BIGBELLY IN THE SPOTLIGHT IN CHARLESTON, SC!
As published in Bristol Live on May 6, 2019:
A number of high-tech super bins have been installed on College Green for the Bank Holiday weekend. The bins - from the company Bigbelly - not only compact the rubbish inside to make room for more but also send an email alert to Bristol Waste when they need emptying.
Bigbelly is going to be at Princeton University on Monday, May 6 for a research engagement day focused on "Building the Future: New Technological Frontiers in Cities." This event will convene select Smart Cities from the New Jersey areas municipal and academic leaders and to explore cutting edge research and to stimulate new collaborative relationships across the private and public sectors in the New Jersey region.
As published on April 6th, 2019 in the Wall Street Journal:
Impenetrable garbage cans and dry ice smoking rodents out of burrows are helping reduce complaints, but warm winter hurt efforts
Join Bigbelly and downtown district operations leaders at the IDA inaugural Operations & Security Summit, hosted by Downtown Phoenix, Inc. in Arizona on April 10th and 11th. This Summit will concentrate on clean and safe teams, public safety, homelessness and exciting opportunities that impact the public realm through smart city applications. Join us, the IDA, and downtown district leaders and operations professionals to collaborate, gain ideas, and learn to cultivate the story of our successes.
Honolulu-based real estate company Alexander & Baldwin is showcasing their commitment to sustainability by installing Bigbelly solar-powered trash cans on their properties. KITV 4 Island News has more information:
We are thrilled have Bigbelly's global smart waste management solutions represented at the 10th annual Green Cities 2019 event in Málaga, Spain this week! Our international partner, Future Street Ltd, is representing Bigbelly at this great event. The Green Cities event focuses on Urban Sustainability as a unique professional forum, highly specialized in energy efficiency in buildings and urban spaces.
A council drive to keep Hartlepool clean and tidy has received a boost with the installation of nine new hi-tech “Bigbelly” bins.
Working in partnership with Hartlepool Borough Council, housing provider Thirteen has provided funding for six bins at Owton Manor in the Manor House Ward and another three in the King Oswy area which is part of the De Bruce Ward. A leading councillor said the new bins show the council is always looking for 'innovative ways of delivering services more effectively to help keep the town as clean and tidy as possible and it reflects the council’s recently-launched Love Hartlepool campaign'.
Bigbelly has been challenging the status quo and changing public space waste management for the past 16 years - taking great leaps and strides since our humble beginnings in 2003. We took a step back when analyzing last year’s system-wide data and reflected on all the change that communities have been through in that time.
Adoption of smart waste management is only one element of the many long-term sustainable changes that have surfaced. We are proud to be a longstanding partner with so many cities, campuses, and companies who are changing the status quo. A sincere THANK YOU to all of our customers and their communities. We would not be where we are today without your adoption of, trust in, and success with our world leading system.
We’re thrilled to recognize our customers who are making a difference in sustainability and environmental protection through their use of Bigbelly's smart waste management solution. We are excited to unveil the Top 25 Highest Recycling & Compost Diversion Ratios from Smart City Deployments ranking of 2018.