Almost every single business today uses barcodes for a myriad of different reasons. Whether you are keeping track of inventory within the company, own a warehouse that has to keep a constantly current tally of millions of items, or require extensive and precise information for recycling services for LEED reporting, barcode scanners are used to help retrieve and tabulate this data.
Bates employees place barcodes on each individual container, from 35 gallon food waste containers to 30 yard roll off boxes. When your containers are serviced they are scanned to verify service. Information collected from each scan can include date and time, container ID#, container location, weights and/or quantity of items collected. With barcode scanning, we can capture the data that matters most — as fast and as accurately as possible.