Learning Objectives

1. Understand the various waste streams generated from the occupants’ use of the building in order to plan waste removal with safety and the environment in mind.

2. Recognize how proper containers, trucks, and waste movement creates a more sustainable system that saves on equipment costs, reduces greenhouse gases, and avoids regulatory problems.

3. Identify the financial reasons to incorporate proper waste planning into the building’s design.

4. Increase driver, custodial, and occupant safety. 

5. Create a mindset around the importance of waste separation and ensuring that discarded material ends up in the proper place.

Comments

Thank you!

Wanda

great course.

Svetlana

Thank You!

dawn

Informative

William

Good Information

Doug

good info

Anne

Good Information!

Chris

Yay Trash!

Dan

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henry

Thank you, helpful info.

Kipp

Thank you!

Alexandra

great

Sam

Very useful information that we are usually aware of

Carla

A very informative outline of trash removal which indicated the importance of architects initally planning with the client as well as the selected trash remover and the regulatory Officials. The overview was very put together. Thank you!

Raymond R.

Interesting information

John D

Thanks

Dan

I would like to know more about interior waste layouts and impact on improving recycling and landfill diversion.

Kyle

Well explained.

Victoria

Informative

Kayo

N/A

Leila

This course was very informative.

Wesley

interesting

Kurt

Good information

Shawn Xiaotu

good overview

Phillip

Love talking about rubbish.

Kristen

Good trash movement course.

Fred

Good information.

Abundancio

Trash talk

Erik

.

Allison

Good course.

Christopher

Great course, thank you!

Christen

Excellent

natalie

Very informative

Katherine

Thanks.

Robert

thanks

Micael

interesting, informative

Katharine

good course

William

Good content

Tim

Joan

good diagrams and thought provoking topic. often overlooked, but critical component of any building/facility

Joe

A bit basic - would like to see a more advanced course where the slides are not read to me and it gets into the complexities of heavy induxtrial waster or Agricultural waste

William

good

Yingying

Lots of trash talk!

Scott

Good info

Keith

Very good presentation

Matthew

Very good presentation

Matthew

Very good presentation

Matthew

Very good information

David

A good topic to learn more about, very informative presentation

Adam

interesting

Jessica

A good introduction, thank you.

David

Good and informative.

Mark

Great

jason

good info in presentation.

james

Good presentation

Dale

very useful info

anthony

good info

Michelle

Very interesting from a space planning perspective

William

Great Course. Thank you

Joel

Good info

Shyamal

Very informative training session. Thank you.

Stephen

Intriguing

Alex

Helpful information that is not easy to find when planning systems for new buildings.

Jim

Helpful information that is not easy to find when planning systems for new buildings.

Jim

Misleading questions.

William

Useful information for site circulation design and floor plan layout.

Tai

confusing questions. not my favorite.

Rob

Good course

Randall

How do I know which question I missed? Informative.

Rene

Interesting

Claudia

fine

Colin

Thanks!

Abbie

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Shadi

Very informative. Thank you.

robert

Good information on spatial requirements for truck movement, access and compactors.

Mike

Great resource

Hanna

N/A

Jeffrey

Excellent

Brian

good information

David

The course was very informative and insightful. I am looking forward to attend the part two of the course.

Sumit

good info

Lowell

Thanks

Kristen

nice presentation

BRANKO

The course gets a high-five. For the future, I'd like to suggest a course including on-site composting for food waste management.

Grace

helpful minformation

Simon

Excellent course and great reference!

Mozhdeh

This was really helpful, I've been on projects where we need to plan for interior trash rooms and removal, but I've never had a course that actually goes into the design. This was great, thanks!

Sarah

very good information

Neil

Enjoyed the presentation

sean

good overview of alternative solutions

Yael

A well done program.

bruce

thank you

Scott

Helpful, thorough, detailed information.

Robert

Thabks

Cherie

interesting

SHENSHU

Good Course

Dan

No comment

Alexander

informative

Radek

laterial clearly presented

Horhon

Good

Stephen

Informative

Tim

Very informative, I learned relevant information for current projects, and will refer back to the downloaded material.

Brad

Great presentation. Provided great information regarding a number of aspects related to the design and operation of trash removal.

Charles

thanks

hannah

great info

Kevin

hmmm tougher than i thought...

Tae (a.k.a. Francisco)

Good insight

Jackson

Talking Trash: A Guide to Planning Efficient Waste Streams

FREE

This course is created to ensure designers understand the space necessary for the various waste streams. Each style of truck will be explained and both approach and overhead requirements detailed. Various containers for waste are outlined, including spatial requirements. Lack of planning for these elements has direct effects on the ability to sort and separate waste materials, custodial safety, and the cost of waste contract.
 

Credits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 USGBC/GBCI + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA

Length: 1h


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