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Waste Quote Supermarket launches white label energy platform


A white label platform to help businesses reduce utility costs has been developed by Manchester’s Waste Quote Supermarket. is a price and service comparison product, which will enable energy brokers, affiliates and other third party intermediaries to connect their customers to waste management service providers.

Founder Carl Bennett, explained that the market-first service would lead to substantial savings.

“Waste is the second biggest utility overhead for businesses after energy, and our white label solution allows utility brokers to offer end-to-end solutions which, ultimately, will give them the competitive edge they need to retain customers,” he said.

“Whilst it may be very challenging to save customers money on energy right now, brokers can provide new value-added services and strengthen existing relationships with the addition of the provision of waste management services.

“This is the first of many technological developments under the Waste Quote Supermarket umbrella, which is committed to helping businesses get the best deals whilst maximising carbon reduction and net zero ambitions. The utility and waste pedigree of our technical team is second-to-none, and we’re excited to be finally bringing waste sector technology up to the levels of other business utilities.”

The cloud-based platform uses an AI-powered “virtual waste expert” with smart data analysis.

“With utility costs going through the roof, there’s no better time for us to launch our product,” added Chris Gee, CTO at Waste Quote Supermarket.

“It’s extremely rewarding to know our combined tech and waste industry know-how is set to help save businesses significant sums of money in the challenging months, if not years, ahead.”

The business is backed by former Verastar CEO, Chris Earle, who joined the business last summer as an investor and shareholder.

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