Waste management

With the total volume of waste generated globally expected to increase by nearly 50% over the next decade, the adoption of innovative technologies will result in more integrated waste management solutions that move beyond the traditional use of labor, diesel trucks and conventional landfills. In this section you'll read about the technologies driving the emerging smart waste market and how they will lead to more sustainable cities.

The Quest for Zero Waste and UL 2799

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Reducing the amount of waste in landfills is a goal many are working to achieve. But how are zero waste claims validated? Read the white paper to learn more about the issue, and for an overview on waste diversion, examples of successful programs and what companies (and cities) should be thinking about when considering a waste diversion program.

Case Study -- Korea’s Popular Tourist Attraction: Bukchon Traditional Village

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Bukchon Traditional Village is a popular Seoul, Korea tourist attraction. It also has a central community that is largely residential. As the number of tourists grew, complaints from residents did too – about overflowing trash. Read a case study to learn how sensor-equipped trash receptacles helped clean up the community and cut trash collection costs by 43%.

Enevo Smart Plans

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Watch this video to learn about the Enevo ONe system that optimizes waste collection using wireless sensors that measure the fill-level of waste containers and forecasts when they will be full, then automatically optimizes the collection plans and routes.

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