Solutions for Cities
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Solutions for Campuses
Learn how Bigbelly collaborates with colleges & universities keep their campus clean, deploy sustainable solutions, and reallocate resources.
“Our city welcomes up to a million people on a busy day. This means waste is increasing and our bins are filling faster. The new bins are just one of the smart and innovative ways we are reducing waste on our streets to complement regular garbage truck collections.”
“We’re really eager now that we’re not bound in every case to what wires we can connect to, to find other places in the community that could benefit these autonomous points.”
“In addition to reduced waste management costs and improved efficiency, we believe these attractive new waste collectors will encourage increased usage, significantly reducing litter in the area.”
“I’m proud to say that Lower Manhattan, already the largest district in the city using this innovative technology, continues to raise the bar on adopting technology that meets the demands of a strong, bustling urban center.”
“We take great pride in the quality of operation and care of our parks facilities. Bigbelly has already proven great success in helping to create a safe, enriching environment.”
“With our standard trash receptacles, we have a real problem with birds dragging trash from the waste baskets and scattering it on the ground. The Bigbelly stations have eliminated that problem.”
“Wi-Fi at bus stops benefits the growing number of TARC passengers using our mobile website to plan their trips and find out when their bus will arrive.”
“The Bigbelly system has brought increased efficiency to Kitsap Transit. No longer do crews go out and check collection points regardless of fullness; we only collect when CLEAN tells us the stations are full.”
“The deployment of the Bigbelly system exemplifies the City of Hamburg’s continued commitment to finding innovative solutions to improve the quality of life of our residents by enabling greater efficiency and sustainability.”
“Instead of settling for overflowing trash cans or driving needlessly to each park in our system to try and keep up with emptying trash cans, we have invested in [Bigbelly]. Parks and beaches are the crown jewels of most communities, but the resources required to keep them in pristine condition can tax even the well-funded departments.”
“Adoption of Smart Cities is constantly on the rise for deployment of smart waste management solutions. More than 70% of the world’s population will live in towns and cities by 2050, and the next decade is expected to see nearly 50% increase in global waste generation.”
Source: Global Data, Research Nester