Topolytics maps and tracks industrial and commercial waste, from source to receptor.
Our software platform is used by industrial and commercial waste producers and specialist recyclers to expose data on waste arisings and the waste system.
Multinational and multi-site industrial and commercial businesses use Topolytics to reveal the ‘truth’ about their waste. This directly enables cost and resource efficiencies, reduces corporate risk and improves reporting.
Recyclers and re-manufacturers use Topolytics to identify and predict sources of ‘feedstock’. This makes sales and marketing more effective and reduces the cost of transacting directly with the waste producer.
Analytics, reporting and assurance of waste data
Identify cost efficiencies, environmental risks and the value of waste.
Enable recycling, re-use and re-manufacture
Identify and predict feedstock and enable transactions.
Track waste in real time
Monitor and track waste with sensor systems
Founder and CEO
Mike is a geographer with a PhD in aerial photo interpretation and 25 years environmental management and sustainability reporting experience. He worked in environmental consultancy and pioneered sustainable forest auditing in South-East Asia before co-founding Great Circle, a sustainability communications and reporting business, bought by Instinctif/Vitruvian Partners in 2011. He founded Topolytics with a vision to use mapping and machine learning to vastly improve the way companies manage and reduce their waste and emissions.
Will joined as a Director of Topolytics in January 2016, having spent over four years as Commercial Director of Money Dashboard – the award-winning Scottish fintech business. Previous to that he had more than 20 years branding and marketing experience with WPP and Saatchi owned companies, eight as Chief Executive. Over that time he gained leadership expertise in a variety of roles working with FTSE 100 companies and the private sector in London and abroad, where the emphasis was increasingly on helping business achieve sustainability improvements, change management, developing and integrating strategies for long term growth.
Ben was former lead technologist at O2’s “the Lab” innovation department, and Co-developed ‘WhereonEarth’ mapping platform (later bought by Yahoo). With the help of external resource, Ben executes the product build and development of new modules where required.