For leaders in local government, one of the most challenging responsibilities is planning, delivering, and maintaining infrastructure. Without accurate and relevant data, the delivery of these services can fall short of community requirements. Examples across the waste services delivered by council include:
- Residential and commercial waste production: What are the volumes and types of waste being generated across these sectors?
- A detailed understanding of facilities within your region (both within your LGA and neighbouring regions): What are the capacities of these facilities and how close to those capacities are they?
- Waste vouchers and bulk waste pick up: Are these services being delivered to your community, at what cost, and who is using them and who is not?
Without real data, a clear understanding across these areas are met with guesswork at best.
Access to detailed information
Knowledge built from current, accurate and relevant data captured across the waste services delivered to your community will aid in infrastructure planning.
Access to this data can be facilitated via waste facility management software that not only captures data but also presents data in near real-time dashboards and reporting.