New technology implemented by Cleanaway will help local councils answer queries from residents on the status of their bin pickup, and be informed when a scheduled job has been completed.
Technology on-board Cleanaway vehicles will provide near real time information on the company’s truck locations, allowing it to better manage waste collected in weekly kerbside pickups.
It comes as the company prepares to launch its Cleanaview technology in Noosa Council, Queensland on 1 September, followed by The Hills Shire, NSW on 2 October.
Cleanaway aims to help educate residents about what can and can’t be disposed of through their local collection, and how they can safely dispose of other materials. It is also looking to help improve the quality of recyclables delivered to its Material Recycling Facilities and reduce the amount of contaminated materials which end up in landfill. Importantly, it also means that it can ensure prohibited and potentially dangerous materials don’t end up in landfill, and can be safely disposed of.