Customers ORTEC


Pizzorno Environnement is a leading company in the areas of environmental services and circular economy. The company operates in all fields of waste management, from urban cleaning to waste collection and waste processing, including waste sorting and valorization. Thanks to its all-round expertise, the company has risen to 5th position in France. The company has been listed on the stock exchange since 2005 and has established its position in more than 300 towns and cities, including those with large numbers of tourists such as Paris, Saint-Tropez, Cannes as well as Marrakech, which require very high quality service. The turnover in 2014 was €217.5 million. 

The challenge

Pizzorno Environnement was looking for a tool for planning and optimizing routes with the aim of reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The objective was to reduce mileage and therefore fuel consumption as well as CO2 emissions, but also to improve productivity while creating more flexibility in operational management.

The solution

The joint solution specifically for waste collection is based on linking ORTEC circuit design tools and Masternaut vehicle tracking tools. It has enabled Pizzorno Environnement to improve its profitability and optimize its operations.

The solution benefits from the ORTEC software functionality which allows the creation of routes for waste collection including support for dimensioning, pricing, and resource management but also analysis and optimization of routes. Linked to Masternaut screens on board the vehicles which provide their geo-position and two-way data exchange, it allows drivers of waste collection vehicles to enjoy a navigation system dedicated entirely to their work activities and optimized towards reducing mileage driven while improving the quality of the service.

A certain number of significant savings has been achieved. An optimized trip results in less fuel consumed, less usage of the vehicle in general, an optimization of routing.” Fabien Sinoquet, Head of IT/IS for Pizzorno Environnement"