ESG: We Won’t Achieve What We Don’t Measure

Eugenia Manwelyan

Pursuing equity at waste management facilities can help build community and resilience for firms hoping to succeed in a politically charged climate. One approach to help solid waste management companies evolve in a shifting ecological and political landscape is implementing facility equity audits, which are a novel approach to ensuring equity in the solid waste management sector.

In Waste Today, GBB Project Manager Eugenia Manwelyan provides a step-by-step approach to conduct a solid waste management facility equity audit to help identify the impacts it has had and continues to have on the community in which it is located. This understanding, in turn, can create a sense of urgency that is essential to developing an action plan to address inequities and measure the impacts of these efforts.

Read her article on Waste Today’s website: ESG: We Won’t Achieve What We Don’t Measure