The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the global economy in an unprecedented way. The waste and recycling industry—while deemed an essential service and therefore not shut down—has experienced its own set of negative effects, both long and short-term.
Wastebits provides software and services to power the waste industry, reducing work, ensuring compliance, and providing unparalleled insights into today's waste data.
Akron, OH - Wastebits announced today the release of a digital manifest solution to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on paper manifests and is giving away access to the software for free—without the need to create an account.
As Wastebits continues to monitor developments regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, we wanted to take a moment to inform you about our plans.
Beginning October 2019 (the beginning of fiscal year 2020), the Federal EPA fees for e-Manifest will be increasing through September 30, 2021.
The concept of big data has developed concern in some corners due to negative press over a range of issues, including potential data breaches, the misuse of information by collectors of data and overall privacy issues. This has resulted in a reluctance of many customers to provide valuable information to companies and/or public sector entities.
Environmental Health and Safety Managers have a lot on their plates. From developing an organized system for following and complying with environmental regulations, to managing waste and/or reducing the business’ carbon footprint, there are a growing number of data points to keep track of and systems to optimize.