The almost unmanageable spectrum of work local governments have to manage – from street construction to managing green spaces, operating schools and daycares, and municipal waste disposal – also includes the aspect of waste avoidance and separation, which is becoming more and more important. Especially in conjunction with the new Commercial Waste Ordinance and the associated certification obligation for separate collection of waste produced and waste tracking, they need to find tools that can centrally project and evaluate these waste streams.
With software solutions by Axians eWaste, local governments always have an overview:
Electronic documents required to transport waste subject to monitoring requirements can be generated easily and transmitted to participating disposal partners.
All waste streams can be recorded in a single system, including costs and quantities, and provided for later evaluation. The system ensures that users only have access to the data they need for their everyday work. At the end of the chain, however, the program allows users to create a precise general overview and derive measures for working more sustainably.