The EPA released a list of EPA-approved disinfectants to fight COVID-19. Use this data set to see which UPCs map to EPA Registration Number. Stop the spread.
Smarter Sorting’s Automated Classification Engine is disrupting the regulated product supply chain. What is this technology and how does it work?
‘Product Genome’: Smarter Sorting launches revolutionary process to decode consumer products for retailers, manufacturers, and consumers
Introducing the Product Genome: a set of immutable chemical and physical characteristics that define what a product is. What does this mean for retail?
What do the new UN 38.3 Test Summary Documentation requirements mean for manufacturers, sellers, and transporters of lithium ion batteries?
The EPA has signed a rule allowing hazardous waste generators to manage aerosols as universal waste. This will lessen the regulatory burden for many retailers, allowing many to reduce their generator status.
Smarter Sorting Raises $17M in Series A Funding to Advance Development of First AI-Based Automated Classification Engine for Consumer Products
Smarter Sorting’s patented platform helps partners cut waste, save money and limit regulatory liability through sustainable management of consumer products AUSTIN, TX, September 20, 2019 –Smarter Sorting, an Austin-based startup that creates granular, chemical-level...
Amendments to RCRA P075 listings went into effect last week. How do retailers now realize the savings of reduced generator status where applicable?
Learn why up to 60% of products classified as state toxics are overclassified and how computers can help solve the problem.
‘What does that say?’ Employee handwriting often a roadblock for retail companies trying to manage regulated waste
Managing an effective retail regulated waste program is challenging. Don’t let hand-written records add to the challenge.
Circular Economy Spotlight: Smarter Sorting Helps the Goods of Today Become the Resources of Tomorrow
Smarter data enable retailers to divert unsaleable items from waste streams and into pathways of reuse and recycling.