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WASTE MANAGEMENT AND

PROCEDURES
Table of Contents

1.0 Purpose

2.0 Scope

3.0 Responsibilities

4.0 Definitions

5.0 Permitting Work Flow

6.0 Classification of Wastes

7.0 Classification of Construction Wastes

8.0 Disposal Standards


1.0 Purpose

This procedure describes to make the natural and living environment clear by repressing
all kinds of wastes produced at Construction Site to the highest degree and through proper
disposal of wastes according to the relevant laws and regulations.

2.0 Scope

This procedure is applied to all members of Smarthouse Construction Site Management


Team, Staffs, Subcontractors, and Vendors for managing, monitoring, and controlling
activities at the site where produce wastes.

3.0 Responsibilities

3.1 Project Supervisor


i. Has overall responsibility for waste management activities at site.

3.2 Safety Officer


i. That suitable arrangement, including subcontractors and vendors are in place to
ensure the consignment and disposal of waste material.
ii. Daily monitor site conditions to ensure that any remedial actions are
implemented.
iii. Shall satisfy client for the removal of waste at site and ensure that these waste is
reaching the proper waste dumping areas. (I.e. Temporary disposal area for wood
and metal/directly disposed at local dumping sites for non-hazardous or domestic
waste).

3.3 Subcontractors/Vendors
i. Assign responsibility to key personnel such as supervisors and foreman for the
proper housekeeping of waste and to be segregated by the owner of the waste.
ii. Shall monitor their own waste and recover any materials that can be used or
recycled through modifications (i.e. woods for signages, barricades).

4.0 Definitions

4.1 Waste
Any matter, such as grbage, rubbish, ashes, sludge, waste oil, waste acid, waste alkali,
dead bodies of animals, etc. Which becomes unnecessary for the human living or
business activities.

4.2 Hazardous Waste


Any wastes include chemical waste either liquid or solid that may present a risk of
personal injury or impact on the environment including oils, grease, and other
hydrocarbon based materials

4.3 Construction Site


Concluding recyclable construction waste produced from civil works, architectural
works, dismantling works, etc., which becomes unnecessary for human living or
business activities.

4.4 Recyclable Construction Waste


The term “Recyclable Construction waste” means earth, concrete, asphalt
concrete, and brick produced from construction work and dismantling work.

4.5 Recycling
Activities that reuse, re-product wastes or treat wastes to be reused, reproduced.

5.0 Permitting Work Flow

Hauling Permit System: Domestic waste or wastes that requires to be hauled outside the
project premises shall be signed and approved by the following personnel:

Hauling Permit Signed and approved by Witness at Site Hauling of Waste


Requester Safety Officer and (Security)
Project Supervisor

Witness at Exit Gate


(Security)

Requires hauling to the site temporary disposal area for metals, electrical wastes, and
wood.

Hauling Permit Signed and approved by Signed and approved by Hauling of Waste
Requester Safety Officer and Site Custodian
Project Supervisor

Disposal at Temporary
Staging Area

Hauling of wood that requires to be dumped outside the project premises (Note: the
permit will be given back to the Safety Officer and Project Supervisor for verification).

Hauling Permit Signed and approved by Witness at Site Hauling of Wood


Requester Safety Officer and (Security)
Project Supervisor

Disposal of wood Dumpsite Personnel to Witness at Exit Gate


receive approved permit (Security)
6.0 Classification of Wastes

Combustibility paper, textiles, plastics, rubber, wood


Domestic Waste

Garbage

Incombustibility residue food, briquet, ash, glass, metal

Sludge septic tank, sludge, waste water treated sludge


Night Soil
WASTE

Non-Sludge night soil, livestock waste

Organic waste paper, waste wood, waste leather, animal


Substance and vegetable residue

General Business
Business Waste

Waste
Inorganic metal, ceramics
Substance

Earth and Sand, Lump of Concrete, Lump of Asphalt Concrete, Waste Brick, Waste
Construction Block, Waste Wood, Waste Synthetic Resins, Metal Parts, Waste Glass,
Waste Construction Materials, etc.

Waste Acid, Waste Alkali PH<=2.0 or PH>=12.5

Waste Oil (oil >=5%) waste lubricating oil, mineral oil, tar-pitch

Waste Organic Solvent halogen or non-halogen

waste synthetic resins, waste synthetic rubber,


Waste Synthetic High
waste paint, waste lacquer, produced from
Polymer
manufacturing process

Waste Asbestos asbestos produced from manufacturing,


processing or dismantling of structure
Designated Waste

Waste Agricultural Chemical

slag, dust, waste cast-iron product, ceramic parts, incinerated residue, solidificated
substance, waste adsorbent, etc. which are prescribed by the ordinance of local
government

PCB more than 50mg/L

Sludge
Sludge, etc. prescribed by the local government
(waste content<95%)

Business Living paper, can battle, residue foods, etc.


Waste
7.0 Classification of Construction Wastes

7.1 Recyclable Construction Waste: Earth, concrete, asphalt concrete, brick.


7.2 Wood: Plywood pieces, interior finish material, form material, log of pillar,
material pieces, etc.
7.3 Sludge: Waste bentonite, sludge oil, etc.
7.4 Metals: Re-bar, steel structure pieces, steel wire, nail, etc.
7.5 Paper: Waste wall paper, packing paper, drawings, corrugated card board, etc.
7.6 Textiles: Easte ropes, rag, working clothes, etc.
7.7 Waste acid, Waste Alkali: Waste cement water, detergent, etc.
7.8 Plastics: Waste synthetic resins, styrofoam, pvc, waste safety helmet, waste
tire, etc.
7.9 Glass, Ceramics: Pieces of glass, pieces of sanitary ceramic ware, asbestos
7.10 Oils: Waste lubricating oil, residue asphalt, etc.
7.11 Paints: Waste paint, waste paint can, etc.
7.12 Others: unnecessary substances produced at removal of site office, dormitory

8.0 Disposal Standards

8.1 Construction wastes shall be divided into four (4) kinds of waste segregation
bins, buckets or area. Waste such as plastics, metal, biodegradable, and non-
biodegradable shall be separated /segregated to each of its kind.

8.2 Construction wastes shall not be kept at the site after completion of construction.

8.3 Contractors should have waste segregation or temporary staging area for each
kind of waste.

8.4 Large wood and metal shall have a separate segregation area with proper
arrangement for easy access upon hauling.

8.5 Insulations, rock wool, used oil, and other hazardous waste should be separated
from the rest of the garbage. It shall be covered temporarily with tarpaulins,sacks,
or other means of condoning or safe keeping with the provision of barricades and
proper signage, if cannot be hauled or removed from site immediately. Dumping
of these materials shall be governed by the subcontractor who owns the said
waste at his own expense and coordinated to local government agency such as
DENR for the recommendation of 3rd party certified hazardous waste dumping
companies.

8.6 Areas that will be used as temporary staging areas shall be requested by the
subcontractor and should ask the approval from authorized personnel.

8.7 Any hazardous waste that will come in contact with the environment shall be
reported immediately to Site HSE Officer for the recommendation of proper
disposal spilled, scattered, dripped, etc.