Results for: "Waste Management" in "Johannesburg-North, South Africa"

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11 Fairway St

Fairway St

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.07592

28.09114

34 Impala Rd

Impala Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1179

28.05041

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63 Wessel Rd

Wessel Rd

Sandton

2128

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.04478

28.05997

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environmental consultants

115 Greenway

Greenway

Johannesburg

2034

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.153852

28.01669

1 Keymer Rd

Keymer Rd

Edenvale

1609

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.13808

28.16273

Taurus Rd

Sundowner Plaza

Taurus Rd

Randburg

2161

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.07261

27.94

Sloan St

Epsom Downs O Prk

Sloan St

Sandton

2021

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.03818

28.02804

48 Cumberland Av

Cumberland Av

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0182

28.0247

118 Riverside Rd

Riverside Rd

Sandton

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.11397

28.06747

Bosbok Rd

Unit 16 Beyers Office Park

Bosbok Rd

Randburg

1709

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15589

27.93665

Virginialaan 101

Virginialaan 101

Sandton

2146

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.09565

28.03681

20 Eshowe St

Eshowe St

Paulshof

2056

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.02593

28.051

71 1st St

1st St

Sandton

2063

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1049083

28.042045

Unit 5 Commercial park

Commercial park

Randburg

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

28 Impala Rd

Impala Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.11566

28.05292

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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