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Food and Beverages | Friday, January 14, 2022

When it comes to technology, it is critical to understand the contribution of waste management processes that are being reformed by brand new solutions and improved methods.

Fremont, CA: The most effective way to handle waste, as is well known, is to create an integrated system comprised of high technology, the waste management industry, and the public sector. According to Navigant Research, the market for smart municipal solid waste technology will be worth 6.5 billion dollars by 2023. When it comes to technology, it is critical to understand the contribution of waste management processes that are being reformed by brand new solutions and improved methods.

Let’s see some of the new innovation in the waste management sector that thrives to foster through 2022 and beyond.

1. Robot Recyclers

Several companies have accelerated their innovative steps to integrate robotic technology in order to improve processing capability. Furthermore, researchers from a variety of companies and universities noted that more than six-billion-dollar environmental service gap in the recycling industry and noted that robotic technology could be a potential solution to bridge this gap. All of these organizations are working to create more AI-enabled robotics that can help with quality control, sorting recyclables, and reducing health risks to human work teams. Today, companies are also currently developing robotic solutions for recycling efforts. The investments are primarily aimed at improving the quality of shipped secondary commodities and lowering labour costs on the sorting line.

2. Internet of Things (IoT)

The use of the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing technology provides high-tech sensors that enable waste management companies to optimize transportation routes and time data. Throughout the process, the carrier identifies where the complete trash can is and when to pick it up. This technology allows customers to collect waste from full containers. In fact, the IoT aims to increase efficiency and save costs by reducing unnecessary pickups. Along with waste management systems, companies use computer algorithms to collect information about the most efficient routes based on distance and traffic patterns. Residential routes, industrial waste pickup, construction containers, and smart bins can all benefit from combining with such a cutting-edge tool.

3. Robotic Trash Cans

Some of the most advanced innovations include a robotic trash can on wheels that rolls on its own at the push of a button. This innovation is especially useful for people with limited mobility and motor skills. They are designed to be moved from one docking station at home to another docking station on the curb. We also include the ability to schedule garbage collection in accordance with the present invention at specific times and nearby specific dates.

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