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Waste Management SaaS Platform Launches

Waste Management SaaS Platform Launches
21 March 2023
 

A waste management and recycling SaaS platform designed to enhance the way businesses in the UK handle waste disposal is now live in the UK.

Full Bin’s service is intended to simplify the waste management process by improving digital communication between facilities management companies, refuse collectors, and their clients.

The Sweden-based company’s app allows users to schedule waste disposal and recycling services, optimise routes for faster transit, and access valuable data and history to analyse clients' most frequently requested services.

The latest business waste management figures from the government shows that the UK generated 43.9 million tonnes of commercial and industrial waste in 2018, of which 37.2 million tonnes (85 per cent) was generated in England. The latest estimates for England only, indicate that commercial and industrial waste generation was around 33.8 million tonnes in 2020.

 

Hazardous Waste Collection Via an App

 

The Full Bin solution offers options for handling hazardous waste and providing VLR support for those who cannot use the app. "Clean Me QR" codes mean ordering is possible through any phone browser for ease.

Founder Christian Herbert believes there is significant potential in the UK FM market and refuse collection for private businesses. Full Bin aims to be a valuable tool for agents looking to improve their digital communication and streamline waste management processes.

Picture: a photograph of two smartphones showing screenshots from the Full Bin app. Image Credit: Full Bin

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 21 March 2023

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