P L Software Systems Ltd


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P&L Waste Management Software. The Complete Service. The Complete Solution. P&L's reputation as a waste management software provider and as a specialist IT consultancy with huge waste industry knowledge and experience in the waste management industry has grown continuously for well over 20 years both across Europe and around the world. Based in Kidlington, just north of Oxford, P&L Software Systems has specialised exclusively in waste management software since 1987- and with the largest installed software base in the UK, is recognised within the country's waste industry as one of the major players in waste management software. Now in its second decade of working with the waste management industry, P&L has a team with a very much a 'hands-on' approach and posesses an unrivalled understanding of general waste management and the methods, practices and needs of the waste management industry. P&L is certified to ISO9001:2008.

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