Automated waste ESG data
By collecting waste data you can provide customers with valuable information to help them make waste minimization decisions and set your operation apart from competitors. Make your operation indispensable and retain customers by giving them more visibility to monitor waste tonnage and implement waste reduction strategies.
Loadrite refuse truck scales are easy to understand, easy to use and can be connected to any garbage truck on-board computer. The Loadrite screen display is uncluttered and only relays pertinent information to the operator when required. This enables the operator to concentrate on what they do best without unnecessary distraction: refuse collection. The rear and front load truck scale share the same user interface. This advantage reduces the need for training of operators who drive both trucks on the use of the E2750.
The regulatory environment, where public safety and liability concerns underlay a trend towards more enforcement of overloading regulations is also a factor. To help prevent overloading, the net weight of each bin can also be added to a run total, so that the driver can monitor the total weight on the truck. Keeping the weight on the truck under its legal capacity also helps to minimize maintenance costs.
Loadrite garbage truck scales use LR970 solid-state position sensors to continuously report the position of the lift arm, ensuring optimal accuracy. The LR970 sensor measures pitch and roll angles, acceleration and the rate of rotation.
Legal for Trade
Legal for Trade facilitates easy invoicing by allowing the operator to measure payload weight during the lift cycle and provide traceable data on loading activity.
US retailers generate 10.5 million tons of food waste per year. One-third of food is sent to landfill. Most supermarkets don’t track their food waste which means there’s no clear data on how much edible food ends up in dumpsters. In 2021, lawmakers introduced 52 bills in 18 US States involving food waste management.
You, the waste hauler have the data. Leverage this data back to the customer to help them make waste minimization decisions, set your operation apart from competitors.
Most waste producers don’t know:
- How much waste they produce
- What types of waste (e.g. paper, compostable, landfill)
- Which locations produce more/less
- Trends or changes in waste generation
Waste data as competitive advantage:
Leverage your customers data to secure and retain business.
- More visibility for producers to monitor waste tonnage
- Transparency to implement waste reduction strategies
- Waste data by company, store, material types
- Prevent bin overloading to prevent spills and material litter
- Make your operation indispensable
How it works
Knowing the weight of each customer’s bin helps charging correctly; unprofitable customers are no longer subsidized by more profitable ones.
Accurate weighing ensures trucks are loaded to the correct value avoiding expensive overload fines.
Keeping the weight of the truck under its legal capacity helps to minimize maintenance costs
Having visibility of the current payload helps with the route optimization. Drivers can determine the best time to drive to the landfill or transfer station without over or under-loading the truck resulting in optimized truck utilization.
The front lift, rear lift and hook lift weighing system share the same user interface making operator transition seamless between trucks.
Loadrite printers provide a hard copy record/customer receipt of scale data, including:
- Bin weight and total weight
- Sequence number
- Time and date
- 3 user defined data fields
- Truck ID#
- User title
- Weight zeroed