Schüttflix now also offers full-system disposal
1 Germany-wide disposal network ensures transparency, uniform markets and fast processing
Frank Kramer, Waste Management Director at Schüttflix: “Digitalisation is a key competitive factor for waste management. With our product, we offer a simple solution to digitise existing analogue processes. Our customers benefit from this: less paperwork, more transparency, reduced costs.” For example, all documents such as waste disposal certificates or consignment notes can be viewed and retrieved digitally for each transport, loading points can be specified with metre accuracy via GPS data and payment is processed within one day. In the course of the year, further functions are to be added, including the connection to the electronic waste records procedure (eANV).
2 Waste producers can now manage their disposal processes independently and digitally via the Schüttflix app
Supply and disposal cleverly combined for more sustainability
In Germany, around 230 million tonnes of construction and demolition waste are produced every year. The largest share of this waste group is excavated soil. Most of this is already being recycled today. However, too little construction and demolition waste is put to higher-value use. “We think of supply and disposal together. By setting up a nationwide disposal network, we are bringing the actors in the waste value chain closer together and closing gaps in the material cycles. In this way, we are increasing the recycling rate and exploiting the material potential of many wastes. We also avoid empty runs and thus CO2 emissions through full-full transports,” explains Kramer.
Since the beginning of the year, Schüttflix customers and partners can have the disposal feature activated by their Schüttflix contact person. With just a few clicks, waste permits and certificates as well as carrier and disposal numbers are entered. The digital disposal process can then begin.