National Waste Associates’ Partnership with Self-Storage Facilities: Driving Efficiency and Cost Savings

National Waste Associates (NWA) is a leading waste management company that has been in business over 25 years, specializing in providing tailored and cost-effective waste services to multiple business verticals, including self-storage facilities. NWA has been a trusted partner to storage companies of all sizes since 2014. By leveraging their expertise and using a cooperative approach, NWA helps self-storage facilities optimize waste management processes and achieve significant cost savings.

Collaborative Partnership
The success of initiatives is reliant on a strong partnership between NWA and the self-storage facility owners and managers. NWA values the intimate knowledge that facility owners possess about their locations, which, when combined with NWA’s waste management expertise, enables accurate assessments and identification of potential savings.…

National Waste Associates Drives $75K in Savings for a Major Self Storage Company Through Innovative Rightsizing Approach

National Waste Associates (NWA) has been a trusted partner in the self-storage industry since 2014, providing waste and recycling management services to storage companies of all sizes. One of the many benefits NWA provides clients consists of continually monitoring individual locations and waste services in order to streamline efficiencies and look for potential savings. NWA routinely reviews their clients’ entire portfolios performing surveys to determine appropriate service levels, compliance, and other potential areas of improvement.

Such was the case in a recent survey where NWA partnered with one of North America’s leading self-storage companies with hundreds of locations across the US helping them achieve significant cost savings.…

The Circular Economy – How Best-In-Class Businesses Did it Right

The world’s population is predicted to reach 9 billion people by 2030, yet we are already consuming more resources than the planet can provide now. Many companies are tackling this problem by embracing the “circular economy”, creating closed material loops to ensure that value isn’t lost at the end of a product’s first life.

For manufacturers, this involves designing products and materials that can easily be deconstructed and reused or recycled. For non-manufacturing businesses, it is about purchasing products and materials that are intrinsically reusable or recyclable, and then structuring the business processes in such a way that the highest proportion of materials can be reused or recycled.…

2023 Waste Trends

What’s coming next for waste in 2023? The following trends will give you insights into what’s to come for the waste industry and your business’s waste management practices.

#1 Developing Smart Cities and IoT Waste Projects
IoT (Internet of Things) plays an essential role in the smart cities of the future. Managing and tracking various processes will solve many significant issues. Smart City R&D is well underway. One trend we’ll see much more of is the application of waste monitoring systems for more intelligent waste collection and accuracy in timing. Smart City infrastructure will begin development after critical research determines the best processes for solid waste management systems.…

Can Your Business Really Get to Net Zero Waste?

For the purposes of understanding Net Zero Waste, it’s important to know the business context for its need. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a rule this year that would require public companies to formally disclose climate data as a step toward providing investors with accurate climate risks to make informed financial decisions. These disclosures are based on Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions.

Scope 1 and 2 are more widely discussed because they are the direct, controlled, and indirect external emissions a company is accountable for, respectively. Scope 3 emissions are the indirect emissions in a company’s value chain.…