers of Industrial Waste Trucks

Treatment Site Workers

Waste Disposal​​ Service

Proper disposal of waste is the main aim of waste management. If waste is not properly disposed of then it can pose a threat to the environment.

Mission Statement

The mission of the waste disposal unit is to​​ be a leader in​​ ensuring​​ the safe disposal of solid and liquid​​ industrial and domestic​​ waste in​​ such a way that the​​ all-environmental​​ laws and regulations are adhered to.

Vision​​ Statement

The vision of the waste disposal service is to have a cadre of staff that is competent and motivated to carry out their task.

Objectives

  • To recruit and train employees who are committed to provide excellent customer service

  • To achieve the goals​​ of the unit

  • To meet​​ customers’​​ expectations​​ in order to have 80% repeat customers​​ 

  • To motivate staff

  • To hire employees who are trainable

  • To ensure that disposal methods are safe for the waste to be disposed of

  • To ensure that employees handling waste are properly trained before sending them to serve customers

  • To realize a profit margin of at least 33%

  • To ensure at regulations are adhered to at all times​​ 

  • To ensure that waste​​ is properly transported to disposal sites

Organization Chart for Waste Disposal Unit

Manager of Waste Disposal Unit​​ 

Administrative Assistant​​ 

Clerk​​ 

Supervisor of Dump Site

Garbage Disposal Truck Drivers

Dumpsite Workers

Budget for the​​ Three​​ Service​​ Units

Budgeted support for the three operating divisions is detailed in the Appendix below. It traces the expense of recruiting workers for executing the duties. The budget indicates that 23.52 percent of the overall estimated spending will be expended on waste recycling facilities, 29.04 percent of the expenditure will be spent on waste treatment services, and 47.44 percent of the expenditure will be spent on waste disposal services.

Performance Measures

For quality service it is necessary to develop success criteria to assess improvement. In order to better evaluate a service, it is important to analyse how well the service meets its targets. Therefore, the assessments​​ would be focused on quantitative metrics and results. Department efficiency scores are as follows.

Performance​​ Measures for Waste Recycling Unit

The estimated profit margin is 40%, and the firm plans to raise sales by 20% along with this.​​ These success tests will indicate how the service unit has fulfilled its targets. Repeat consumers may be used to assess service level and to decide how quickly an organisation reacts to a customer's order. Achieving the unit's vision to reduce greenhouse emissions from waste-to-energy is feasible.

Performance​​ Measures​​ for Waste Treatment Unit

The observable goals of the waste treatment unit are to achieve a turnover of $3500, and offer facilities to 60% of consumers in the region that manufacture industrial waste.​​ These can be checked against the targets.​​ Proper handling and treatment will ensure that there is no harm to employees or customers​​ and this can be substantiated.​​ Additionally, non-payment of penalties is suggestive that treatment is carried out in accordance with regulations.

Performance​​ Measures for Waste Disposal Unit

The measurable goals of the waste disposal unit are​​ profit margin of 33% and 80% repeat customers.​​ These can be validated by working out the profits earned on all jobs. The profit is found by deducting the cost of providing the services including administrative and operational expenses from the revenue generated. The profit margin is the percentage of profit included in the revenue.​​ Proper and safe disposal will also mean that laws and regulations were followed and will therefore lead to the avoidance of penalties for breaking the law.

References

  • EPA.gov. (2014).​​ Hazardous Waste in Your Community. Retrieved from​​ http://www.epa.gov/osw/wycd/manag-hw/e00-001a.pdf. Accessed 6th December 2014

 

Appendix

Budget for Waste Management Units

Details

Waste Recycling Service

 

Waste Treatment Service

 

Waste Disposal Service

 

Total

 

Employees

Salary

Total

 

Employees

Salary

Total

 

Employees

Salary

Total

 

 

Salaries and Wages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manager of Service Units

1

65,000

65,000

 

1

65,000

65000

 

1

65,000

65,000

 

195,000

Administrative Assistant​​ 

1

45,000

45,000

 

1

45,000

45000

 

1

45,000

45,000

 

135,000

Supervisor

1

50,000

50,000

 

1

50,000

50000

 

1

50,000

50,000

 

150,000

Clerk

1

30,000

30,000

 

1

30,000

30000

 

1

30,000

30,000

 

90,000

Truck Drivers

5

35,360

176,800

 

8

35,360

282880

 

15

35,360

530,400

 

990,080

Site/Facility Employees

2

35,360

70,720

 

2

35,360

70720

 

5

35,360

176,800

 

318,240

Interns

1

14,560

14,560

 

1

14,560

14560

 

1

14,560

14,560

 

43,680

Total

 

 

452,080

 

 

 

558,160

 

 

 

911760

 

1922000

Percentage of Total Cost

23.52%

 

29.04%

 

47.44%

 

100%

 

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