3 tips to effectively get started with data-driven collection

At Bintel, we have some of the world's largest installations of sensors for data-driven waste collection on our conscience. Unfortunately, when breaking new ground, you fall into many traps and learn the hard way. Here are some tips for those of you who are about to start using data to do better. Hopefully, they will help you round the worst pitfalls.

3 ways to use data within waste management

Data and information that an IoT device provides to a company can and should be widely used throughout the business. Depending on the purpose of the project, data from a device can be used in different ways.

5 steps to becoming a more data-driven business

The huge development of new technologies and functions in recent years has enabled both small and medium sized companies to be transformed into data-driven companies. All with the aim of becoming more efficient, better and more environmentally friendly.

Private recycling companies

Recycling companies empty smart waste bins in garbage truck

With data-driven solutions, you create flexibility in your organization and can offer a higher value with greater security for your customers' recycling companies. Take the plunge and let digitalization shape your services, not just your gut feeling.

Municipal waste management

Garbage handlers empty smart waste bins that send signal when they need to empty a garbage truck

The city or municipality, is regarded by many as the engine for the development of Waste Management Industry. A development with the environment in the driver's seat, but with the economy in the passenger seat. Both with a strong opinion of the best way forward. Can't your goals get along?

Construction & Metal Scrap

Sorting bins with metal waste and scrap waste that, with the help of Bintel's slider, sends a signal

Construction, scrap and metal are often forgotten when it comes to digitalisation. The application is difficult to address if you are stuck in the classic approach: Measure and empty at a certain level. This is because the waste is often large, sprawling and difficult to saturate – while the containers are often rotated and shifted places. This places higher demands on the system than in many other applications. We like it.

Garden waste containers

Smart garden vessels that send a signal

Admittedly, nature follows its schedule, but it's not "every other Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. " that applies. If you have a garden, you will realize the variations in needs when it comes to garden waste. This variation, linked to fixed schedules, poses challenges for everyone involved in the form of empty vessels and sometimes overcrowded, and too heavy, vessels.
This allows this application to have interesting advantages when it comes to digitalization.

Mobile waste containers

Mobile waste containers sends signal if necessary emptying with Bintel slider

Everything in our community is structured to suit the needs and schedule of the inhabitants. Everything is play and on-demand, but this is rarely the case in the waste industry. Digitization of villa vessels is about meeting with each person's needs, and from this get fewer emptyings and above all better sorting. Perhaps a different pattern of consumption?

NSR Garden Waste

Garden waste sends signal to need control emptying of villa vessels

Having to control the collection of household containers creates many emotions. Transport, method of collection and efficiency are discussed. At the same time, the whole world is shaped according to human needs, TV tableaux are history and everything in life is "on demand". So where does the transportation of waste stand in this storm?


Waste bins for waste

Curb-side collection is something that most people have an opinion on. If you then throw yourself into the unknown, and start to data-drive the collection, then there are probably as many opinions as users.

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