Retail Solutions

Total Retail Waste Solutions

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Retailers, from grocery stores to department stores and everything in between, manage a variety of waste streams as diverse as their store offerings. For many companies, managing multiple retail waste streams often means managing multiple vendors and waste haulers.

Comprehensive Retail Waste Programs

At Quest, we understand the intricacies of running a retail operation, including the need to streamline back-of-house procedures to allow employees to focus on providing excellent customer service and increasing revenue in the front-of-house. That’s why we provide our clients with comprehensive programs with a single point of contact for all of their retail waste needs.

Quest provides retail waste solutions for more than 22,000 stores across the country, including some of the nation’s largest retailers. Our clients enjoy the ease of operation and money saving benefits that only Quest can provide. Through our large buying power and relationships with thousands of vendor partners and hundreds of facilities across the nation, we are able to secure cost-effective programs that are fully customized to meet the individual needs of each retailer.

Retail Waste Streams Include:

  • Food Waste
  • Used Cooking Oil
  • Meat & Seafood
  • Grease Trap
  • Retail Hazardous Waste
  • Cardboard
  • Plastic Bags & Bottles
  • Hangers
  • Shopping Carts
  • End Caps
  • Metallic Shelves
  • Store Closure
  • Liquidation
  • Light Bulbs
  • Batteries
  • Electronic Waste
  • Municipal Solid Waste
  • Paper Shredding
  • Sale or Rental of Compacting Equipment
  • Mixed Paper

Landfill Diversion Data

Additionally, Quest clients benefit from consolidated sustainability data reporting. Rather than laboring to compile information from multiple vendors and store locations, Quest provides retailers with full visibility to their sustainability information with the capability to filter data by waste stream, store, region, and more. This level of access to landfill diversion rates and carbon footprint information provides retailers with operational insights that help them to continue to reduce waste.