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New challenges in waste collection planning

Meet increased demand for recycling with innovative tools to plan and optimize collections

This webinar is only available in Danish, please view here.

The increase in recycling of waste also means higher demands for sorting, tracking and quality assurance of the different waste fractions.

For municipalities it means more collections from households with varying frequencies to accommodate waste fractions. It increases the demand for municipalities to optimise and plan their collection routes.

The development also means that recycling stations and companies need more bins and waste containers than ever before, which again in turn requires an agile and dynamic approach when planning and executing collections. Watch the webinar on demand and learn what the AMCS Intelligent Route Optimisation solution can do for you!

Among other things, the system can handle:

  • Automatic planning and optimisation of complex master routes with many stops and various waste fractions
  • Predict when it is the most optimal time to collect RoRo and underground containers
  • Optimisation in real-time and maintain a close connection between the back-office and the driver
  • Automatic surveillance and follow-up on irregularities in service

Don’t miss out on the chance to learn how you can achieve a higher level of quality and save time and resources on your waste collection.

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