PHOENIX, Ariz. -- WIH Resource Group, Inc., now offers subscription based software, powered by RecycleMatch, as a platform for large manufacturers, as well as solid waste companies, municipalities and other major generators to maximize the economic value of their waste byproducts, Recyclables, commodities and surplus equipment.
The RecycleMatch platform was initially developed based on feedback from large corporate customers who were seeking tools to accelerate their zero waste efforts and to better manage the sale of their recyclables for fair market value and maximum economic returns.
“Recycling markets are very relationship based,” said Bob Wallace, Principal & VP of Client Solutions of WIH Resource Group, Inc.. “RecycleMatch’s subscription software tool is the first one I’ve seen that takes that into consideration and offers a solution to increase economic returns from waste byproducts, whether they be commodity recyclables, organics, chemicals, or even materials or items that currently have no known value.”
The RecycleMatch subscription based platform allows users to set up and manage their own online auctions, sealed bid sales, reverse auctions, RFPs and landfill diversion listings on their own private, web-based marketplace with invitation only access.
“Invitation only access to the material sales is key for maintaining those existing relationships that companies hold dear” said RecycleMatch Founder and CEO, Brooke Farrell. Subscribers can invite one or two of their own trusted buyers, or they can investigate new potential buyers from RecycleMatch’s database of thousands of buyers, then selectively invite as few or as many as they would like.
Multiple users within one company can use the tool to manage all waste byproduct related transactions in one place. The platform can be also be configured for waste services providers who want to give their customers 24-7 online access to automated sustainability metrics related to waste.
“Some forward thinking companies have also discussed giving their customers the ability to identify new material streams that they want to divert from landfills using the tool. That’s the kind of innovative thinking that we get excited about” said Farrell.
SOURCE: WIH Resource Group Inc.