Have you internally agreed on the need for a waste management plan and allocated staff responsibility?
Have you checked any tendering, contractual or rating tool requirements for a waste management plan?
Have relevant sub-contractors agreed to follow the waste management plan?
Have material quantities been selected to minimize over-ordering?
Has consideration been given to the use of secondary and recycled materials?
Can unwanted packaging be returned to the supplier for recycling or re-use?
Can unused materials be returned to the supplier or used on another job?
Have designers used standard material sizes wherever possible?
Has responsibility for waste management planning and compliance with environmental legislation been communicated to all staff and identified subcontractors?
Have you identified likely waste arising (how much, when, and what types)?
Has an area of the site been designated for waste management and bins?
Has the time between delivery of materials and installation been minimized, to reduce the risk of damage to materials, which turns into waste?
Have waste targets been set for the different types of waste likely to arise from the project?
Have measures been put in place to deal with any hazardous waste?
Have you considered the implications of the disposal of liquid wastes such as wash-down water and lubricants?
Have you checked any requirements for water wastes with the Water Corporation or Swan River Trust (if applicable)?
Have opportunities been considered for re-use or reprocessing of materials on-site?
Have you researched disposal costs for separated waste that may have a commercial value?
Has responsibility for waste management on-site and compliance with environmental legislation been assigned to a named individual regularly onsite?
Have toolbox talks or inductions been planned for all site personnel about waste management on-site?
Are selected waste materials separated to allow the best value to be obtained from recycling waste management practices?
Are containers/bins clearly labeled to avoid confusion/contamination?
During operations, have you monitored that waste is being placed in the bins correctly if using the source separation system?
During site operations, are barriers to good waste management noted for incorporation into the post-completion review?
Have you made sure that the bins are, where possible, removed from view, to help avoid illegal dumping of rubbish?
Has a final report of use of recycled materials, waste reduction, and separation, with costs and savings identified, been completed?
Have key waste management successes been considered for action at future projects?
Have you considered promotional opportunities for any successes eg. awards programs, local media, industry media (eg. Master Builder Magazine) or in staff newsletters?