Case Studies

Want to know how RecycleSmart has helped organizations just like yours? We’re always adding to our collection of case studies — easily digestible examples of how RecycleSmart saves you money through better recycling. Take your pick!

CASE STUDY: FOOD SERVICE

Compactor Monitoring Program

RecycleSmart worked with the Central Alberta Co-op on their recycling programs for food stores at Red Deer Plaza, Deer Park and Lacombe. We harnessed technology and industry expertise to decrease costs by 51%.

CASE STUDY: RETAIL

Getting Serious About Waste Diversion

Working with leading property management partner Primaris, we helped their shopping centre go from a 13% waste diversion rate to an 80% rate in just two years — and achieved $14K in annual cost savings!

CASE STUDY: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Saving Money and Reducing Overfill Issues

First Capital Realty Edmonton were experiencing difficulties managing their waste and recycling needs. We saved them more than $8,000 per year through reduced pick-ups and negotiating lower fees from their haulers.

CASE STUDY: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Monthly Waste Savings That Add Up

Bentall Kennedy is a leading property manager, the Airport Executive Park management team was seeking a means to improve the recycling and waste management efficiency. When we were done – An $826 monthly cost reduction through our sensor program and expert management of their RFP when switching haulers.

CASE STUDY: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Another Successful Waste Diversion Result

RecycleSmart worked with First Capital Realty Toronto to roll out a pilot project at four properties in the Greater Toronto West area. They’ve realized a 34% average waste diversion per property rate — and moved to a full roll-out across all Greater Toronto areas.

CASE STUDY: RETAIL

Improving Waste Management Across Canada

Sleep Country Canada has been committed to the environment and so were seeking to improve their waste management at stores and distribution centres across Canada. In 2018. They saved $85K after they rocked the recycling!