Egbert Taylor has won the Smarter Systems (Efficiency) Award at this year’s MRW National Recycling Awards
Egbert Taylor are a long standing and successful netBin reseller installing and supporting many deployments across the UK since late 2016. Their innovative approach to container design and the industry combined with netBin technology has been a great success.
The MRW National Recycling Awards took place at London Hilton, Park Lane on the 27th June. Over 600 of the recycling sector’s prominent figures came to celebrate the waste industry’s achievements and there were 21 categories to compete across. Egbert Taylor beat 10 other companies that had been shortlisted for the coveted category.
Smarter Systems (Efficiency) Award was presented to Egbert Taylor following its partnership with the UK’s largest textile recycling business, Nathan’s Wastesavers. Egbert Taylor integrated netBin’s innovative locking system nLok and remote monitoring solution nPod into their textile banks. This responded to problems with textile materials theft, which was costing Nathan’s Wastesavers £3,000 per week.
nLok provides a very secure technological barrier to thieves, it wirelessly communicates with authorised collectors to enable banks to be opened and all access logged and reported automatically
netBin’s sensor technology nPod has also enabled collection teams to remotely establish how full each unit is. If full, Nathan’s Wastesavers will send someone out to empty it to ensure that users can continue correctly depositing the waste in the bank itself. If not full, then they no longer send out trucks on trips to empty the banks, saving time, resource and the carbon emissions associated with unnecessary empties
On collecting the award, which was presented to Egbert Taylor by English comedian and actress Kerry Godliman, Kevin Docherty, Sales Manager, commented:
“The National Recycling Awards is a beacon of excellence for our industry and we’re delighted to not only have been recognised on a national level for our achievements, but also to have beaten some of the nation’s most well-known names to the title. We’re incredibly proud of our work with Nathan’s Wastesavers and we now look forward to continue building on our success and developing our partnership.”
Other firms shortlisted for the prize included Minster Surfacing, Reconomy, Valpak and Thompson Recycling & Landfill.
About FarSite Communications
FarSite is the developer of the smart city focused netBin waste monitoring product suite and has also developed wide variety of data communication products and services for the business sector. These products include Gateways and M2M / IoT products, supplied through a global network of distributors, with products shipped to over 100 countries.
The company is based in Basingstoke UK and Guangzhou, China and can boast export sales to a highly prestigious international client list. These include some of the world’s leading names in the banking, government, aerospace, military and retail communications sectors.
FarSite is a past winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade category
Press information from:
Lloyd Scott, FarSite Communications Ltd.
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