Irving, TX, July 9, 2012–
Professionals throughout the waste industry are getting a competitive boost
this year, as WASTEC debuts the latest edition of Waste Industry Marketplace.
The Marketplace, created
by the Waste Equipment Technology Association (WASTEC) and MultiView, Inc., is engineered
specifically for the waste industry. Looking for products and services on
generic search engines means sifting through pages of irrelevant results. The Waste Industry Marketplace gives
professionals an advantage by consolidating the results they need into one place,
without the clutter of irrelevant pages.
search tools give users the ability to survey the digital landscape of their
industry. Find suppliers quickly by searching through familiar categories and
headings, or refine your search by location and keyword.
MultiView reviews lists of industry suppliers with WASTEC to
populate the Marketplace with vendors
that cater to waste industry professionals. With a comprehensive Marketplace by WASTEC and MultiView,
scam and irrelevant results are filtered out.
For suppliers, the Waste
Industry Marketplace is a direct connection to their core market. Instead
of being limited with pay-per-click or budgeted advertising, businesses will
find flexible campaign and inventory options in the Marketplace to reach out to a qualified audience year-round.
The Waste Industry
Marketplace is available through the WASTEC website at EnvironmentalistsEveryDay.org,
the Waste360 website at Waste360.com, or at WasteIndustryMarketplace.com.
WASTEC is the trade association representing those
companies which design, build, distribute, service and consult with respect to
the equipment and technology systems that are used to collect, contain,
transport, store, process, recycle, treat and dispose of the world's solid and
hazardous wastes and recyclable materials.
Dallas, TX-based MultiView is the leading B2B
digital media publisher in the association world. We are the number one
provider of royalty-revenue to associations across North America. Our news
briefs, educational content and buyer’s guides connect professionals with the
industry-specific information they need.