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Rotterdam significantly increases efficiency of waste collection

THE NETHERLANDS

Rotterdam is to introduce the second phase of a Paper and Cardboard Waste Fractions project with Enevo, an innovator in smart waste management and its Dutch partner TWS. The extended use of Enevo waste management data analytics and dynamic route planning in the Netherland’s second largest city with help further the push towards a circular economy. The project extension will double the number of monitored waste containers and increase the use of Enevo Smart Plan software for optimised collection route planning for 40 percent of the underground paper and card waste containers in the city. Initially deployed as a pilot to demonstrate the effectiveness of Enevo’s technology, Rotterdam also enlisted the expertise of its waste collection team to optimise the Enevo Smart Plan route planning software.

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