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Cannabis Waste Management Plan
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This 24-page Marijuana Waste Management Plan is guaranteed to be the best you'll find online. Written by professional writers with over 20 years experience in the commercial cannabis industry.
This waste management plan will keep you from starting your document from scratch and save you weeks of time and thousand of dollars in the process. It covers all types of waste handling, including THC material, hazardous, non-hazardous, liquid and solid.
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Cannabis Waste Management Plan
During the process of obtaining your license, it is likely that you'll have to submit a Waste Management Plan. Ensuring that THC waste is stored properly and destroyed without any possibility of diversion into the wrong hands is one of the top priorities of cannabis regulatory agencies. The common requirements are to have it blended with other waste materials and locked up before being transported securely to a waste facility.
Every jurisdiction has its own specific rules about managing cannabis waste. In some states you can compost it, and in some states you can contract out to cannabis waste management companies to pick it up and process it securely.
Beyond plants and THC oil, you'll need a plan for handling other kinds of waste in your facility, including other kinds of liquid and solid hazardous and non-hazardous waste. This Waste Management Plan has you covered across the board. It contains the definitions of every kind of waste and how your employees will handle them, along with the specific responsibilities of waste management tracking and training, and sample logs for the records you'll have to keep.
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Table of Contents
Roles and Responsibilities 4
Inventory Control Manager 4
Facilities Manager 4
Department Managers 5
Employee Involvement 5
Waste Classification 5
Waste Storage and Disposal Compliance 7
Universal Waste Management and Storage 7
Solid Cannabis Waste Storage and Disposal 8
Composting of Solid Cannabis Waste 11
Liquid Cannabis Waste Management and Disposal 12
Cultivation Wastewater Discharge Compliance Methods 13
Cannabis Waste Transportation Procedure 13
Non-Hazardous Waste Management and Disposal 14
Non-Hazardous Solid Waste 15
Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste 16
Hazardous Waste Management and Disposal 17
Steps for Determination of Hazardous Waste 17
General Hazardous Waste Management 18
Hazardous Waste Storage 18
Hazardous Waste Safety 19
Hazardous Waste Disposal 20
Emergency Response Protocols 21
Record Keeping 22
Appendix 1 - Chemical Waste Log 23
Appendix 2- Waste Accumulation Area Inspection Log 24
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