Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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145 Dayal Rd

Dayal Rd

Clairwood

4157

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.916232

30.987524

Eenzaamheid Rd

Groenfontein Farm

Eenzaamheid Rd

Paarl

7646

Western Cape

South Africa

11 Acutt Av

Acutt Av

Briardene

4052

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.798723

31.014436

15 Halstead Rd

Unit 4 Halstead Prk

Halstead Rd

Pietermaritzburg

3201

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.65513

30.42193

42 Main Reef Rd

Main Reef Rd

Krugersdorp

1739

Gauteng

South Africa

225 Brakpan Rd

Unit 4

Brakpan Rd

Boksburg

1459

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21919

28.277145

752 Voortrekker Rd

Voortrekker Rd

Brakpan

1540

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.23793

28.3609

14 Belgrove St

Belgrove St

Port Elizabeth

6001

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.96961

25.61874

7 Schoof St

Schoof St

East London

5247

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.988266

27.830109

175 Grahamstown Rd

Hayward & Young Complx

Grahamstown Rd

Port Elizabeth

6012

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.90149

25.61122

68 Shortts Retreat Rd

Shortts Retreat Rd

Pietermaritzburg

3209

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.66265

30.41752

18 James Bright Av

James Bright Av

Germiston

1400

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.219888

28.141433

East Boulvard

Beach Boulvard

East Boulvard

Mossel Bay

Western Cape

South Africa

Protea Rd

Plot 50

Protea Rd

Pretoria

0035

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.623333

28.312735

Waste Management Training

Waste management training can range from following a basic correspondence course to a highly intensive university curriculum covering a wide range of waste management techniques.
 
This type of training is usually broken down into specific modules. These training courses are useful for general landfill staff, supervisors, waste managers, or environmental oversight officers. Courses are designed to be practical as well as theoretical. Theory may include a brief historical overview of waste management history as well as a thorough understanding of waste management laws. Identification of different categories of waste is usually included in the curriculum, including record keeping for administrative purposes.
 
Waste management training on a practical level is split into different classifications. Management training is usually broken down into the management of solid waste, or the dealing and shipping of hazardous liquids and chemicals. Some training sessions will inevitably be more advanced than others. In the case of environmental management, training issues such as planning, environmental audits, monitoring, and enhancing performances, are dealt with. In the area of solid waste, management training is provided about dumping and disposal technology. Training is also offered in waste collection and transportation, as well as in mechanical and biological systems. Waste management also consist of waste treatment processes. In this field employees are trained in chemical waste treatment technology.
 
Waste management training is especially sought after at local government level, from the collection to the treatment and the disposal of waste.
 
For more information about waste management training, visit the Yellowpages website.

Waste Management Training

Waste management training can range from following a basic correspondence course to a highly intensive university curriculum covering a wide range of waste management techniques.
 
This type of training is usually broken down into specific modules. These training courses are useful for general landfill staff, supervisors, waste managers, or environmental oversight officers. Courses are designed to be practical as well as theoretical. Theory may include a brief historical overview of waste management history as well as a thorough understanding of waste management laws. Identification of different categories of waste is usually included in the curriculum, including record keeping for administrative purposes.
 
Waste management training on a practical level is split into different classifications. Management training is usually broken down into the management of solid waste, or the dealing and shipping of hazardous liquids and chemicals. Some training sessions will inevitably be more advanced than others. In the case of environmental management, training issues such as planning, environmental audits, monitoring, and enhancing performances, are dealt with. In the area of solid waste, management training is provided about dumping and disposal technology. Training is also offered in waste collection and transportation, as well as in mechanical and biological systems. Waste management also consist of waste treatment processes. In this field employees are trained in chemical waste treatment technology.
 
Waste management training is especially sought after at local government level, from the collection to the treatment and the disposal of waste.
 
For more information about waste management training, visit the Yellowpages website.

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