OUR WASTE MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
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Waste management solutions in voluntary contribution : for municipalities and local councils, waste management is an area targeted for improvement. With new technologies and IoT, cities have new ways to optimize waste management processes, while reducing costs and delivering better services to citizens.
All BH Technologies products are designed and developed to provide concrete and effective solutions to the real problems of your city.
From our R&D facilities to the field installation, all our efforts aim to achieve a clear objective : to bring you reliable, simple and sustainable solutions.
Waste management solutions in voluntary contribution
WASTE CHAIN SENSOR
Waste management solutions in voluntary contribution : a remote fill level detection system that improves service quality for citizens, optimises collection, eliminates over-filling and reduces your overall costs. Container capacity status is collected in real time, which enables routes that are dynamic and optimized. Organizing waste collection routes based on a container’s capacity leads to greater efficiency. You can let containers fill up to 90% capacity, while making sure they don’t become overfilled. The results are less frequent emptying cycles, reducing time devoted to collections by up to 40%, and minimizes the distance traveled by garbage trucks up to 20%.
WASTE CHAIN CITIZEN
Waste management solutions in voluntary contribution : an incentive fee system to empower users, with the aim of increasing the willingness to sort waste. The introduction of a financial incentive encourages citizens to improve their sorting as they are billed according to the quantity of waste produced. The local authorities can therefore establish a fairer billing system based on the reduction of the volume of waste and the number of deposits, the details of which are displayed in the invoice value. REDIN system installed on containers manages their access. Every deposit is registered individually. The bill sent by the local authority to users corresponds to the number of times the service was used. The more you reduce your amount of waste, the less you pay.