With the introduction of Mandalay Technologies’ naus Intelligence Platform, the City of Darwin is the latest Australian metropolitan council to move its waste data into the cloud.
Through the installation of Mandalay Technologies’ weighbridge system, WMRC is better positioned to deliver on its commitment to efficiently manage waste for Perth’s central western communities.
Waste Management Review speaks with Banana Shire Council’s Dr Keith Halford and Des Mackellar about their plans to drive regional investment through industrial resource recovery.
As waste management and resource recovery evolves, so too do the needs of facility operators.
With regulatory environments and the nature of waste management constantly shifting, waste managers and councils are tasked with complex decision making when it comes to their day-to-day operations.
When it comes to waste facility operations, what are some common customer concerns?
Andrea Baldwin of Albury City Council outlines how Mandalay Technologies’ Resident Product Suite is set to unlock sustainable resource recovery growth and regional collaboration.
Business and site rules, software and the world are changing, and with all of that in mind, how do waste operators maintain the health of their organisation?
What does success look like when managing data administration? And how can administration in the system be set up to improve efficiency, accuracy and speed?
What’s in a bin? What’s the service profile? What’s the diversion rate?