Wastenet services organizations within the hospitality, healthcare, grocery, and government sectors. How has our waste monitoring technology helped to improve their operations?
Multiple clients in the grocery industry have talked about how they are using data to correlate with the sales and operational performances at each store. For example, frequent compaction and waste outputs are typically at the same rates for high preforming stores, however when under-performing stores have the same rates, this highlights inefficiency or excess waste problems.
A build-up of waste and recycling material is a concern for every Healthcare facility. The reason being that blockages on the dock can back-up into the facility, causing a breakdown in crucial processes and risk potential health code violations. Waste monitoring data has shown to help healthcare facility managers identify the operational inefficiencies that lead to excess waste material on the dock. For example, inconsistent night shift compaction leading to unprocessed waste on the dock each morning.
When operating on a large scale, even small inefficiencies affect the bottom line. Our clients in the hospitality sector have begun to quantify their savings in both employee time and avoidable hauling fees at the locations with and without monitoring. Employee time manually checking compactor levels, communicating with haulers and opening and closing entrance gates can all be reduced, saving significant hours and dollars. With an automated hauling process in place, emergency hauls and overweight fines too can be markedly reduced.
Since 1990, Wastenet has been monitoring compactor fullness for some of the biggest names across all industries. We have made it possible for the process of hauling waste bins to become an automated, highly efficient and environmentally sustainable process. It is a minor investment that is minimally disruptive and delivers an ROI in reducing your waste hauling service fees.