The company has been collecting glass and metal waste from Blackpool businesses since 2006 and has gained over 100 customers in its first six months of operation.
It has developed a new service that collects not only metal and glass, but also paper, cardboard and plastic bottles.
Nimtechs managing director of project partners David Bowker said: For a long time, businesses have been telling us that they would like to see more waste materials being collected and so we have been trying to find a viable way of collecting different waste streams without having to increase the price of the service and without asking clients to use lots of different bins.
It has been a very difficult task but the team has worked together very well and were delighted to have found a solution that should suit everyone.
The system will make it easier for customers to segregate the various materials using carrier bags, to place them all into a single bin, ready for collection.
Emprise Blackpool is a European Union funded programme and a not-for-profit venture that is being piloted in Blackpool with the support of Blackpool Council.