Optimisation of collection from voluntary drop-off points

Waste treatment comes with many ecological, regulatory and human challenges. Our solution for optimising the collection of waste from voluntary drop-off points enables you to achieve your objectives via connected objects.


Regulatory challenges

These days, waste treatment is subject to both national and European laws and regulations. The objective of this strict framework is to combat the pollution that can be generated. Collection and transport activities in cities are the first two steps in the waste treatment process.


Respond to residents’ expectations

For residents, the majority of collection is now done via containers. This collection method leads to several phenomena which, if not managed, can become a nuisance. The first is the risk of overflow. In addition to the nuisance it can cause for local residents, it has a significant impact on the environment. The second is collection from empty or underfilled containers, which wastes energy and time and forces the use of polluting vehicles.


Optimising the waste collection system means reducing these problems while at the same time decreasing the environmental footprint.

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Discover our solution

We equip your waste containers with ultrasonic and laser level-measurement sensors. These sensors calculate the level in your waste columns in real time and transmit this information via the LoRaWAN or NB-IoT network to our data recording portal. The system then calculates the rate at which the containers are filled and anticipates when the maximum level will be reached.


We then aggregate the transmitted data from all waste columns to create an optimised rounds list, with a proposal for the best route for the refuse lorries.

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The advantages of digitised waste collection

Visualise all the voluntary drop-off points in a local area

Be informed in real time of the fill level of your containers

Predict when the maximum fill rate will be reached

Collect waste where needed

Reduce its environmental impact

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