When implementing new technologies, refuse fleets seek enhanced safety and productivity, operational efficiency and the best possible return on investment.
Lytx’s Device Health Report monitors the overall health of installed Lytx devices, including overdue for check-in, recurring power disconnects and ignition not detected.
An IoT services provider has equipped refuse trucks with sensors that identify and contact businesses when a garbage truck is passing.
The National Waste & Recycling Association’s Safety Committee toured the American Center for Mobility to learn about the latest technologies for autonomous vehicles and what they may mean for the waste industry.
The Waste360 40 Under 40 award winner discusses how refuse fleets have changed over the years and why he believes electromobility is a sustainable, long-term solution.
Perkins Manufacturing’s president and CEO shares how she has grown the company while carrying on her late father’s legacy and passion for the business.
After a 45-day comment period and federal protocols, changes likely won’t take effect until the end of 2020.
The association says the proposed lockout/tagout rule would not increase workplace safety but applauds NHTSA for its CNG inspection rule.
Romanaggi’s appointment is effective immediately; he will report to Stefan Kurschner, senior vice president of aftermarket for DTNA.
Since last September, DSNY has parked its displaced refuse trucks in the East Village as the department continues its search for a new parking garage.