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May 22, 2019

San Francisco Partners with AI Company to Install “Smart” Bins

Keeping San Francisco’s streets clean is important for the vitality of the city, benefitting residents, businesses and visitors. Smart waste bin technology is one tool the city has begun to utilize to keep the streets free of waste.

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May 21, 2019

How a ‘Smart’ Trash Bin Can Transform City Garbage Collection

A handful of cities around the globe have deployed “smart” trash bins, or receptacles equipped with sensors under the lid that monitor when the bins are filling up and alert the sanitation department to empty them before they are full. Tests conducted by the bin makers and several city waste departments have shown that emptying trash containers before they are full tends to make collecting waste much more efficient.

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March 28, 2019

Nordsense earned a spot on the #theimpact100

”I dag mäts framgång ofta enbart i termer av värdering och tillväxt. Vi tycker att man missar en dimension, nämligen påverkan som bolag har på samhället. Därför vill vi lyfta fram impact-startups, bolag vars själva affärsmodell är att lösa samhällsutmaningar eller miljö- och klimatproblem”, säger Erik Engellau-Nilsson.

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March 8, 2019

In An Effort To Clean Up The Streets, San Francisco Is Installing 1,000 Trash Can Sensors

San Francisco is becoming world-renowned for its filthy streets covered in used drug needles and human excrement. Last week the city committed to a plan to do something about the garbage problem. It is buying sensors from a Danish company which use a laser to detect the amount of trash in a can and, when the can is full, will send a signal to the city that it needs to be emptied. From the San Francisco Chronicle:

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