Smart + Heart. How Do You Connect a Community With Bins?

It’s about waste – sort of…

25 shiny new ‘Pulse’ smart bins have now been tested and are ready to go for the Town of Mosman Park.

They’re smart – in fact they’re the first in Australia to feature patented waste/environmental sensing tech but – what we like most – they’ll be telling the story of this community.
 

The Pulse system connects:
  • local business to local charities
  • local waste data to Council
  • local carbon measures to all

It uses 2 unique web based tools to do this.
 

Recommender – brings local charity match-ups to life on your streets.
Capture, meanwhile, measures waste and carbon through a world-first dashboard (carbon data can be shared for all to see via open web portal).
All provided and maintained with no cost to Council or local charities!
Good deal for locals and the planet we think.

 
Please get in touch if you would like to trial Pulse in your council or shopping centre.

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