The Public Works Waste Management Division of Chesapeake, Va., is starting a collection route optimization project using “RouteSmart Technologies” in an effort to make trash collection more efficient.
These technologies will be used to reconfigure the city’s existing trash collection route, making it more efficient.
The first round of results from this project is slated to be released at the end of this month.
WTKR has more details on this project:
Chesapeake is looking at ways to make trash collection a bit more efficient.
The Public Works Waste Management Division is starting a collection route optimization project using “RouteSmart Technologies.”
It is used to reconfigure existing garbage collection route in order to make them more efficient.