Batches - Destroy Inventories
If you have items that need to be destroyed for any reason, use this guide to destroy inventory, or multiple inventories, from your system.
Navigate to Inventory Management > Batches.
- Locate and highlight the inventories you wish to destroy from the Batches list.
- Right-click on any of the highlighted rows and select the “Destroy Inventories” option.
- Select the "Type" of destruction and indicate your "Reason for Destroying".
- Then click "Schedule for Destruction".
The inventories are now scheduled for destruction and can be viewed, and managed, in the “Disposal” screen within the Inventory Management module.
The Disposal screen is broken down into three sections, of which relate to the three stages of destruction:
- Not Scheduled - plants and inventories not yet scheduled for destruction. During this stage of the destruction process, users may generate compliance tags, cancel a destruction, and modify the quarantine schedule.
- Ready for Destruction - when plants and/or inventories have passed their quarantine period they will transition to the “Ready for Destruction” tab where users can generate compliance tags, cancel destructions, and ultimately execute the destruction of selected plants/inventories.
- Destroyed - upon destruction, plants/inventories can be viewed in the “Destroyed” tab.
Using the checkboxes to the right of the ID, select the inventories you’d like to schedule for destruction and then click “Schedule Destruction”.
Alternatively, you can click the red “Schedule Destruction” button to the right of a line item to schedule just that one line item for destruction:
Once the scheduled inventory has been scheduled for destruction, you'll want to locate the inventory in the "Ready for Destruction" tab.
- Navigate to Inventory Management > Disposal.
- Navigate to the Ready for Destruction tab.
- Check the box(es) next to the inventories you intend on destroying and click "Destroy".
Alternatively, you can click the red “Dispose” button to the right of any line item to destroy that single line item: