Michael J. Fernandez is responsible for the County’s integrated waste management system that includes the collection and disposal of solid waste from more than 340,000 households, as well as the disposal needs for over 2.8 million County residents. Mr. Fernandez has held numerous senior level positions in the Department of Solid Waste Management to include Deputy Director of Waste Operations, Assistant Director of Disposal Operations and Senior Division Director. Michael was also the Past Director of the Collection & Transfer Technical Division for the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA).
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Are you struggling to stay up to date on new legislation and regulations that are currently driving the waste and recycling industry? Are you feeling the financial impact of not having a system in place that monitors and identifies contaminates in your recycling stream?
With sustainability at the forefront of business models globally, now more than ever, the waste and recycling industry is driven by ever-changing regulations and compliance requirements.
Watch the webinar on demand where Matt Monroe, Senior Engineer, will provide strategies and tips on how AMCS Vision AI can help you overcome the costly aspects of both overflow and contaminates in your recycling stream, understand where they are entering (and associated time, money, and safety aspects), and the challenges of meeting compliance requirements:
- Automated Material Identification: Identify contamination in recycling material and link it to the waste producer
- Material composition analysis: Understand the granular components of the resource stream being collected/or processed at scale, loading bay, and sorting line
- Service exceptions: Assess follow-up requirements such as overloaded containers and blocked access
- Safety items: Identify hazards in the material stream and driver safety issues
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