Waste removal management can be a cumbersome and costly task for many businesses. A new web-based service, called Grid Waste may be the solution. Grid Waste helps waste generators get competitive quotes from trash haulers and better manage sites.
Online waste management system, Grid Waste, announced today that it has brought back the site's referral program. The company hopes that the referral program with incentivize current members and new members nationwide to utilize the system's services for waste removal. Grid Waste's service, which is provided free for both residential and commercial waste generators, includes sourcing and managing waste removal needs.
The Grid Waste Referral Program is designed to reward both the referrer and the referred with a $10 incentive for the referrer and the referee. The offer is only valid until June 20th. Users who sign up for Grid Waste can also onboard their existing contract with their current provider. The tools available on Grid Waste are free to use by waste generators.
About Grid Waste
Founded in late 2013, Grid Waste is addressing the issue that many businesses are challenged with, offering a solution to lowering monthly waste removal service charges and the time spent on managing these services. Working with waste haulers throughout the nation, Grid Waste connects waste generators to service providers in their area through a simple online user interface. Waste haulers bid on work opportunities, providing their lowest quotes, guaranteeing low prices to waste generators.
Grid Waste allows users to measure, manage, and pay for their services via the online user interface. The system tracks haulers and their service activity with real-time reports directly to the online system. Users, especially those who manage bigger businesses such as hotels or property management companies, can consolidate their waste removal services under one system. The data is available via a downloadable spreadsheet so companies can measure the efficiency and effectiveness of their waste service providers.
To learn more about Grid Waste, visit their site at www.gridwate.com.