Routine waste collection in cities and municipalities operates on a system of regular removal of mixed municipal and sorted waste. Waste costs are calculated per capita. However, it is different from the ESONA system. Municipalities have the opportunity to set a waste fee individually for each inhabitant and can significantly increase the share of separation. It is not for nothing that such waste collection is also called intelligent waste export.

The quantitative collection is still in its infancy in Slovakia, and it is a system that can in many cases very effectively save the population money for waste, increase transparency, fairness and is more efficient for municipalities. What is its success?

Every organization needs healthy data - data that is clean, complete, and satisfactory. But what is healthy data and how do you get it?

Tuesday, 21 September 2021 16:11

RFID chips and their use in the ESONA system

How can RFID technology be used in the export of municipal waste? How can it help local governments, trade unions, and even specific citizens?

Friday, 10 September 2021 15:31

ESONA again at the ZMOS 2021 event

With the participation of almost 500 delegates and guests, the 31st ZMOS took place on 8-9 September 2021.

Do you know how to properly sort waste? Which waste containers do they belong to? Each city and municipality may have different waste sorting rules. More in the article.

Wednesday, 08 September 2021 13:46

Municipal waste charges: How are they calculated?

Municipal waste and its collection are not cheap. Have your levies increased for you too? However, the legislation is also to blame for the inefficient solution of local governments.

Biodegradable waste occupies a large proportion of the waste that ends up in landfills but does not have to. Can composting be the way? Read more on the blog.

Increasing fees for municipal waste - does it also apply to your municipality or city? Have you heard about smart waste management? Read our article.

We currently have applications for almost anything. Why is ESONA different? How can it make life easier for citizens, local governments and even exporters?

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