Topolytics

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A software based smart grid for the circular economy. We make the management, tracking and reporting of waste and resource efficiency rapid and easy for medium to large manufacturers.

Our rapid, automated on-boarding process gives customers a clear view on their waste, water and resource efficiency - with associated cost savings. They can then choose to access our core software product that uses digital mapping and spatial analytics to make sense of complex waste and water metrics. They can identify savings and efficiencies and create instant, point in time reports for regulators, customers, investors and insurers. They can pay for independent assurance, enhanced reporting and analytics.

Our proprietory spatial engine can also run analytics on patterns of waste and reyclate movements across many hundreds of sites, providing intelligence for regulators, policy makers and recycling companies.

We are also using satellites and other sensors, linked to machine learning algorithms to provide a further level of insight into patterns of waste generation, movements and processing.

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