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VIDEO CASE STUDY: C&D Hauler Forever Clean Uses Remote Container Monitoring to Increase Revenue By 30%

Meet Scott and Nick Tart of Forever Clean---a family business near Raleigh, NC pioneering the next step in efficiency and customer service in Construction & Demolition hauling.

By working with Compology, Forever Clean is tracking 300 roll-off container locations, managing inventory availability, and remotely vetting its hauls to make efficient, proactive pick ups at 90% or fuller--and almost one week quicker than if they relied solely on customer call-ins. Forever Clean can now provide premium customer service and differentiate their offering from both small and large competitors.

Having greater visibility into its operations helps Forever Clean increase its dispatch efficiency, reduce operating expenses/overhead, and turn containers 30 percent more often to increase revenue. Maximizing their container utilization means Forever Clean is operating with healthy margins of greater than 50 percent. With the capital Forever Clean saves, they’re making smarter investments in new trucks and other assets, eliminating future maintenance and upgrade needs that are typical for used equipment.

Forever Clean customers, who are mostly commercial and residential contractors, are also benefiting from proactive service pickups. Forever Clean customer can worry about the job at hand and trust Forever Clean to take out the trash.

This video is the first in a series of case studies about how Compology’s remote container monitoring is driving efficiency and growth for waste haulers and generators across North America. Stay tuned for more!

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