Quetica ‘s Optimization Solution Saved Pittsburgh $1 Million Last Winter
The City of Pittsburgh recently issued a press release stating the City saved more than $1 million from new road salt distribution methods adopted by the Department of Public Works. In 2018, Quetica began working with the City to provide snow management and optimization services. Mayor William Peduto stated, “The technology is already paying for itself and will only lead to more savings year after year.” The press release states the overall cost of the upgrades was $1.7 million and that with a $1 million in salt saving alone last winter, the upgrades will pay for themselves during the 2020-2021 snow season.
Click the link below for the City of Pittsburgh press release dated June 30, 2020.