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Banks

New Market was tasked with generating savings, right sizing containers and service levels, minimizing the number of vendors, where appropriate, and consolidating invoices into a single monthly invoice. Another task was to identify and place dumpsters at branches where the janitorial company would take “bank” trash to random dumpsters which created a high security risk for the bank. Prior to hiring New Market Waste, the bank was using approximately 200 haulers and sending multiple invoices to various addresses. In addition, the service levels were highly inconsistent for solid waste removal across the banks portfolio which needed to be addressed. The choice of haulers in each area was also a challenge due to the small rural cities where many of these sites were located.

New Market performed detailed waste audits at various sites to understand the waste composition. From there, we developed plans based on the different real estate facilities and made recommendations to the facility managers. Our recommendations, offered to the facilities, were geared to maximize savings while not interfering with day to day operations for the bank. Once the service levels were approved by the bank, New Market implemented and oversaw the service changes. We communicated all changes prior to and ensured a smooth transition. New Market already has a selection and bid process with its preferred vendors.


  • Reducing the number of haulers to less than 100

  • Reducing the number of invoices to ONE easy to read invoice that was customized to capture all the data the bank needed to track for their internal corporate reporting

  • Consistent and appropriate service levels at each branch maximizing savings and minimizing/eliminating any disruption to the individual bank branches

  • Generated savings well over 31% for actual services provided, plus an additional annual savings of $11% of internal costs through the consolidation of nearly 800 invoices into a single invoice from New Market


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Food
Distribution

New Market was tasked with generating savings, right sizing containers and service levels, minimizing the number of vendors, where appropriate, and consolidating over 387 site invoices into a single monthly invoice. Our Client wanted us to focus and come up with a new recycling program that would decrease the cost and improve their waste diversions. we developed a composting and plastic program for all areas that had appropriate waste for composting. Prior to hiring New Market Waste, almost all feed waste and grain bags were going into the landfill. This was especially challenging considering that the processing plants were located in remote, rural areas of the country.

Expired Feed Waste

  • 3,700 tons of expired feed waste was going into their solid waste containers annually

  • Spent $190K each year to dispose of these materials

  • New Market implemented a composting program for this material by using larger open tops or trailers

  • NMWS also designed a cover system to ensure the client was not paying for excess water weight

  • Able to provide 34% savings

Grain Bags

  • 144 tons of grain bags was going into their solid waste containers annually

  • Spent $21K each year to dispose of these materials

  • New Market implemented a recycling program by baling these bags and exporting them directly to buyer at no charge

  • Able to divert 84% of the grain bags (cost avoidance of $18K annually) and capture $9K per year in rebates for the material


  • 18 new locations for the composting program

  • Through this program we diverted over 23 million pounds of waste out of the landfills (helped diverted 34% of their waste)

  • Gross savings of 41%

  • Reduced sites carbon foot prints due to the ability to use larger containers for compost material vs standard dumpsters and open tops


 

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Charlotte, NC 282011

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