Whether you want to embrace zero landfill initiatives, waste-to-energy solutions, or something else entirely, one thing is for certain: Your business is all about responsibility. We don’t even need to know about your industry or your philosophy! The very fact that you’re interested in environmental sustainability shows us, LJP Waste Solutions, a provider of waste processing services, that you’re ready to learn about and fulfil your company’s duties when it comes to its impact on the environment.
Your company should be proud about sustainability initiatives. However, just like you probably need a to-do list for your day-to-day work tasks, any business that wants to embrace sustainability on any level must construct a detailed action plan to do so. Not that sustainability is a chore–in fact, we’ve written about simple ways to get started with sustainable waste solutions here.
We’re simply saying that, just like any task, an action plan can help your company reap the full benefits of sustainability and can maximize your potential impact on your community and your future.
An Action Plan Ensures New Sustainability Protocol Is Implemented
Have you ever tried to go shopping without a grocery list? Nine times out of 10, you’re going to get so overwhelmed by everything on the shelves that you forget something you direly need. While we’re not saying you’ll forget what you should be doing for sustainability—certainly you’ve already proven you’re passionate about it by reading this far—we’re merely acknowledging the fact that you, as someone who works in a notable company position, have a lot on your plate.
From budgets to worker morale, the responsibilities of high-ranking officials are many. Trying to add sustainability efforts onto that list without planning out exactly what those efforts might look like is a recipe for overwhelm. It’s just like the aforementioned scenario: going shopping without a list. Something is bound to get lost in the shuffle.
This is where we at LJP Waste Solutions come in! We specialize in analyzing a company’s waste processing efforts from the ground up, picking apart systems and finding ways they could be better. We’re here every step of the way with you as a waste processing company as you work towards meeting your sustainability goals at whatever pace you need. Consider us your metaphorical grocery-list makers; We’ll tell you exactly what you need to do with your waste management practices so nothing gets left behind!
A Sustainability Action Plan Can Boost Workers’ Efforts
Getting your workers involved in new sustainability efforts and waste management solutions is crucial to the company-wide movement’s success. After all, as important as you are as far as your company is concerned, you’re only one person. One person can motivate a large group towards a goal, but achieving that goal takes the passion and consent of the entire team.
Let’s put that into context: If your workers aren’t on board with your sustainability efforts, those efforts won’t be successful in any sense of the word!
To motivate workers towards your sustainability goals, you must construct a detailed and specific action plan to get there. Without providing examples and instructions, there is no way to get what you want done or ensure your workers take responsibility for their piece of the equation. A goal without a clear path is just a dream, but plotting out how to reach that dream can help everyone make it a reality!
An Action Plan Helps You Reach Sustainability Goals
Every company will work towards sustainability and responsible waste solutions differently. Money situations are different for everyone, and unprecedented setbacks in other areas of your business might push those goals back on the timeline a bit. However, a sustainability action plan with a play-by-play look at moving towards better waste management practices drastically decreases the likelihood of this occurring.
After all, how else can you tell if you’re on track to meet your goals if you don’t know what that track looks like in the first place? While some flexibility in your goals is a must, so is structure, as it holds you accountable and gives you a sense of where you are in relation to where you must be—and an action plan, both when it comes to waste management and overall sustainability practices, makes just the kind of structure you need.
Call LJP for Comprehensive & Responsible Waste Management Solutions
We’ve helped more companies than we can count take care of their trash in a way that fits their sustainability goals, and we’re pros at that and action plans alike! For waste management solutions that align with your company’s sense of responsibility, message our North Mankato office, or give us a call now at 507-625-1968.