Wastebits is a web-based platform that connects generators, waste facilities, and service providers for tracking and controlling waste activity. Through product and service offerings, Wastebits empowers these companies to save money, increase efficiency, and gain better control over their waste data.
Our technology connects people, conversations, and waste activities within a single ecosystem, providing the right people with the right information at the right time, transforming a labor-intensive, manual process.
"Finally, an automated platform bringing speed and efficiency to the waste profiling process for generators, treatment and disposal outlets, transporters and those providing regulatory oversight. The Wastebits platform brings uniformity to a process that historically has relied on a 'make your own form' world that is chaotic at best." Bruce Jernigan, VP (retired)
Environmental Protection Waste Management
After almost 2 years of building and refining the software, Wastebits officially launched in January 2014. Since then, we've been supporting clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium independent service providers across North America and beyond.
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Streamline all waste activity
- Single-source for waste communication
- Profile status update notifications
- State & regulatory forms library
Faster online approvals
- Automatic profile expiration notifications
- Renewals with specified conditions
- Instant updates for teams and customers
- Custom branded portals
- Fully managed access and permissions.
- Manage multiple locations with a single sign-on
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