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Announcing Wastebits Adjustable Reports

Announcing Wastebits Adjustable Reports

The Wastebits Dashboard has long been the home of some light reporting features, giving businesses an at-a-glance view of their waste activity. This is the first screen that many users see when they log into Wastebits, and several iterations over the years have made this entry screen a very useful page to launch from to complete various tasks. 

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Introducing Multi-Language Support with Wastebits

Introducing Multi-Language Support with Wastebits

Wastebits has long-served users across the United States, as well as their customers. Over time, however, our user base has been requesting the support of other languages, both for customers within the United States, and abroad. A growing number of people using the Wastebits platform are doing so from across the globe, and we want to be sure to provide the best experience possible in their native language.

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Announcing new VP of Sustainability: Melissa Puchalla

Announcing new VP of Sustainability: Melissa Puchalla

We are pleased to announce that Melissa Puchalla has joined Wastebits as our new Vice President of Sustainability. Melissa brings a wealth of experience to this role, with a background in global supply chain compliance and ESG strategy. In her new position, Melissa will lead our sustainability efforts and drive the development of new initiatives that align with our mission of reducing waste and promoting sustainability. Before joining Wastebits, Melissa served as Director of Supply Chain Compliance for a global industrial & construction supply distribution company, where she was responsible for developing and implementing enterprise-wide risk mitigation and ESG solutions to hundreds of national and government customers.

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How To Create a More Sustainable Business With a Circular Economy

How To Create a More Sustainable Business With a Circular Economy

As the world population grows, it becomes more important than ever for businesses to adopt sustainable practices. A circular economy is one way to achieve this, as it focuses on recycling and reuse. This can help reduce waste and environmental impact. There are many ways businesses can adopt a circular economy, including reducing packaging, choosing recycled materials, and partnering with recycling companies.

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Released: Hybrid e-Manifests & EPA/RCRA Integration

Released: Hybrid e-Manifests & EPA/RCRA Integration

In an effort to improve hazardous waste compliance and streamline the e-Manifest process, Wastebits has announced a new Hybrid e-Manifest option. This system unlocks a new level of integration with the EPA's RCRAinfo system, providing businesses with a more efficient way to manage their hazardous waste—reducing fees required for every manifest. This can save businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars over time.

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Hurricane Cleanup: Government Tools & Tips to Help You Recover

Hurricane Cleanup: Government Tools & Tips to Help You Recover

When a hurricane hits, the damage left in its wake can be devastating. Not only do you have to worry about repairing your home, but you also have to worry about the health and safety of your family. The Environmental Protection Agency has put together a list of tools and resources to help cleanup. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most important tools on that list, along with some of the CDC guidelines to keep you safe:

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Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ Are More Dangerous Than Once Thought

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is sounding the alarm on a group of toxic chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, which currently exist in millions of Americans' drinking water, cosmetics, and food packaging. In a new report, the EPA warns that these so-called "forever chemicals" pose a greater danger to human health than regulators previously thought.

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