End of Waste Foundation and Ripple Glass are partnering to save the glass. With their common mission of increasing glass recycling rates, Ripple has implemented End of Waste's Blockchain Waste Traceability Software (BWTS) to provide immutable data to prove the increased rates. BWTS traces glass waste quantities from bin to new life. (MRF → Glass Processor → Manufacturer)
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Rocky Mountain Bottle Company implements End of Waste Foundation’s blockchain technology to increase recycling rates
End of Waste Foundation and Rocky Mountain Bottle Company have entered into a key partnership, combining End of Waste's blockchain technology software with Rocky Mountain's desire to manufacture more recycled glass cullet into new bottles. The EOWTM Blockchain Waste Traceability Software (BWTS) tracks glass waste quantities from bin to new life. (MRF → Glass Processor → Manufacturer.) The software ensures all the stakeholders are transparent in the transactions and provides immutable data. This data is analyzed and EOW provides technical solutions to continue to increase recycling rates.
End of Waste Foundation Inc. has formed its first partnership with Momentum Recycling, a glass recycling company located in Colorado and Utah. With their common goals of creating a zero waste, circular economy, Momentum is implementing End of Waste's traceability software based on blockchain technology. The EOW Blockchain Waste Traceability Software can track glass waste quantities from bin to new life. (Hauler → MRF →glass processor → manufacturer.) This software ensures quantities are recycled and provides immutable data to increase recycling rates.
End of Waste Foundation Inc., a public-service corporation based in California, attended ISRI2019 Convention and Exposition in Los Angeles, held April 8th-11th, 2019. With rising concerns with global warming, End of Waste's first traceability software, based on blockchain technology, is providing a tangible solution to what the company calls a broken system in the recycling industry.