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FAQ Waste Edge Fullness Monitors and Wasteview

Questions about Waste Edge Fullness Monitors

Q: My compactor container is picked up on a regular schedule. So what's the benefit of Waste Edge here?

A: Major dollar savings! Chances are that most of the time when your containers are pulled, there's a lot more space available in the container. With Waste Edge, your compactors will automatically call in their own pick-up orders when they are actually full and ready to be picked up.

Q: How can a Waste Edge Monitor reduce my hauling cost when I already wait until the compactor is full before I call for a pick-up?

A: The patented Waste Edge system is the only accurate way to monitor fullness in a compactor container. It is not possible to reliably determine fullness by watching a pressure gauge, tapping the side of a container - or marking the calendar. By automatically calling in for a pickup only when the container is actually full, Waste Edge can greatly reduce the number of pickups required. To see a demonstration of why you need a Waste Edge Fullness Monitor, click here.

Q: If I don't call in for frequent pickups, don't I risk overflows?

A: Just the opposite with Waste Edge! It's designed to contact the hauler with plenty of time to spare. You'll never have to phone in for emergency service, because the call will, automatically, always go out on time.

Q: Is my existing compactor compatible with Waste Edge?

A: The answer is "Yes " for almost all types and models of compactors. Waste Edge can be retrofitted to most new and existing compactors- with minimal installation time involved.

Q: Is my hauler compatible with Waste Edge?

A: Absolutely! Hundreds of haulers across North America, including the largest hauling firms in the world, have customers using Waste Edge. In fact, many haulers recommend One Plus Monitors in their new contract bids, allowing them to offer the most competitive pricing while improving their own efficiency.

Q: Besides my compactor, what does the installation of Waste Edge need?

A: Just a clean source of power and a standard single phone line.

Q: Do I need to hire someone to install Waste Edge?

A: Compaction Plus has priced the unit with installation included. Customer to provide analog telephone line within 6' of where the control panel will be mounted.

Questions about WasteView

Q: What is WasteView?

A: WasteView is the world's first Internet-based compactor monitoring system. You can view the status of one – or hundreds of your compactor containers, at any time.

Q: Would I need special Software to utilize WasteView?

A: No. WasteView can be accessed via a web browser from an unlimited number of standard PCs, for an unlimited number of compactors. Compactors must be monitored by the Waste Edge Systems.

Q: My compactor is already being monitored by the Waste Edge System. Can I use WasteView on these compactors?
A: Yes. WasteView can be accessed for new or existing compactors which have the Waste Edge System.

Q: Would I be able to download the various WasteView reports into other Windows applications?
A: Yes. Reports can be created and then downloaded into applications such as Excel.

Q: How would the hauler be advised to schedule a pick-up for a full container?

A: WasteView works together with Waste Edge Monitors which automatically request pick-ups at just the right time and log the results. Pick-ups can be automatically requested via e-mail, Pager, Fax or by notification to a PC.

Q: Can I view, graphically, the real-time status of any of my compactors?
A: Yes. You can view real-time status of any compactor, including fullness status, pick-up activity, date and time of each pick-up – and much more.

Q: If my compactor status information is displayed on the web, can't everyone see it?

A: No. You view your data privately over an internet connection.

QWho Uses The Waste Edge System Now?

A: Partial Client List

  • Abbott Labs
  • Allied Waste Industries
  • American Airlines
  • American University
  • Anheuser-Busch
  • Baxter Laboratories
  • Brandon Town Center, FL
  • Cateraire
  • Chrysler Corporation
  • Costco
  • Cub Foods
  • Dell Computer
  • DePaul University
  • Doubletree Inn
  • E.L. Harvey & Sons
  • Equity Properties
  • Famous-Barr
  • Ford Motor Company
  • General Electric
  • General Mills
  • General Motors
  • General Services Administration
  • W.W. Grainger
  • Harley Davidson Motor Company
  • Hilton Hotels
  • Honeywell
  • Hotel Inter-Continental
  • Hunt & Wesson
  • IBM
  • Illinois Masonic Medical Center
  • John Deere
  • Johnson Controls
  • Kimberly Clark Corporation
  • Kraft
  • Kmart
  • Kroger Foods
  • Land's End Lowe's
  • Marriott
  • Meijer
  • Mervyn's
  • Midway Airport - Chicago
  • Miller Brewing Company
  • Nabisco Foods
  • Nestle USA
  • Navy Pier, Chicago
  • Novartis
  • Pacific Bell Telephone
  • Packard Bell
  • Pfizer
  • Philadelphia Spectrum
  • Publix
  • Quad/Graphics
  • R.R. Donnelly
  • Recycle Solutions
  • Republic Services
  • Ritz Carlton Hotels
  • Rumpke Consolidated Companies
  • Segerdahl Corporation
  • Shop 'N Save
  • Sky Chefs
  • St. Luke's Hospital
  • Sub Zero Freezer Company
  • Superior Services
  • The Limited Distribution
  • Trammel Crow Corporate Services
  • United States Postal Service
  • Walgreens
  • Walt Disney
  • Washington National Airport
  • Waste Industries Inc.
  • Waste Management Inc.
  • Woodfield Mall
  • Xerox Corporation

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