CIWM Journal, 30th Oct 2014 - This week, Jimmy Martin, CEO of AMCS looks at the impending Pay-By-Weight regulations in the Irish market and the opportunities it presents to waste collectors and householders...>>>
Irish Indendent, 17th July 2014 - So how does a tech start-up become a global leader? The fundamentals for growing a technology company with an international footprint would be familiar to most would-be entrepreneurs at this stage...>>>
London, 3rd July 2014- Silicon Valley Bank, the bank of the global innovation economy, today announced that it has provided an €8.25M facility to AMCS Group, the global leader in recycling and waste management software and on-vehicle technology...>>>
Recycling & Waste World (RWW), 12th March 2014 - Editor, Geraldine Faulkner finds out how AMCS Group is taking on the international market and how it is launching a mobile app, MyBin365, that is expected to revolutionise communications and data collection...>>>
AMCS Group’s Chris Cox looks at how the uptake of technology in the commercial and industrial market could help fill the sector’s data void and enable the UK to better understand and manage its resources
It has been reported that criminality in the waste industry in Northern Ireland is widespread. The report comes after the discovery of a major illegal dumping operation was undercovered near Derry earlier this year.
Geoff Sampson, associate director at AMEC, explores the financial drivers influencing the selection and provision of commercial waste management services and a potential move to “pay-by-weight” Published in the CIWM Journal November 2013
Budgets may be tight, but there is still a demand for software and technology if it increases performance and competitiveness. That is the message from the UK's leading providers, says Marie-Claire Kidd.
When Avfall Sør Husholdning AS (Southern Household Waste Co.), a Norwegian trash-management firm, bills the 45,000 households it serves in the city of Kristiansand, the company utilizes RFID-based data to track the quantity and type of refuse collected.
Although Pay As You Throw (PAYT) pricing remains socially and politically challenging Jimmy Martin looks at how onboard weighing technology has developed and how we must look beyond the ‘Bin Tax’ to implement the hierarchy of waste and maximise the value of recyclable commodities.
AMCS Group’s John Shiveral explains that RFID technology is about more than just “pay as you throw” schemes. It’s about data collection, protecting your workforce and saving money Published in the CIWM Journal July 2013