One Plus Enters its 25th Year of Saving Customers Millions of Dollars!
Twenty-five years ago, One Plus Corporation created a new way for industrial waste compactor users to lower their waste removal costs. Over that time, their customer companies have saved countless millions of dollars and significantly reduced their carbon footprints, by eliminating hundreds of thousands of unnecessary waste compactor pickups.
Waste Compactor Monitoring System Guarantees Cost Hauling Reduction, Adds Capabilities
The latest generation, the WIRELESS WASTE EDGE compactor monitor has been announced by One Plus Corporation. As with previous models, the WASTE EDGE System accurately monitors the fullness of an industrial/commercial waste compactor. When the compactor container becomes full, the Monitor automatically sends a pick-up request to the hauler and/or other designated recipients. Typical reduction in hauls is 30 to 50% vs. manual call-ins or scheduled pickups. This new model has additional capabilities to send remote alerts if the compactor is not performing up to its manufacturer’s specifications.
Sears Taps Waste Compactor Monitoring to Lower Hauling Costs
Even before the recent economic downturn, competitive pressures in the retailing industry had caused retailers of all sizes to re-examine virtually every aspect of their operations and seek out improvements.
Illinois Doubles Waste Disposal Fee
Illinois businesses are being impacted by yet another jump in state government fees, as the Governor and General Assembly look for ways to balance their budget. With a $5 billion deficit, and a campaign pledge by the Governor not to raise sales or income taxes, the state is looking just about everywhere else for money.
Remote Monitoring in Food Plants
Jay Simon, Vice President of One Plus, joins other industry experts to share insights into how remote monitoring can benefit operators of Food Manufacturing Plants.