The Uber of waste collection

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th November, 2019
The Uber of waste collection
From left, Robbie Skuse, John O'Connor and John Hegarty, founders of Kollect

Waterford-based rubbish collection start-up Kollect is about to list on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market in Stockholm, Sweden.

Founded by John O’Connor, Robbie Skuse and John Hegarty in 2016, it works as an online marketplace for people looking to get rid of their rubbish by connecting them with collection companies.

“We’re like Uber, but instead of moving people we move waste,” said O’Connor. “No matter what your waste need is, you can go...

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