Recycle with Clarity partner, iWaste, has developed a free new app to help customers achieve fast and simple collections of waste.
Available anytime and anywhere, the new app, called iWaste for iPhone, is used by customers wanting to dispose of waste. By capturing a photograph or a 15 second video of the waste they need to dispose, the app GeoTags their location and asks how soon they would like collection. The request is then submitted to iWaste, who provide a quote and collection arrangements.
iWaste founder Sam Prentice says: “We’ve built up a strong reputation for exceptional customer service. The new iWaste for iPhone app is a natural extension of that ethos – we wanted to ensure that businesses could use our service in the most efficient and modern way possible.
“It’s about making life easier for our customers. This app has allowed us to take things a step further and make waste management a quick and enjoyable task.”
Recycle with Clarity project manager, Vikkie Fitzgerald, added: “The Recycle with Clarity network was set up with an ambition to increase domestic electrical recycling rates for local areas and help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill or illegally exported. As a forward-thinking company ourselves, we’re delighted to see our partners developing innovative ideas, such as this app, that are helping to make it easier than ever for people to recycle their waste electrical items.”
For more information on iWaste or the app, visit http://www.iwaste.co.uk/.
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Founded in 2011, Recycle with Clarity has welcomed sites from all over theUK and continues to grow. Our national network of WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) disposal sites offers free alternative recycling solutions to civic amenity sites. We work with the full spectrum of recycling sites - from the sophisticated Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities to the ‘man with a van’ local clearance specialists.
If you are interested in joining our growing network, contact Vikkie Fitzgerald, Project Manager, on 01273 929212 or email: email@example.com.
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