Sensors Used in Waste Management

Case Stories

Discover how cities, municipalities, and waste operators around the globe are cutting down on costs, optimizing resources, increasing efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, and creating better value for customers thanks to the Nordsense solution.

Here, you can explore a selection of our case stories. Get the ins and outs of exactly how we helped these cities by downloading our case stories below.

Varde Municipality saves 1.6 tons of CO2 annually with fill-level sensors.

Read the case about Varde Municipality using IoT sensor technology and real-time data to optimize route planning and reduce the number of collections.

Moda re-: Reducing CO2 from Clothing Bank Collections by 30%

Discover how Moda re- is using data insights to achieve their sustainability goals, eliminate overflowing clothing banks, and optimize operations.

How Data Is Improving Norwegian Waste Management

Discover how municipalities in Norway are using data to improve waste services and transition to more circular practices.

How Goodwill is Improving Resource Efficiency

Find out how clothing bank operator Goodwill Industries of Kanawha Valley, Inc. is using data to increase donations and run more efficient donation bin collections.

How Madrid is Eliminating Overflowing Waste with Reliable Data

Explore how Madrid City Council is using data to reduce overflowing bins, tackle unpredictable waste cycles, and increase the transparency of their operations.

How Israel Is Reducing Collection Services by 30%

Dive into the story of Local Government Economic Services (LGES) and 9 municipalities in Israel who are pioneering dynamic waste services, reducing collections by 30%, and using data to predict waste generation patterns.

How the University of Idaho Is Saving USD 100,000 p.a.

Learn how a smart waste solution is empowering the University of Idaho to provide carbon- and cost-efficient facility management services.

How San Francisco Reduced Overflowing Waste by 80%

Discover how smart sensors helped San Francisco’s Department of Public Works to tackle overflowing bins, reduce street cleaning service requests by 66% and illegal dumping by 64%.

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