UK MUNICIPAL waste and cleansing services provider, Urbaser Ltd, has launched its own commercial waste management and recycling collection division, Urbaser Ltd Commercial Services (ULCS) incorporating the latest paperless in-cab technology and bin-weighing systems to monitor collections and help customers improve their green credentials.
ULCS, which offers the full range of trade recycling and waste collection services, is dedicated to providing innovative closed-loop solutions and waste reduction strategies for both public and private sector organisations.
Gary McKinnon, commercial business manager at ULCS, said: “We offer tailor-made, innovative solutions to local authorities, businesses and other organisations to help them manage their waste better and develop more sustainable methods of sourcing, managing and disposing of materials. We can help companies improve their green credentials with circular solutions and implementing strategies to achieve Zero to Landfill.
“We can also help implement circular solutions and achieve Zero to Landfill with more sustainable methods of disposal such as Energy to Waste and other forms of greener electricity production.”
ULCS services include general, paper, cardboard, glass, food, WEEE, mixed recycling collections and hazardous waste as well as bulky items. The company can offer a wide range of container and bin sizes including bags. Vehicles are equipped with the latest bin weighing technology and digital display screens to enable clients to communicate messages or advertise their business. ULCS can offer an entirely paperless service to its customers via the use of in cab PDAs and the latest round management software.
Gary added: “Our customers can access detailed data and collection information about the services that we have provided from them on their own dedicated account page via an online portal. The technology enables us to communicate with them at every stage so that we can send alerts about when we are collecting and let them know immediately if there are any issues.”