Making the Most of Optimisation and Disruption: WASTE MANAGEMENT Smart Class 2018 Retrospective

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Local authorities across the UK are increasingly looking at optimisation to find new ways to deliver efficiencies across their waste collection operations. At WASTE MANAGEMENT Smart Class 2018, Yotta’s Steve White explained how the latest advances in connected infrastructure, Internet of Things technology and connected asset management are exploding the service and software silos that have traditionally hindered progress and bringing councils new opportunities to optimise their whole approach.

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WASTE MANAGEMENT Smart Class 2018

WASTE MANAGEMENT Smart Classes show key buyer side stakeholders how deploying the latest digital technology-enabled solutions and best practices can help increase the efficiency of waste collection, separation and disposal, and facilitate the transition of the waste market to a circular economy.

  28/11/2018

   Leeds, UK

Sponsored by
Yotta
OpenDataSoft
Dsposal
ODI Leeds
Imactivate
Supported by
SEPA
LIFE SMART Waste project
SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK
Hull City Council
Environmental Services Association

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