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The Dynamic Weigh to a Fair Price
May 2014

Vehicle Weighing Solutions Ltd (VWS) has been helping North London based waste management company, KP Waste, introduce a ‘pay as you throw’ service for customers, by installing the dynamic ENVIROWEIGH bin-weighing system to the company’s food waste collection vehicle operating in the City.

Kevin Hill, Managing Director, KP Waste said: “There can be a huge differential in the weight of different food stuffs filling the same bin and its unfair to charge customers the same. The bin weighing system from VWS is so accurate and it means we can do reports for our customers so they can compare their food disposal day by day and week by week.”

The company’s 7.5 tonne FARID minimatic vehicle has been specially adapted to incorporate a tipping mechanism for food waste and is perfect for underground collections with low ceiling loading bays. VWS also installed a four-camera CCTV system on the vehicle at no additional cost whatsoever to the client.

Continued Kevin: “The camera kit gives the driver better all round vision and helps prevent accidents, keeping vulnerable road users safe. We are over the moon with the equipment and service from VWS.”

Vehicle Weighing Solutions Ltd (VWS) is a market leading British engineering company specialising in the design, manufacture, installation and servicing of on-board vehicle weighing, wheeled bin weighing and load protection systems. The ENVIROWEIGH bin weighing system from VWS is the first truly British dynamic ‘weights and measures approved’ system of its kind, and is taking the market place by storm.

Julian Glasspole, Managing Director, VWS said: “KP Waste are a great, forward thinking company and they are demonstrating how dynamic bin-weighing can help companies gain a competitive edge by offering a more accurate and informative service to customers.”

VWS belongs to a family of complimentary British companies known collectively as specialising in the design, manufacture, installation and servicing of load cells, weighing and traffic monitoring systems.

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