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The trio behind Waterford waste software start-up Kollect are capitalising on a gap in the rubbish-collection market

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th December, 2017
John Hegarty, John O’Connor and Robbie Skuse of Kollect Picture: Patrick Browne

Kollect is in the midst of an expansion. The Waterford waste software business plans to create 16 new jobs over the next 12 months as part of its expansion into the British market.

To fund it, the company, which enables online rubbish collection booking, intends to raise €1 million in funding to support the firm’s international expansion.

Users of Kollect go online and book for a bin collection. Once the user enters their address, they...

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