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An IoT Based Efficient Waste Collection System with Smart Bins

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posted on 12.06.2020 by Khandaker Foysal Haque, Rifat Zabin, Kumar Yelamarthi, Prasanth Yanambaka, Ahmed Abdelgawad
Waste collection and management is an integrated
part of both city and village life. Lack of optimized and efficient waste collection system vastly affect public health and costs more. The prevailing traditional waste collection system is neither optimized nor efficient. Internet of Things (IoT) has been playing a great role in making human life easier by making systems smart, adequate and self sufficient. Thus, this paper proposes an IoT based efficient waste collection system with smart bins. It does real-time monitoring of the waste bins and determines which bins are to emptied in every cycle of waste collection. The system
also presents an enhanced navigation system that shows the best route to collect wastes from the selected bins. Four waste bins are assumed in the city of Mount Pleasant, Michigan at random location. The proposed system decreases the travel distance by 30.76% on an average in the assumed scenario, compared to the traditional waste collection system. Thus it reduces the fuel cost and human labor making the system optimized and efficient by enabling real-time monitoring and enhanced navigation.

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haque1k@cmich.edu

ORCID of Submitting Author

0000-0003-2791-6863

Submitting Author's Institution

Central Michigan University

Submitting Author's Country

United States of America

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