Main government grant funding for local services will be reduced by a further £1.3 billion (36%) in 2019/20 and street cleansing is an area that has attracted considerable scrutiny from the public and press in light of such budget cuts. A report conducted by CIWM/RICARDO-AEA engaged with 183 local authorities and highlights that the savings identified have been through driving efficiencies, streamlining working practices, making better use of resources and buildings, buying services more effectively and maximizing the benefits of new technology.
At WASTE MANAGEMENT Smart Class 2019, IntechnologyWiFi’s Rob Woollard explained how, through the deployment of sensor-based technology, organisations can immediately begin to gain a detailed and in-depth understanding of their waste management activities and assets. From comprehending efficiencies in pick frequency to the number of deployed assets and their locations, Rob demonstrated how an award-winning solution can deliver operational efficiencies, reduce overheads and optimise performance.
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