Our Customers Do Some Amazing Things
Rogue Disposal and Recycling — an 81-year-old family-owned company often recognized for innovation in the industry – found itself in a difficult situation.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
In Ann Arbor, Michigan, more than 60,000 students, faculty and staff live, learn, work and play at the University of Michigan.
City of Durham, North Carolina
Abbotsford, British Columbia
At the hub of the Fraser Valley is Abbotsford, British Columbia, the largest municipality in the province outside of the Vancouver metro area.
Tucked into Central Texas is the state capital of Austin, the 11th most populous city in the United States and the fourth most populous city in Texas, with more than 970,000 people.
The city services around 150,000 people, providing curbside collection services for single and multi family homes, as well as commercial properties.
City of Jacksonville, Florida
The City of Jacksonville, Florida provides residential collection of garbage, yard waste, and recycling with support from contracted haulers.
City of Waco, Texas
The City of Waco, Texas has grown by 15% over the last decade, and software for fleet management helped the City scale services, streamline process, and reduce call volumes.
City of Waterloo, Iowa
The City of Waterloo reconciled its billing and inventory systems with the reality of carts in the field using RFID and service verification.
Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska
Increased collection efficiency enabled the Municipality of Anchorage to launch and scale a new organics collection program from 120 to 2,000 customers over four years.
Casella Waste Systems (EasyRoute)
Casella Waste Systems, Inc., headquartered in Rutland, Vermont relies on EasyRoute to capture key productivity measures and right-size fleets across growing divisions serving the northeastern United States.
City of Grand Rapids, Michigan
With in-cab computers and enhanced driver-to-office communication, the City of Grand Rapids reduced go-backs to one in 4,000 collections to save on wear-and-tear, fuel, and labor costs.
City of Lexington, Kentucky (Routeware)
When analog processes couldn’t meet growing service demand, the City of Lexington embraced fleet automation and was able to eliminate 10 trucks and recoup costs in a year.
City of Lexington, Kentucky (EasyRoute)
In growing Lexington, route optimization software sped up the route design process threefold, resulting in balanced routes across one million collection points.
Town of Cary, North Carolina
With an online calendar and search tool that tells residents what’s recyclable — or not —Cary reduced contamination by about 3% in six months and saved over $20,000 in print costs.
Gaeta Green Environmental Services, New York
One of New York City’s top carting companies, Gaeta Green in Staten Island, N.Y. has decreased fleet driven and carbon emissions while enhancing safety for staff and customers.
Pride Disposal and Recycling Company, Oregon
Located in the Pacific Northwest, Pride Disposal adopted smart truck technology ahead of the curve, avoiding some of the most common growing pains among private haulers.
City of Austin, Texas
Replacing paper calendars with digital collection reminders saves the City $66,000 each year and helps residents recycle more to meet the community’s zero-waste goals.
City of Weslaco, Texas
The City of Weslaco, Texas transformed its twice-weekly trash collection into a fully functional, successful, City-driven trash program staffed by knowledgeable drivers.
City of Loveland, Colorado
Find out how the growing city of Loveland, Colorado, balanced routes to improve customer service and lower fleet costs.
City of Peoria, Arizona
The City of Peoria, a suburb of Phoenix, is using fleet technology to verify service, log unpaid customers, and recapture revenue — about $134,000 per year.
Meridian Waste, Charlotte, North Carolina
Meridian Waste, a growing private hauler headquartered in Charlotte, freed up 34% of its collection vehicles and eliminated 26% of its collection routes with true route optimization.
City of Medicine Hat, Alberta
The City of Medicine Hat, Alberta, trains new drivers faster and transformed operations that formerly relied on paper and staff memory with technology.
American Refuse (CORE)
American Refuse, in Wasco, Calif., uses technology to improve customer service, increase revenue, improve efficiency, and empower drivers to complete routes efficiently and effectively.
Customer Return On Investment
Heavy return on investment is one of the reasons customers choose our solutions.
Additional revenue captured in half a year with our solution can pay for automation.
Fewer service escalations means happier customers and less time on the road.