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How do I classify the wastes

Hi,

How do I classify wastes in waste management module like Recyclable waste, Organic waste, Inorganic waste, hazardous waste etc etc. So that I can pull the report based on this classification.

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Kalingeri

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2008 at 07:40 AM

    Hi Vikram,

    You can classify Wastes while creating them through MM01. Please customise/configure the "Material Type" through SPRO to create material types as Recyclable waste, Organic waste, Inorganic waste, hazardous waste etc etc.

    Thanks,

    Sameer

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2008 at 02:20 PM

    hi vikram,

    in addition to the above .... for further classification you can create a different classes like Recyclable waste, Organic waste, Inorganic waste, hazardous waste and create characteristics in CT04 and use these charcteristics in classes while creating materials .....

    regrds

    pushpa

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 11:41 AM

    Hello Vikram

    In Waste Management - you use Waste Codes in Waste Management module to classify the wastes based on legal document i.e. European Waste Catalogue. So I say by usign appropriate waste codes - you can classify wastes in SAP EH&S Waste Management Module.

    Coming to You creating a report based on type of waste - I suggest you using Disposal Document List Display functionality and select the Waste Code, then you will be able to pull report based on this classification

    Thanks and Regards

    Jayakumar

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