How Central Arizona Project Leverages Technology to Manage Waste Streams

Managing various hazardous and universal waste streams throughout your company’s footprint can present numerous challenges and risks, including knowing what is onsite, how long it has been onsite, and managing shipping and disposal costs. For decades, companies have relied on paper forms, spreadsheets, and emails to manage the complex process of tracking and shipping waste streams offsite, which has resulted in inefficiencies, increased costs, and for some, regulatory violations.

Join Cority’s Ian Cohen and Central Arizona Project’s (CAP) Aaron Welch, a 2019 E+E 100 honoree, as they discuss the digital transformation of CAP’s award-winning waste management program, and how the organization successfully leveraged technology to streamline compliance, minimize environmental impact, and divert 835 tons of waste from landfill.

You will learn: 

  • What drove Central Arizona Project to transform its waste management program
  • What to look for when evaluating environmental and waste management solutions
  • Best practices and lessons learned during the implementation phase
  • Gaps to excellence
  • The impacts of e-Manifest