The Future of Waste Management for Multifamily
The average multifamily property is wasting thousands of dollars per month on unnecessary contamination, overages and pickup fees. This means you’re most likely paying full price for a service that hauls half the amount in your contract.
And that’s just the beginning of cost inefficiencies associated with trash and recycling disposal.
The good news is that technology offers a solution: the first cloud-based platform for multifamily. Capable of assessing the location of each dumpster on a property to accurately optimize pickups, locations, fullness, capacity, content and contamination levels, it can cut costs for managing waste by an average of 40%.
Join this webcast to learn more about the way our technology works, plus:
- The history of multifamily trash design
- Why recycling is here to stay
- What COVID has changed about our waste environment
- The challenges of waste reporting
- How to leverage data to create focused resident communications
- Ways to reduce waste costs when usage is going up
Mary Nitschke joined RealPage as Vice President of Sustainability in 2019. Previously she was the Director of Ancillary Services for the award-winning Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc, where she had the privilege of managing both the resident costs and expense sides of the utility wheelhouse.
Mary is passionate about utilities, and should perhaps switch to decaf. She was the first president of the Utility Management Advisory board, possesses an Energy Resource Management Certificate from UC Davis, and two Bachelors of Art from UC Berkeley.
Brannon PerkisonDirector, Product Management, Sustainability, RealPage
Brannon is the Director of Product Management for the RealPage Sustainability group. He is LEED AP Operations and Maintenance, a TRUE Waste Advisor, and certified Project Management Professional with a background in software and telecommunications product development with some of the world’s leading technology companies. He holds a Master of Science Degree in MIS and a B.A. in Anthropology both from Texas A&M University in College Station.