Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) can speed up building while reducing waste. Paired with data platforms like SmartWaste, MMC unlocks the potential for a more efficient industry.
The construction industry, pivotal in shaping our built environment, faces the pressing challenge of aligning with net zero carbon and sustainability goals. The latest version of SmartWaste released last month continues to see SmartWaste evolve and innovate in its 25th anniversary year.
SmartWaste’s new application programming interface (API) enables you to easily obtain SmartWaste KPI performance data. The API makes it quick and easy to regularly extract your data in the same format.
Save time and improve accuracy by uploading staff transport data in bulk with the latest version of SmartWaste
The new bulk upload function saves time by allowing you to upload multiple staff transport data entries, for multiple projects into SmartWaste at once. It also improves accuracy and data quality by minimising direct transaction entry and enabling manipulation of data stored in other systems.
The latest version of SmartWaste brings enhancements to the tool’s KPI reporting capability, helping users keep on top of performance and reduce environmental impacts.
The new materials and transport application programming interface (API) expands SmartWaste’s capabilities, enabling data on project materials, and their associated transportation, to be automatically uploaded from a customer’s material logistics suppliers.
The need for different programs for different problems across safety, health, environmental and quality performance is vast. The likelihood is that your information is scattered across numerous incompatible software making data a more complex challenge to harness its potential.
For the past 25 years, SmartWaste by BRE has been spearheading the construction industry’s journey towards environmental sustainability. Born out of extensive research in the late 1990’s, SmartWaste has evolved into a comprehensive software tool that helps construction firms to measure, target, report and reduce waste and other sustainability metrics.