Project Implementation Plan: (Project Communications Plan, Risk Analysis) for Bu

Project Implementation Plan:
(Project Communications Plan, Risk Analysis) for Building a Bridge
Write a 1,100-word Project Implementation Plan for the organization using the Learning Team Project Charter of “Building A Bridge” 
The Project Implementation Plan must include the following sections:
Project Communications Plan: This plan will include the communications plan for project implementation. 
Your plan should:
·  Describe the communication models, mediums, and methods that will be employed, and include a Data Flow Diagram.
·  Examine how the project inputs and outputs will be communicated, including performance reports and updates.
·  Describe the tools and techniques that will be used for the project, including information management systems and assets.
Risk Analysis Plan: This plan will include risk analysis and contingency planning for the project. 
Your plan should:
·  Assess qualitative risk analysis inputs and outputs, including scope baseline, risk register, and environmental factors.
·  Evaluate risk analysis tools and techniques, and include sources of risk, a risk probability and impact assessment, and risk data quality and urgency assessments.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines (intro/closing paragraphs, etc). Tables may be used to format and organize the implementation plan. They can be included within the plan rather than at the end as normally required by APA guidelines. Words used in the tables/charts do not count against the word count.
Note: Do not just put a chart/table in your paper without explaining what it is the reader is looking at; in other words a table does not replace words used to discuss the topics, it enhances it.

Discuss how biological solid waste processes benefit or could benefit your commu

Discuss how biological solid waste processes benefit or could benefit your community. Do you compost organic waste, such as food waste? Does your community collect the organic portion of your solid waste separately from the rest of your solid waste? Do you favor aerobic or anaerobic processes? Why, or why not?
A biological solid waste process could benefit my community by producing compost, fuel and reducing the waste in the landfill. We compost yard waste and occasionally scraps from the kitchen, although kitchen scraps mostly go to the chickens. When we had rabbits and goats, the waste from cleaning their pens also went into the compost and we had some amazing fertilizer for the garden! I found out there is a separate pick up for yard waste that the landfill turns into mulch that it gives away for free, but there is no other separation done during collection in my area. It seems to me that an aerobic process would be more favorable as it does not require a tank or container necessarily and can even easily be practiced by individuals via composting at home.