Safer, hands-free waste management

In the current state of the world, cleanliness – including upholding high standards of hygiene and reducing the risk of infection – is at the forefront of government strategy and operation.

For council departments in particular, preventing disease transmission and providing a safe environment for staff members, customers and visitors is of the utmost importance.

Fortunately, there are smart solutions that can contribute to a Covid-safe environment.

Their names are TOM, RAY and PULSE! See further details on our products page.

Safe, hygienic & automatic

Ystop and waste management

yStop is changing the face of waste management across Australia.

With operations in Perth and Melbourne, the award-winning company designs and manufactures furniture including bins, bus shelters and seats. Being industry experts in community promotion and engagement, we help councils to create community-focused spaces. For the past 20 years, we work directly with businesses to provide community-funded smart furniture at no cost to council.

By leveraging the combination of bin infrastructure and smart waste-sensing technology, yStop empowers councils to track, manage and reduce their waste footprint. This will in turn help to save money and meet smart city requirements.

How your council can benefit

Get in touch with yStop today to see how our innovative team can help you identify, analyse and improve your waste management needs.

Say hello by email at admin@ystop.com.au or calling us on 1300 223 424 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm AWST.

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Stirling Illuminated – Open to Everyone

Exciting news as yStop has just won the contract for managing the City of Stirling’s illuminated bus shelters.

With the contract starting in August, we are very excited to add these shelters to our large range of available assets in Stirling.

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Happy holidays

Thank you for all your business and support this year.
What an epic year it has been with all the COVID madness, we still can’t quite believe the shutdown and its effect on WA. Our team rallied and came through relatively unscathed, with quite a bit of IT help along the way.

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New tech offers clearer, easier-to-read ads

New opaque signs with a semi-transparent viewing strip make shelter advertising easier to read without compromising on bus stop patron visibility.

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Amazing research outcome from Mohamed Ali’s PhD project

Mohamed Ali completed 2 years of foundational research with Murdoch University.

He is now based in Melbourne and works for yStop together  with Dr Giles Oatley from Federation University. Both Dr Giles Oatley and Mohamed are available for all research and development work that the City of Casey would like to undertake. Mohamed’s area of study relates to smart cities with particular expertise in co-located crowd measurement/waste sensor configurations.

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The latest What3words developments

There are two new exciting tech developments that have just been released through what3words, the navigation technology that we use to locate our street furniture.

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What3words is buzzing

Look what has just been featured on QI over the weekend, it’s what3words the system we are currently using to map our smart furniture locations.

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