Our Customers Do Great Things
Our customers do some truly amazing things and are at the heart of what we do.
Learn more about their successes – and how we have partnered with them to combat contamination, increase diversion and educate a new generation of world-class recyclers.
Our Customer Success Stories
RRRASOC pairs digital tools with their recycling education programs to reduce call volumes and contamination
With the help of their digital recycling communication tools, RRRASOC has saved an estimated 200 calls per day. Their digital tools combined with their existing recycling education programs helped them reduce contamination.
Eureka Recycling Leverages ReCollect’s Tools to Differentiate and Meet Recycling Communication Goals
Learn how digital tools helped Eureka Recycling differentiate in a competitive market while improving communication and accessibility of recycling information and education.
East Hants, NS exceeds recycling communications goals while significantly reducing call volumes
In this case study, we explore East Hants’ success with their digital tools and how they were able to significantly reduce call volumes, meet their recycling program’s goals and keep their audience highly engaged.
City and County of Honolulu Tackle Illegal Dumping Successfully
In this case study, we review how the City and County of Honolulu (City), Refuse Division of the Department of Environmental Services (ENV) was able to tackle the complex challenge of illegal dumping, and transform it into a win for everyone.
City of Denver Increases Resident Reach and Engagement With ReCollect Digital Tools
In this case study, Tay Dunklee, Program Administrator for City of Denver Solid Waste, explains how she uses digital tools from ReCollect to empower Denver’s 181,000 households to recycle better.
City of Scottsbluff, NE, achieves recycling communication goals and tackles illegal dumping with digital recycling tools
Learn how Scottsbluff, NE was able to reduce call volumes significantly, provide a better, easier experience to residents with city services while keeping track of curbside collections.
Rogue Disposal Improves Customer Engagement and Education By Partnering With ReCollect
In this case study, we outline how Rogue Disposal was able to navigate industrydrastic changes, and turn the challenge into an opportunity to help customers recycle better.
City of Olathe Increases Resident Engagement, Lowers Costs By Partnering With ReCollect
In this case study, Jamie Shockley, Strategic Communications Analyst at the City of Olathe, explains the benefits and successes of their partnership with ReCollect.
Clark County, WA Switches To Multi-Community Resident Communications For Trash Collection Scheduling
Wanting to reduce call volumes and increase resident engagement, Clark County moves to multi-community digital apps to communicate collection schedules online.
City of Buckeye, AZ: Delivering Recycling Education In a Challenging Demographic
In this case study, we review how the City of Buckeye, AZ significantly lowered inbound calls while teaching residents and seasonal visitors how to recycle right using digital tools to bridge the communications gap.
Momentum Recycling: Leveraging ReCollect’s Tools To Pursue Zero Waste
In this case study, we review how Momentum Recycling has utilized ReCollect’s tools to step up its commitment to an improved user experience, while reducing call volumes and creating greater operation efficiency.
City of Saskatoon Lowers Call Volume While Fostering Better Recyclers With ReCollect
In this case study, Mike Dawe, Environmental Coordinator for the City of Saskatoon’s Solid Waste Programs, explains how he relies on digital tools for solid waste provided by ReCollect to reduce phone calls from residents.
City of Kingston Improves Resident Satisfaction and Recycling Behaviour With Digital Tools
Fighting the clock on a major routing and collection change where both recycling and trash collection days were changing, the City of Kingston went digital with ReCollect for primary communications with residents.
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