Rochester, N.Y. — Waste Harmonics, a national managed waste service provider, has acquired Contelligent, a global leader in intelligent container monitoring solutions and analytics. With the acquisition, Waste Harmonics will expand the breadth of its service offerings, integrating Contelligent’s innovative technology to provide its customers with elite waste management services.
Waste Harmonics and Contelligent share a sense of values and a similar transparent approach to doing business, with a focus on providing superior customer experience. Contelligent, formerly known as One Plus Systems, is the longest running and original fullness monitoring technology company in the United States. The combined synergies of Waste Harmonics’ iWaste and Contelligent’s solutions and analytics platform will form a powerful force in waste management technology, blending the company’s strengths in cloud-based analytics, monitoring and reporting.
Waste Harmonics’ proprietary technology, iWaste, is a secure, cloud-based dashboard that provides real-time fullness status, activity data and equipment health.
With this acquisition, Waste Harmonics is adding over 10,000 devices to its network in the United States and Canada, and now has customers in Israel, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Asia and Europe. In the next 18 months, tens of thousands of Waste Harmonics’ iWaste and Contelligent’s collective devices will be deployed in various industries internationally.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Contelligent to the Waste Harmonics team,” says Michael Hess, CEO of Waste Harmonics. “In the spirit of constant evolution and service to our customers, vendors and the industry, this addition positions us to enhance our efforts and expand our footprint globally. The fusion of our capabilities will complement one another and allow us to offer a comprehensive waste management solution to support data-driven business transformation for our customers.”
Based in Victor, N.Y., Waste Harmonics, a portfolio company of Arcapita, is a managed service provider in the waste industry. The company manages waste contracts and third-party vendors, and ultimately helps customers with what every business develops: waste. Waste Harmonics provides a comprehensive outsourced waste management consolidation service for companies and corporations with 5,000+ locations. For more information, visit www.wasteharmonics.com.
SOURCE: Waste Harmonics