Pictured: William Flanagan, Commercial & Technology Director at OpenSky Data Systems.
Derbyshire County Council has announced a two-year contract with OpenSky Data Systems, Gov-Tech business specialists of customised IT solutions, as part of plans to support its Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy.
The iWDMS (Integrated Waste Data Management System) by OpenSky will support the processing of waste movements in the Derbyshire County Council area. OpenSky are delighted to add Derbyshire to their large portfolio of UK & Ireland waste authorities utilising their Waste Data Management Solution.
The partnership expects the software to support a range of aims including:
- capture some of the waste disposal authority’s contract tonnage data
- submission of the waste collection authorities’ tonnage data
- management of authorised vehicle tipping lists
William Flanagan, Commercial & Technology Director at OpenSky, commented: “As waste policy and reporting compliance requirements evolve in the UK, this contract showcases the significant investment and dedication by Derbyshire County Council, to address the gaps in waste data management for Waste Disposal Authorities and Waste Partnerships.
We are delighted that Derbyshire have chosen our unique iWDMS system and join our growing portfolio of waste authorities such as Essex County Council, Buckinghamshire County Council, Leicestershire County Council, Norfolk County Council, North London Waste Authority amongst others – reinforcing our number one position as the leading digital waste tracking & reporting solution provider for waste authorities in the UK & Ireland.”