B&M Waste Services “First” To Roll Out EDOC In The UK

image001B&M Waste Services have claimed to be the first waste management company in the UK to roll out the very latest technology in electronic waste transfer notes throughout their services.

With over 7,000 customers in the UK ranging from SME’s to blue chip organisations, the technology allows customers to register, sign and keep their legally required waste transfer notes online in an electronic format online.

Neil Curtis, managing director at B&M Waste Services said: “As a business we are always streamlining our processes to be more efficient for our customers and more environmentally friendly.

“The current paper-based system is outdated, time-consuming and costly, and doesn’t align with our recycling-led core values as a business, so we eagerly anticipated this new system”

“As soon as we were made aware that the Environment Agency was preparing to launch a new online system for recording waste transfers we were eager to be involved.”

B&M Waste Services were involved in the Business Advisory Group for edoc and were able to advise and influence the development of the final product.

Being a part of the group meant that B&M were involved with testing the online system prior to its release.

“The current paper-based system is outdated, time-consuming and costly, and doesn’t align with our recycling-led core values as a business, so we eagerly anticipated this new system.

“As a result, once implemented, our customers have benefited from a paperless system, which fits well with our Carbon Neutral status, which we have held since 2011.”

Edoc recently won a Best LIFE Environment award, being one of 25 projects chosen as winners in the three strands of the LIFE programme – Nature, Environment, and Information & Communication.


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