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Do you need to print waste labels? With Wastebits, we aim to reduce the need to type things over and over again, and have created a way to print labels directly from our software using the information that has already been typed in for the Waste Stream.
Step 1: Open or Create a Waste Stream
For more information on creating a Waste Stream, see our dedicated article on How to Create a Waste Stream.
Step 2: Select Print Waste Stream Labels
Under the Actions menu in the upper-right of a waste stream detail view, select Print Waste Stream Labels.
Note: If you do not see this option reach out to our sales team for a demo or to have it enabled for your account.
Step 3: Select the Type of Label You Need to Print
With the print dialogue box, you will have the option to select from a number of labels that are already formatted within our system. If you have a specific requirement for a label that is not in the dropdown list, please let us know and we can develop a solution.
Step 4: Print the PDF
After hitting Print, a PDF document will open with all of the information of your label in the correct places ready to be printed. You can choose to print immediately or revisit this Waste Stream to print at a later time (or if you need multiple copies).
How to Find the Label
The label will automatically open the first time you press the Print button, but if you need to find the label PDF again, you can navigate to Documents within the Waste Stream, and the label will be listed as a file that you can click to re-open the PDF.
How to View History
Curious when a label was created, or by whom? Within the Waste Stream you can also click on History to view the time, date, and person who created the label.
We're Here to Help
If you are ready for label printing from within Wastebits, and you don't already have the option enabled within your account (or if you need to get started with Wastebits and all we have to offer), contact a member of our sales team today and we will get you set up!