1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 1, 2012 12:07 PM by Amol Joshi RSS

Process flow in Waste Management

Raja Sekhar Sankaramanchi
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can anybody tell me about the waste management life cycle


i want the step by step by process in detail.


how to create waste generator


after creating w.Generator how to create waste transporter,waste disposer


Please explain in-detail..






  • Re: Process flow in Waste Management
    Amol Joshi
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    Hi Raj


    The Basic overview and process steps of Waste Management Cycle is as follows


    Waste Management consists of the following SAP components:


    · Basic data


    In this SAP component, you can, among other things, enter all the data that is required for describing waste, for example from a logistics, physical-chemical, or legal point of view. Functions from the SAP components Materials Management, Basic Data and Tools, and Dangerous Goods Management are used in this process.


    · Master data


    In this SAP component, you can, among other things, enter all the data for waste generators (such as points of generation), waste disposers, waste transporters, authorities, and waste approvals. Furthermore, you can link waste generators, waste transporters, and waste disposers to wastes and specify possible disposal channels.


    · Disposal processing


    In this SAP component, you can enter waste quantities and trigger further disposal processing. Links to numerous SAP components are available for this, so that you can, for example, post waste directly to inventory management from Waste Management and trigger purchase orders for disposal.


    · Disposal documents


    In this SAP component, you can create, print, and manage various disposal documents, such as German waste manifests or US hazardous waste manifests. At the same time you can, for example, also monitor the return leg of the disposal document.


    · Reporting


    In this SAP component, you can create various reports, such as waste life-cycle analyses.


    I hope this oveview has given insight to start with Waste Management.