In an ongoing effort to provide the public with clean parks and quality recreational opportunities, Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation has teamed up with Bigbelly, INC., a world-leading provider of smart waste and recycling management. The solar powered Bigbelly Waste & Recycling System combine cloud computing with smart compacting waste and recycling stations. The system helps beautify public space while reducing operational costs and increasing labor efficiency.
The City of Sacramento – Recycling and Solid Waste Division, has launched the Waste Wizard. This new web-based application will answer resident’s questions on how best to recycle or dispose of waste using City services or other local facilities. The launch coincides with national America Recycles Day, which is November 15, 2015.
The Smart City is one of today’s major hypes. Everything is to become more progressive, more efficient, cleaner. A lot of projects are working towards this goal. What is lacking, however, is a comprehensive platform that lets a broad range of municipal applications work together. In the European ALMANAC project, Fraunhofer FIT is working with international partners to develop a prototype of such a platform. A key component of this platform is a service-oriented middleware that enables heterogeneous resources, devices and services to cooperate at the semantic level.
Bigbelly, Inc., the leader in smart waste and recycling management, announces that across the UK people benefit from Bigbelly bins on the high street. The smart, cloud-connected Bigbelly system intelligently gathers, consolidates, and analyzes data from connected waste and recycling units for a complete waste management solution that beautifies public spaces and increases operational efficiency.
The drought that has gripped much of the western United States continues unabated across California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Long-term moderate drought conditions are now occurring in such disparate areas as Arizona, Georgia, and Connecticut. As dry conditions persist, Neptune Technology Group continues providing answers to counter the drought, including the latest in metering software applications.