Annual Full Service Options
Annual Full Service Options

Annual Full Service Options

Regular price $720.00 USD

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Full utilization of all SmartTrash® software, automation & scheduling systems. SmartTrash technicians monitor location, schedule pickups and update information.

Annual Full Service includes the following functions:

  1. Monitor Compactor Data

SmartTrash collects all critical data — energy usage, cycle time, frequency of operation — from a compactor.

  1.  Set-up the SmartTrash System.

SmartTrash technicians provide complete instructions on setting up the SmartTrash computer on any compactor. They can also remotely troubleshoot all technical issues.

  1. Calibrate SmartTrash Data.

SmartTrash technicians participate in collecting and analyzing initial data, calibrating it to machine performance and programming the system’s automation features.  

  1.  Schedule Pickups

Once the SmartTrash has been programmed, SmartTrash automatically schedules compactor pickups, checks if the pickup took place and closes-out haul orders.

In addition, the SmartTrash technician manages scheduling of compactor pickups, checking whether a pickup took place and closing-out haul orders.

  1. Interface With Hauler

The SmartTrash technician becomes the sole point of contact with the hauler, scheduling and confirming pickups and seeing any service issue is addressed. In addition, the SmartTrash technician sets up all special services (emergency pulls, repairs, steam cleaning, etc) to make sure they take place.  

  1. Input Weight Data

The SmartTrash technician collects all weights and inputs them into the SmartTrash system. This allows for a continuous improvement process, as the technician calibrates load density to energy reads, cycle times and usage levels.  It also ensures SmartTrash’s performance is evaluated with every pickup.

  1. Key Fob Management

The SmartTrash technician maintains the key RFID key fob or access card database, updating users and revoking privileges as the onsite manager sees fit. The technician also provides new key fobs or access cards and, if necessary, can go through the logs to determine who accessed a compactor and when.