Dsposal helps everybody keep track of their duty of care and to search licensed waste companies.
In this article, you'll learn what how and why you should follow waste sites.
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
Following waste site profiles in Dsposal helps you stay compliant effortlessly.
By following a waste site profile, you will receive notifications of when their documents are coming up for renewal, when they have expired and when they are updated. Follow all the waste site profiles you use to stay informed.
Your Dashboard shows you all the waste site profiles you follow so in a glance you can make sure everything is up to date with all the companies you use.
All the waste site profiles you follow will be in your Dashboard, like this, where you can see how many documents are:
without expiry date (blue)
in date (green)
expiring within 30 days (orange)
And you can quickly go straight to their company profile without searching for them so when you're audited there's only one place you need to go to find all your duty of care documents.
Navigate to a waste site profile page. Press follow on the: top right of the screen (full screen) under the waste site info section (reduced screen) it is as simple as that.
Following an unclaimed waste site profile is just the same as following a claim site. The key change is that you won't be able to get notifications on changes to their documents. However, you can invite an unclaimed waste site profile to Dsposal and you will be notified on when they claim their site.
To follow one of these sites all you need to do is:
Navigate to your dashboard by either by:
The Dashboard will show you a reduced number of sites. By clicking of the Followed Sites menu site you will see a list of all the waste site profile cards with the traffic light indicators.
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