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.
Smart waste management is not only for use in municipalities and universities. Bigbelly's smart waste system is deployed in private sector spaces - from grocery stores to office parks - to streamline productivity, reduce environmental footprint of operations, and keep their spaces clean and green. These venues use Bigbelly to automate much of the work needed to manage the all-too-frequent task of trash and recycling collection.
Smart waste management makes a meaningful impact for JTC Corporation, an industrial property developer in Singapore, as reported in Today Online:
We're looking forward to the 2018 Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo this month (March 26-29 in Kansas City, MO)! Bigbelly takes the stage alongside Ruckus Networks on Thursday, March 29 to inspire city leaders about the impact a multi-purpose infrastructure platform that solves a core city service and continues to deliver more value by offering a hosting location for wireless technologies exactly where the people are.
Will you be at IFAT in May? Visit Us to Learn more about Bigbelly!
IFAT (www.ifat.de) is the World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, held from May 14 to 18, 2018 in Munich, Germany.
Bigbelly is excited to be an exhibitor in the Refuse Collection hall (A5) to showcase our world leading smart waste & recycling solution to 140,000 visitors from 170 countries worldwide. IFAT’s trade floor delivers technologies, innovations, strategies and solutions tailored to meet the requirements of the international waste market. We look forward to discussing the successes of smart waste solutions in communities spanning the globe and how the Bigbelly solution can transform your public waste operations.
Navy Pier, University of Illinois at Chicago, Cedar Point Amusement Park adopt and expand the Bigbelly system; Bigbelly received $5.7 million contract with the Illinois Public Higher Education Cooperative
Needham, Mass. / January 8, 2018 – Bigbelly, the world leading Smart City Solutions Provider specializing in smart waste and recycling, today announced significant company growth in 2017. Deployed across all 50 states, the Canadian provinces, and over 50 countries, Bigbelly continues to modernize and transform waste management - demonstrated by customers embracing 13,709,539 compactions, 2,456,062 collections, and 18,304,538 IoT connections last year.
I'm compelled to make the case: I work with robots. I hope you hear me out. Bigbelly robots…and by that I mean, Bigbelly stations... provide a 5X increase in employee productivity by automating much of the work associated with collecting trash and recycling. Our army of Bigbelly stations can be found at supermarkets, retail centers, hospitals, municipalities and college/corporate campuses. So, what is the robot case for our Bigbelly trash and recycling automation system?
The genie has been out of the bottle for a while. Customers are looking to purchase from their preferred channels, on their terms, and there is no turning back. Even with Amazon’s success, they recognized that a single online channel will not suffice, hence the opening of brick and mortar book stores, Amazon Go, and now the purchase of Whole Foods Market. Progressive Grocers’ article on omnichannel was certainly an eyeopener for me: http://bit.ly/2yAqtLz
Topics: Smart Buildings & Retail
We are excited to introduce a new blog series by Bigbelly’s Director of Private Sector Solutions, Mark Koeck. Mark is an enthusiastic champion of helping organizations transform their front-of-house waste and recycling operations by using technology as a catalyst for change.
Topics: Smart Buildings & Retail