In control of your waste flows
Getting real control of waste flows starts with precise weighing and accurate recording of weighing data. Does your operation currently have insufficient overview as it is far too wrapped up in retrospective weighing, overflows and recording weights manually? Are attempts to reduce quantities of waste and to save costs thus not as successful as you would like? Then consider a RAVAS mobile weighing system.Watch video
Overview of waste flow improvements
No more overload
Using a RAVAS mobile weighing system, you will know whether a waste container still has sufficient space before adding a batch to it. There will no longer be any issues with overloaded containers.
Better time management
With a RAVAS mobile weighing system it will become easier to have waste containers collected in a timely manner and have them replaced by empty ones.
The invoices of the waste contractor are easy to check as the weighing data of the mobile weighing system are communicated to the central computer system wirelessly.
It is also somewhat easier and more transparent if you wish to charge the costs for waste processing to your customers.
Charging customers for waste residue
Janus Vaten cleans steel drums and IBC’s and offers them for re-use. The residue left in the IBC’s is stored for removal by a waste processing company. With iForks, Janus Vaten now charges customers for the residue processing costs.Read more
Nijsen Granico collects rest materials at food companies, for processing into cattle-fodder. Every Nijsen lorry carries a hand pallet truck scale to weigh the collected containers in the presence of the client, so he immediately knows what will be invoiced.Read more
At AVAG, waste materials are processed into raw materials and partly sold to the customer. The recycled materials are invoiced by weight. AVAG equipped their forklift truck with a calibrated weighing system. By using additional attachments like a rotator, also bulky goods can be weighed.Read more
Smurfit Kappa specializes in the development and production of offset printed, cardboard packaging. Cardboard waste occurs in different stages of the production process. By weighing waste flows and monitoring the information, the mountain of waste is reduced as much as possible.’
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