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Matthew Hollis Talks Food Hierarchy & Waste Management

Posted: June 8, 2017 at 7:54 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Matthew Hollis

Matthew Hollis, President of Elytus, the company helping clients to waste nothing joins Enterprise Radio to discuss food hierarchy & waste management.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Matthew Hollis discuss the following:

  • Tell us about Elytus! How did you come up with the concept?
  • What advice would you give to others looking to start a new company?
  • What was one setback you faced? How did you overcome it?
  • What is your competitive advantage in the market?
  • What is your viewpoint on sustainability?
  • How do you help other companies be more sustainable?
  • What’s next for Elytus?

Elytus, (pronounced Ee-Light-Us derived from the Greek word for Trash) invites you to join us for a new kind of waste management. Founded in January 2007, Elytus is the premier management firm providing solutions which help clients realize the benefits from procurement to payment. Like new growth emerging from a seed, Elytus offers a new way to help your business manage your waste, grease, recycling and hood cleaning categories while being more sustainable and controlling costs.


We are the only firm offering you a choice of how to manage your waste related service categories. All of our programs provide you the technology which makes managing these categories simple and deliver your business the only truly transparent solutions with full cost disclosure.

Today, we service clients in the retail, industrial, hospitality, restaurant, entertainment and educational industries throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. With just under ten thousand locations in WInStream across multiple clients we have proven to become a premier solutions provider in the waste industry.



Social Media Links:
Twitter: @Elytus

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