Enaptive to Introduce WasteRunner at WasteExpo

New system targets companies in the waste management field.

March 27, 2013
Recycling Today Staff
Equipment & Products

Enaptive Inc., a creator of asset and logistics management systems for companies in the scrap recycling and transportation sector, will launch its newest product, WasteRunner, at the upcoming WasteExpo show in New Orleans, May 20-23, 2013. WasteRunner is a fully integrated container management and asset tracking system that has been designed for companies in the waste management industry.

The WasteRunner module is based on the company’s ScrapRunner program, which is used by scrap metal recycling companies.

The WasteRunner program offers a range of features, including asset geocoding; portable Windows OS on CDMA or GPRS networks; automated dispatch and tracking; and integration with scheduling program systems, which provides a seamless process that saves tangible time and real money, according to Enaptive.

“We are proud to be offering our newest solution for operators in the waste industry,” says Paresh Hirapara, CEO of Enaptive, based in Jacksonville, Fla. “After several large operators came to us seeking help, we determined the need was there for us to focus on creating a custom solution that addresses the unique operational and management needs of the majority of waste operators.”

Enaptive says it has beta tested the WasteRunner to ensure it could validate operational efficiencies, according to David Lee, vice president, client solutions, for Enaptive. “Waste processors are just now realizing they can greatly improve their bottom line by automating some of the operational aspects of their fleet operations and utilization of mobile assets.”

More information is available at www.wasterunner.com.