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Building Operations Waste Diversion

Scope of Work

WasteCap is capable of providing five services, which can be packaged or purchased a-la-carte:

Database Access

WasteCap's Resource Directory can provide you with options within your desired service radius categorized by service.

Operations Plan Generation

WasteCap experts can:

  • review targets and objectives
  • inform potential blind spots
  • advise on successful strategies
  • align approaches to optimize success 

Operations plan generation includes:

  • auditing expected waste streams
  • highlighting overlooked opportunities
  • interviewing selected waste haulers
  • providing a clear path forward

On-site Education

Quick on-site workshops to implement instructions from your waste management plan save you the work required to repeatedly instruct site teams or manually separate waste that’s been incorrectly directed.

Ongoing Status Tracking

Regular site and process inspections keep your team on track to meet diversion goals.  

WasteCap will ensure consistent paperwork, track waste quantities, inspect operations on site and provide critical feedback to maximize your waste diversion. Monthly reports will inform you of progress, deficiencies and remediation possibilities.  

Project pursuing additional certifications requiring specific paperwork and reporting, will be handled as part of the tracking effort.

Digital Tracking and Reporting Software

WasteCapTRACE, WasteCap's proprietary tracking software, allows businesses with established waste management practices to digitally track and report on efforts.

Subcontracting Waste Hauler

WasteCap can handle any or all waste hauler contracts as a sub to our own contract with you.  This will reduce your paperwork and on-site management for pickup requests and scheduling.

Expert Personnel

Travis Blomberg, LEED® BD+C, ID+C
tblomberg@wastecap.org
Executive Director



Hands on experience in local and international construction management has given Blomberg  an inside edge on the critical pieces often overlooked by teams of subcontractors attempting to coordinate waste diversion efforts.

His passion and enthusiasm ensures that projects receive the attention they need to succeed and the tools to make the process easier.

Daniel Hartsig, LEED BD+C, O+M
dhartsig@wastecap.org
Director of Project Management



With 10 years of LEED experience locally and globally, actively directing new construction and building operations, Daniel Hartsig leads the project management team with the depth of experience that only time, breadth and specialty can bring.

Information Needed for Proposal

If you are interested in a proposal, WasteCap will need the following information:

  • Project name
  • Desired certification and target achievement level (if any)
  • Number of buildings
  • Size (square footage) and purpose/function of each
  • Location of project (address & GPS coordinates preferred)
  • Location of operations meetings (if not on site)
  • Desired level of assistance (select any or all)
  • List of diversion resources in your area.
  • Waste management plan covering project specific strategies.
  • Subcontracting of waste haulers under WasteCap
  • Education of custodial, tenant and departmental staff on waste management plan.
  • Signage, inspection, and ongoing tracking of waste streams w/monthly reporting and guidance.

To learn more about how we can help, please contact us at:

WasteCap Resource Solutions
414.961.1100

dhartsig@wastecap.org
tblomberg@wastecap.org