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Total Capture Rate Explained

This figure is the total capture rate for your organisation based on all the deliveries and collections that were made to venues which you have viewing permissions for. It looks at the weight of products used and checks it against our waste collection & sorting data to create a capture %.

Average Venue Capture Rate Explained

This figure is the average capture rate across all venues you have viewing permissions for. This number can be misleading in isolation as it is not weighted, meaning all venues, big or small, affect the percentage equally. 

Number look too high? You probably have a venue which has not logged all of the deliveries, giving them an abnormally high capture rate.

Number looking a bit low? One or more venues probably have not logged usage data and this is bringing the average capture rate down – or they have performed poorly.

No. Product Types Explained

This is the total number of live products which are associated with the venue, not including any historical products which are now listed as void. More on products can be found in the Products & Streams page.

No. Streams Explained

This is the total number of live waste streams which are associated with the venue, not including any historical streams which are now listed as void. More on waste streams can be found in the Products & Streams page.

Product Capture % Explained

This is the product capture % based on the best available figures. Most often, this is based on capture figures obtained from the on-site capture stage, such as deposit figures and smart compactors. This is an average based on all streams.

Contact us if you want to know more about your capture rate, and how to improve it.

Contamination % Explained

The contamination % is the average contamination based on the on-site collection figures. If material is wet, dry compacted, sorted all effects the contamination rate. If data is available from waste sorting and processing then this will be used instead/in combination.

Restocks Explained

We class a restock as each time you received new product stock. This differs from deliveries as it does not take into account how many journeys were made to your site, simply how many times you added stock. You can group multiple restocks into one delivery using the delivery identifier field, setting all restocks which arrived together with the same identifier.

Deliveries Explained

This is the total quantity of deliveries that were made to the venue when stocking products and packaging.

Products Delivered Explained

This is total quantity of all products, that have been delivered to this venue.

Weight Delivered Explained

This is total weight of products, included in the tracker, that have been delivered to the venue. This combines all material and product types to find a total delivery weight.

Waste Collections Explained

This is the total quantity of waste collections that have been made on site by the waste manager or TRP partner.

Products Collected Explained

This is the total quantity of products which have been collected, based on the best available capture rate. Products collected is covered in more depth in the Products & Streams page, where you can view the quantity of each product recovered.

Embodied Carbon Explained

This is the total embodied carbon of all your products. This uses the product weight and the products specific embodied carbon figures based on the ICE database. 

Weight Collected Explained

This is the total weight of material that has been collected on your site. If you only have on site collection figures it will use these, otherwise it will use waste collector data.