Case Study Essay

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Case study
Visit an environment
Conduct & survey/ interview & observation * Effects of environmental degradation * How they address it or solve the problem * How implementation for environmental conservation
1. Introduction – define & explain environmental conservation
2. Overview of establishment – History and description
3. Environmental conversation observation a. Solid waste b. policies c. penalties d. problems encounter (regarding envi conversation) e. participation of the company in any envi conversation advocacy f. photos ( 4 pictures include the front of the establishment ; the interview; their policies; solid waste disposal) 3R size with caption.
4. Summary, conclusion and
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Lumba was Tan's last business and management mentor.
Environmental conversation observation A. Solid waste
The Jollibee Food Corporation take responsibility in waste management very seriously, also currently reducing its use of styro packaging by shifting to washable melaware for dine-in services. There are also practice solid waste segregation through a comprehensive sorting process that begins at the store and continues to secondary facilities for material recovery and reprocessing.
From the store, segregation already begins through separate trash bins for biodegradable or organic waste and non-biodegradable waste. These waste materials are bagged, collected and transported in sanitary closed vans to the Materials Recovery Facility, where secondary segregation takes place. Here the waste is further sorted into styro, paper, plastic cups, spoons, forks and straws, food waste, and residual or non-recyclable waste.
Styro goes through reprocessing where it is safely melted and reshaped into blocks that are shipped overseas for further processing to produce new commercial and industrial applications .Plastics also undergo a recycling process where they are ground, extruded into sheets, and thermoformed, producing new items for the market. B. Policies
Equal Opportunities Policy * high recruitment standards * local sourcing of staff where possible * the skills, talents and performance of staff matter; gender, marital status,

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