The waste collection industry has remained unchanged for several decades. As the focus on sustainability and zero-waste initiatives increases, the waste collection industry can be part of the solution, providing detailed reporting and operational efficiencies to meet the environmental reporting objectives of their customers.
The Superfy platform optimizes many aspects of this process, from asset management to collections, routing and reporting.
Recycling is at the heart of a circular economy, an essential new model of consumption for a variety of products and services, but challenges exist to ensure service providers can be delivering as economically as possible.
The Superfy platform has transformed this sector, through operational efficiencies around collection, monitoring and reporting.
Many estates and campus style organizations, like universities, schools, airports, shopping malls, stadiums, hospitals and parks require a new approach to how they are managing their sustainability, waste and recycling initiatives. Being able to monitor and track and large variety of emissions over a wide area is a key requirement.
The Superfy platform solves this challenge and support the operational enhancements and sustainability objectives of the organization.
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