UK-based PSD Codax, the market leading developer of token-free control systems for car wash and associated equipment, is helping householders acrossIrelanddispose of domestic waste at specially equipped petrol stations.
Environmental Compaction Systems (ECS), based inCountyWexford, is integrating self-service payment technology, developed by PSD Codax, with its pay-as-you-use waste disposal units.
ECS designs and manufactures a range of waste handling equipment and has compaction units situated on garage forecourts and other sites across the Republic of Ireland.
The Codax self-service kiosk allows customers to purchase a unique access code to dispose of their bagged domestic waste, rather than queuing to pay. They then key the code into a Codax touchpad on the waste compaction unit to bin their rubbish.
ECS is in discussions with major retailers about introducing its pay-as-you-use waste compaction units on forecourts in the UK and Europe.
Liam O Neill, managing director of Environmental Compaction Systems, said: “Integrating PSD Codax with our units not only makes it easier and quicker for householders to dispose of their domestic waste, it also helps us manage our company cash-flow as we collect the cash takings ourselves. It also provides retailers with a simple, hassle-free standalone system from which they can earn valuable income.”
Graham Round, managing director of PSD Codax, said: “We are delighted that Environmental Compaction Systems has moved away from tokens and has chosen to integrate our token-free access technology with its waste compaction units.
“Most major forecourt operators already use our Codax systems for their car wash and jet wash equipment. This latest deal illustrates perfectly how our Codax systems can be easily adapted for just about any type of forecourt equipment, from access barriers to coffee vending machines and washroom facilities.”