Trash Warrior has rebranded into Dimension
Dimension, formerly known as Trash Warrior (trashwarrior.com), has recently undergone a rebranding of its name and launched a fresh looking website getdimension.com. The San Francisco-based tech-enabled full-service waste management platform has also secured $8 million in a pre-A investment round led by AltaIR Capital. The funds will be used to improve technology, hire new talent, and strengthen sales and marketing efforts.
Dimension (formerly Trash Warrior, trashwarrior.com) offers a unique, data-driven solution for B2B waste management. The platform provides clients with upfront and competitive pricing, and allows them to quickly resolve waste issues. By eliminating the need for calls, brokers, and negotiations, Dimension streamlines the waste management process for businesses.
The company’s ultimate goal is to increase the US national recycling rate from 35% to 75%. Dimension (formerly Trash Warrior) provides waste removal and dumpster rental services to all B2B customers, and also offers customized enterprise solutions for nationwide clients. Dimension (formerly Trash Warrior) has already achieved $10 million in annualized GMV, and has seen impressive year-over-year growth since launching.
Lily Shen, founder and CEO, “Our main plans are to obtain more enterprise B2B customers and deepen product features focusing on sustainability and data transparency features. With the new funding round, we hope to build and utilize a very detailed database on waste diversion for each waste stream and every zip code in the US.”
Notable clients of Dimension (formerly Trash Warrior) include Amazon, Instacart, Hilton, Imperfect Foods, Wee!, Tuft & Needle, Holiday Inn and many others.
AltaIR Capital is an international investment firm with a focus on tech companies in the Future of Work, FinTech, InsureTech, and Digital Health sectors.