What is the difference between an organisation, location and pick-up location?

Seenons has three different organisational levels:

  1. Organisation
  2. Location
  3. Pickup point

At the bottom of this article you will find an organisation scheme of a simple and extensive organisational structure.



A Seenons account has at least one organisation. One or more locations can be added under an organisation (figure 1 shows an example of a simple organisational structure with one organisational level). It is also possible to add multiple organisational layers through sub organisations (see figure 2 for an example of an extensive organisational structure with multiple organisational levels).



A location is a branch or establishment; a physical place where waste is created and collected. A location is always linked to an organisation and can have one or more pickup points. The postal code linked to the location reflect the waste streams available for pickup.

Read more about adding locations here.


Pickup point

A pickup point is a specific place where waste can be found. In a pickup point you can write down contact details and give instructions for the driver. A pickup point is always linked to a location. 

Read more about adding a pickup point here. 


Organisation scheme

Figure 1: Simple representation of an organisational structure

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Figure 2: Extensive representation of an organisational structure

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