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Areas of Expertise

SmartWaste is a start-up that educates waste generators on cost-effective waste systems working with local downstream communities to provide transparency and circularity.

Businesses are in need of safer, more effective waste stream management systems that can provide touchless or single touch programs for businesses and citizens.

Our waste technology partners provide the platforms to connect virtually as well as have access to real-time data. Our virtual education programs range from: SmartWaste Professionals, SmartWaste Warriors (K-12) and SmartWaste Citizens ( Public Sector).

Review all the specifics of SmartWaste's capabilities in one place - read through our full capability statement available in PDF form for viewing or download. Join our email list for access to that and more!


Custom Recycling Solutions

Plastic Recycling

Paper Recycling

Cardboard Recycling

Food-Waste Recycling

E-Waste Recycling


Secure Destruction

Onsite/Offsite Confidential Paper Shredding

Certified Hard Drive Destruction

Asset Tracking & Serialized Reporting


Logistics Services

Vendor Management Services

Reverse Logistics

Hauling Services



Auction Partners

Community Donations

Repurposing & Reallocation

Deductions & Write Off Opportunities

Regulations & Compliance Audits


Waste Technology Partnerships

IoT Sensors

Trash Bots

Asset Tracking

Dumpster Monitoring

Compactor Monitoring

Data Aggregation & Analytics


Equipment For Lease Or Sale

Self-Contained Compactors

Stationary Compactors

Vertical Compactors

Apartment Compactors

Cart Tippers


Waste/Recycling Dumpsters


Education Programs Around Sustainability & Governance

Smart Waste Professionals

Smart Waste Warriors (k-12)

Smart Waste Citizens


ISO Consulting & Implementation

Creation of general organizational quality management systems

Vendor Management best practices

Creation of Security Management Systems

Developing  a standard for Environmental Management Systems


Bloom Energy

  1. Refuse Collected: 4.09 Metric Tons

  2. Non-Refuse Material Collected: 2.46 Metric Tons

  3. Diversion Rate - 37.57%

Cloud Kitchen - Soma 475 6th Street, San Francisco

  1. Refuse Collected: 5.03 Metric Tons

  2. Non-Refuse Material Collected: 7.34 Metric Tons

  3. Diversion Rate - 59.36%

1109 McKay Dr. San Jose, CA 95131

  1. Refuse Collected: 4.49 Metric Tons

  2. Non-Refuse Material Collected: 2.99 Metric Tons

  3. Diversion Rate - 39.99%

2207 Bridgepointe Pkwy, San Mateo, CA 94404

  1. Refuse Collected: 1.93 Metric Tons

  2. Non-Refuse Material Collected: 7.05 Metric Tons

  3. Diversion Rate - 78.46%

Important Definitions

Diversion Rate

Your waste diversion rate represents how much of waste you divert from your facility without burn (incineration) or buy (landfill). When you are looking to improve the success of your recycling program it is critical to know your current waste diversion rate as a benchmark.

CO2e Emissions

Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. They include carbon dioxide produced during consumption of solid, liquid, and gas fuels and gas flaring. 

Refuse Container

A water-tight container that is constructed of metal or rigid plastic or other durable material impervious to rodents that is capable of being serviced without creating unsanitary conditions or such other containers that have been approved by the appropriate authority. Openings into the container such as covers and doors shall be tight-fitting and made of metal or rigid plastic.

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