edoc – Waste transfer goes digital
We are all trying to reduce the amount of materials we use & waste we produce. So should we really need to keep paper records to demonstrate compliance with waste Duty of Care requirements?
Why not use edoc (electronic duty of care), a new system to create, share, sign and record waste transfer notes online? It’s free, safe & secure, and is backed by government bodies and the waste sector.
Up to now, Waste Transfer Notes (WTNs) – those important pieces of evidence to show you are handling waste properly – have largely been completed by hand, with paper copies kept on file for the requisite two years or more.
It is estimated that around 23 million new WTNs are created each year, adding up to a mountain of unnecessary paper and an administrative headache for businesses.
edoc enables you to create WTNs securely online, where you can manage, search, interrogate and retrieve them quickly and easily. It will reduce unnecessary administration, save you time and money, and it will save paper and storage space, bringing further cost benefits. You will be able to generate reports on the waste transfers you have been involved in, invaluable for business planning and auditing, and a great source of information for any business wanting to identify waste prevention measures and efficiencies that will benefit the bottom line. If you are required to report waste tonnages, edoc will also help you do that.
edoc – key features:
- Create a waste transfer note and share it between parties
- Review, edit, sign and store waste transfer records online
- Receive automatic email notifications when there is an action for your attention
- See a log of actions performed, by whom and when
- Create a season ticket with the option to include multiple waste types, containers and collection frequencies
- Receive email alerts when a season ticket is about to expire
- Search and retrieve records quickly and easily
- Create downloadable business reports on the waste transfers you have been involved in
- Use an optional tracking system to see the fate of your waste.
More information is available at: www.edoconline.co.uk