Exercise 4 – Decision matrix – download and complete for each resource
This page has an example of a decision matrix, together with links to download blank versions for each resource type.
For each resource, complete the relevant decision matrix, scoring each statement from 5 (agree) to 1 (disagree). Add the total scores up for each resource and then choose the resources with the highest scores as your priority resources.
Each category of resource has a different decision matrix, with the statements being relevant to the category.
|RESOURCE: MATERIALS HAVE (WASTE)
|1.||Disposal cost is high.|
|2.||Quantity or value of the material is high.|
|3.||Storage and disposal requirements are flexible for this material.|
|4.||The material contains no contamination of impurities that might prevent its reuse by others.|
|5.||The material is segregated and contained in a form that could be readily used by others, or if not, it could be.|
|6.||The material is segregated and contained in a form that could be readily used by others, or if not, it could be.|
|7.||Current disposal contracts allow for alternative arrangements.|
|8.||Any licences, permits, terms and conditions, etc. are easily addressed.|
|9.||We could easily provide a sample for testing to a prospective user, and there are no legal barriers to its transport.|
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