Web Apps for Waste Reduction

“The support provided by iWaste-Not Systems is professional and timely. They make the complications of programming appear straightforward and convert administrator requests into final product. CMEX is fortunate to be working with a group so dedicated to what they do behind the scenes. I would highly recommend working with iWaste-Not Systems, in fact have already suggested to other industrial waste exchanges throughout North America to consider switching from their current system.” Sarah Begg, Program Coordinator, Calgary Materials Exchange, Clean Calgary Association

RECAP

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

SURPLUS MARKETPLACE

MnTAP - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

2GOOD2WASTE

RECYCLING COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

CITY OF PORT ANGELES & CLALLAM COUNTY, WASHINGTON

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON

METHOW RECYCLES

CUSTOM

AMERICAN WOOD COUNCIL - BUILDING MATERIALS REUSE ASSOCIATION

RECYCLOPEDIA

For a full list of participating communities, visit www.recyclopedia.org

FORMER CLIENTS

We’ve worked with a diverse group of clients over the course of our 15+ years in business. Some of our satisfied former customers include:

CITY OF NEW YORK & CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK - NYC Waste Match
The City of New York used our waste exchange software from 2007 to 2015, when city management decided to take all Reuse & Recycling services ‘in house’ to be managed by the City’s I.T. department. We provided them them with the specifications and design for their in-house Waste Exchange service for businesses, donateNYC.
CITY OF CHICAGO - City of Chicago Soil & Rubble Exchange
The City of Chicago used our software for five years to re-locate surplus dirt to other areas where it was needed. Unfortunately, in 2013, the city’s Environment Department was terminated, along with the exchange.
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - ScrapMatchGA
ScrapMatchGA was an Industrial Waste Exchange we provided to the Department of Natural Resources for the State of Georgia. In 2010, the State reorganized their DNR and eliminated the unit that managed the program.
GREEN CALGARY - Calgary Materials Exchange
The Calgary Material Exchange operated very successfully from 2004 to 2012 when the Green Calgary Association which operated it lost its funding and reorganized.
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - Puerto Rico Materials Exchange
This bi-lingual Materials Exchange operated for several years with funding from the U.S. EPA. We provided the service by contract with the EPA. Unfortunately, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico was unable to continue funding the exchange when the EPA grant ran out.