Sundsvall takes waste management to new levels with BigBelly

During Thursday morning placed it out ten smart trash cans out on the streets and parks in Sundsvall, called BigBelly. The devices were placed out gives a better spam management with increased capacity and also comes with an integrated Wi-Fi networks as visitors can connect to and surf freely.

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We welcome Sundsvall municipality to the platform BigBelly!

During Thursday morning placed it out ten smart trash cans out on the streets and parks in Sundsvall, called BigBelly. The devices were placed out gives a better spam management with increased capacity and also comes with an integrated Wi-Fi networks as visitors can connect to and surf freely. The units are self-contained and uses solar energy to compress the garbage which then alert staff when it is time for emptying.

"This is the best in the field right now," said Tomas Häggström, head of park section in Sundsvall.

"I hope that people use them and see them as a positive thing in the city, says Alexander f.

 

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