WILSON, NC — Trash collection in historic downtown Wilson has gotten an upgrade thanks to smart technology, and officials are hoping to eventually roll out the Bigbelly brand garbage and recycling bins elsewhere in the city.
[New] high-tech bins designed to crush rubbish and notify the council when they need emptying have been installed along Deal seafront. Dover District Council (DDC) has [deployed] the larger capacity waste containers as part of work to keep the town and beaches clean and tidy.
Topics: Smart Waste Benefits
The Väla shopping center in Helsingborg, Sweden - a coastal city in southern part of the country and bordering with Denmark - is acclaimed as the area's top mall with over 200 shops for world class shopping. This shopping center has placed 12 Bigbelly Standard Capacity (SC5.5) bins around the facility the area to optimize their waste management routine.
The extended Bigbelly team - our fantastic international distributors - took to the show floor at Smart City Expo and World Congress 2018 earlier this month in Barcelona!
Bigbelly's Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Division was thrilled to share the stage among industry leaders from T-Mobile and Nokia at last month's Smart Cities Connect Fall Conference and Expo in Tampa, FL. This industry leading event brought thought-provoking IoT, Telecom, and Smart City movers and shakers together to discuss the trends and trajectory of everything related to Smart Cities.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina is the 6th busiest airport in the United States and 7th in the world. With 46 million travelers pass through CLT each year (and growing!), the airport turned to smart solution to manage their waste and recycling across the terminals... Bigbelly smart waste and recycling!
Sixty recently installed trash and recycling receptacles that look and act smart will change how Facilities Management talks trash, as well as how the unit manages waste on campus. The receptacles are high-tech, solar enabled, connected trash and recycling receptacles that can communicate directly with Facilities Management. Designed with several sustainable features in mind, including a solar-powered smart communication system that alerts Facilities Management when its’s full, these are no ordinary receptacles.
The sight of overfilled trash bins in uptown and downtown may be a thing of the past now that 10 brand-new “smart” refuse and recycling canisters have been installed by the city of Port Townsend Public Works Department.
“We are excited about this solution downtown after struggling for several years with keeping trash cans emptied,” Greg Lanning, Public Works director, told The Leader Oct. 19. “Along with other recent improvements to Water Street, such as new sidewalks, trees, rain gardens and the plaza at Tyler Street, having a solution for trash and recycling enhances the downtown experience.”