Eliminating black dumps completely is unrealistic. But significantly in the future to reduce their incidence is achievable. On what does its achievement depend and why and how do black dumps arise in the first place?

We spend a third of our lives at work. In addition to work, of course, every worker produces waste. In many cases, much more waste is generated in the workplace than in a normal household. Therefore, it is very important to sort the waste. Many companies still do not do enough.

Thursday, 03 June 2021 10:23

How to sort and collect kitchen waste

Biodegradable kitchen waste is a type of waste that is generated in households or catering facilities (especially biowaste from kitchens), or in gardens, parks, etc. Biological waste can be recovered in a biogas plant or composted after sorting, which puts these resources back into the processing cycle.

Monday, 31 May 2021 10:30

How to reduce waste collection costs?

Waste collection is not a cheap affair. Therefore, cities and municipalities must regularly increase the fees for municipal waste collection. But there is another way. Not increasing, but more significant savings. At the same time, the collection efficiency itself increases.

Throwing everything into one (garbage) bag is not worth it. Learning to recycle properly not only reduces the amount of waste that ends up in landfills but also allows us to often save considerable funds. The good news is that waste separation can be started almost immediately and it costs nothing.

Waste sorting and recycling are mandatory in Slovakia, but they can also be smart. Waste sorting protects the environment and conserves natural resources. Getting involved in waste sorting can be literally attractive. The simpler the system, the more it inspires the residents themselves to try to sort.

Collection containers are labeled with RFID chips and delivered to individual fee-payers. This is how the town of Senec entered 2020. Monitoring of container emptying brought the first achievement in the form of reducing the volume of mixed municipal waste (MMW) by more than 700 tons year on year.

Friday, 26 February 2021 10:42

Biological and kitchen waste under control

The ESONA system offers an effective combination of mobile application and container labeling for biodegradable kitchen waste. When exporting, just scan the QR code sticked to the garbage bag or container in the mobile application. You and your customer will have information on the exact time and place of export of waste from a specific end taxpayer. Address records can contribute to improving the quality of waste shipped.

Thursday, 25 February 2021 10:48

Monitored collection is more efficient

The system developed by the Slovak company enables efficient planning of collection and transport routes by means of records of exported waste

Thursday, 28 January 2021 19:03

Do you own your data?

We all work with a number of applications that produce large amounts of data. But where does this data end? What if it is data produced by our own business activities or systems? Are you sure you own your business data? Or are you just hostages of suppliers, and restless believers in the correctness of "black boxes" and files scattered in your organization? Each and every organization has to ask these questions today.

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