Energy saving

M2M and wireless make waste collection eco


BigBelly waste compactors

THE compactors and i binders gods waste they can work at solar power. The reasoning is simple: collection is recycling gods waste - two activities by their nature echo - they cannot do more harm than good. It is therefore necessary that the machinery used for this service have a environmental impact content, if not none at all.

Systems of this type already exist on the market and are for example those managed by BigBelly Solar, creator of the patent of solar powered compactors and today a leader in providing sustainable solutions for the waste management and the recycling. The interesting novelty is that the innovations in machine-to-machine M2M field allow further steps forward. One of these steps is the ability to secure greater connectivity thanks to the new ones M2M modules provided in this case by the company Telit.

The increased connectivity of Telit modules allows companies and entities that use the BigBelly systems - municipalities, universities, government agencies and other institutional clients - the possibility of being extremely eco-sustainable thanks to a powerful management system, software for the network command center and stations sorting is recycling. The result is an 80% reduction in operating costs related to rubbish collection.

There cellular connectivity of Telit modules has enabled BigBlly to obtain reliable communication channels between the activities of waste management and the central control system, enabling remote analysis, over-the-air software updates and management of preventive maintenance alerts.

BigBelly Solar's waste management solution is a prime example of how the M2M technology can offer effective and concrete benefits at the public level, both by optimizing public services and by reducing theenvironmental impact.

Video: Waste into Eco Treasure by The Recycle Man of India. Binish Desai. TEDxSayajigunj (October 2020).