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Seminar


Seminar::


Asset and aste ManagemeW 17th November 2011 at West


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Hosted by: DSA Connect


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Hostedby: DSA Connect


Seminar Highlights Seminar Highlights


The Seminar was opened by Harry Benham, Managing Director of DSA Connect.


The Seminar was opened by Harry Benham, Managing Director of DSA Connect


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For most organisations the main concerns regarding asset and waste management can be summed up in one word – ‘risk’.


For most or waste manage


ga Environment anisations the main concerns r


Environmental Risk – Thereisthe risk that poor management of assets and waste will lead to a greater number of unwanted items ending up in landfill.


tal Risk – There is the that poor management of


assets and waste will lead to a greater number of unwanted items ending up in landfill.


Financial Risk – Recession and global issues are a – Recession and global issues are af Financial Risk s affffecting the price


of numerous commodities. If your asset disposal contractor is not keeping you informed of the changes in commodit that your organisation is losing out financially


Security Risk – There – Th are security can prove a high


Security Risk


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security can prove a high risk to both public org public itself.


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of numerous commodities. If your asset disposal contractor is not keeping you informed of the changes in commodity prices, there is the risk that your organisation is losing out financially.


ty prices, there is


ere are many areas where the lack of appropriate rganisations and the


eas where the lack of appropriate to both public organisations and the


and waste management. The table below illustrates the various routes available with each one measured against management efficiency, time efficiency, space efficiency, compliance, maximum sales r


There are various routes that an organisation can take in its asset and waste management. The table below illustrates the various outes availab


outes that an organisation can take in its asset ble with each one measured against management


efficiency, time efficiency, space efficiency, compliance, maximum sales returned and audit.


ned d and audit. DSA TICKS ALL THE BOXES DSA TICKS ALL THE BOXES din gement can be summed up in one word – ‘risk ng asset and


The DSA ethos/maxim/role is to collect and dispose of surplus equipment and achieve best financial return for the MoD and Public r..Inorder to achieve this they make maximu m use of the


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The DSA ethos/maxim/role is to collect and dispose of surplus equipment and achieve best financial return for the MoD and Public Sector. In order to achieve this they make maximum use of the private sector and have marketing agreements in place with specialist contractors that collect, store, market and sell all assets on behalf of the MoD and Public Sector


private sector and have marketing agreements in place with specialist contractors that collect, store, market and sell all assets on behalf of the MoD and Public Sector.


Richard Norris, Head of Commerc


Richard Norris, Head of Commercial Disposals, Dis Authority (DSA


cial Disposals, Disposal Services sposal Services


Authority (DSA) discussed the role of the DSA and its contribution to both the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the Public Sector.


both the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the Public Sector


A) discussed the role of the DSA and its contribution to r.


Asset and Waste Management in the Public Sector 17th November 2011 at Westminster, London


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PUBLIC SECTOR SUSTAINABILITY • VOLUME 1 ISSUE 5


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