Waste Stream Analysis designed to benefit your bottom line.
WDS's mission statement of ''Feed the Bottom Line - Starve the Landfill®" reinforces the idea that recycling not only benefits the environment, but also benefits your bottom line. We save you more because we look deeper. Our analysis will identify landfill diversion options, logistical inefficiencies and equipment utilization choices.
We work with businesses to enhance existing recycling programs or identify and create new recycling revenue opportunities. Our team of solid waste experts will perform a Waste Stream Analysis to identify the current processes and procedures step by step: from on-site waste generation to vendor pick-ups. Through this analysis, WDS will establish the current baseline costs and compare them to our recycling recommendations and preferred vendor pricing. After providing you with the pros and cons of each possible solution, you select the option that best suits your logistical, sustainability and financial goals.
National Account Program
Consolidate - Assimilate multiple locations into one platform for bill pay and reporting.
Solutions - Project team presents bid results from preferred vendors, landfill diversion options, recycling revenue opportunities, equipment optimization, and mill direct rebates
Implement - WDS assures a seamless transition where the customer is always in control; the customer selects the best solutions to achieve their goals
Track - ZeroIN™ Performance Reporting WDS's online analytic tool captures and measures KPI's, allowing you to zero in on your financial and environmental goals
Director of Operations, National Retailer
“We were using another broker, but switched to WDS's national account program because of their transparency, ease of business and ability to find the lowest rates. WDS communicates with the field managers, switched our providers, took care of all the contracts, and we had zero disruptions. They completed the transition before I even knew anything happened. The only thing we noticed was the savings.”