Waste diversion refers to the amount of waste diverted from the landfill. This includes composted, recycled, reused or repurposed waste. Having a high
For cities and states, managing waste creates major expenses and challenges. Most cities hire independent firms to collect all bins on a weekly basis.
People living in cities deal with a lot of pollution. Unfortunately, this can have a negative impact on the health and safety of residents, especially
Waste management teams spend several hours each week emptying bins. Although it’s important that teams empty bins in a timely manner, many times it
Businesses and event venues often find it difficult to monitor crowds. This is especially true for large buildings and wide open spaces.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans visit sporting events each year. From hockey, baseball, football, and soccer to La Crosse and tennis, it seems
Everyone wants to live in a place where they feel safe, comfortable, and happy. Unfortunately, many cities fail to provide these basic necessities to
Cities across the United States are becoming smarter every day. It makes sense when you consider the benefits gained from turning everyday objects
We’ve all heard of “Smart Cities.” While many of us have a general understanding of what this term means, implementation has been all over the place