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Compology provides camera-based dumpster monitoring solutions built for waste, recycling and compost.

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​Compology expands contamination ID capabilities

Compology has improved its container content and contamination identification capabilities to include an expanded list of identifiable items ranging across garbage bags, tanglers (garden hoses, holiday lights, packing straps, etc.), styrofoam, propane tanks, bulky items (pallets, furniture, tires, etc.), e-waste, wood scraps, uncollapsed cardboard, metals, people and more.

Compology’s in-dumpster cameras and Contamination Score provide path to sustainable, efficient waste collection

Compology, based in San Francisco, got its start in the fall of 2013, with its first camera-based container monitoring system deployed in 2014 at the University of California in Santa Cruz. The system is designed to monitor container fullness and automate the process of container pickups between waste generators and haulers. Today, about a fifth of Compology's business is in Canada, with the remainder in the U.S.

​Compology bin monitoring technology to help reduce organics contamination and GHG emissions

The Alameda County Waste Management Authority (StopWaste) has been awarded a $263,000 grant by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to work with Livermore Sanitation, Inc. (LSI) and use Compology's automated, camera-based dumpster monitoring technology to reduce contamination in commercial business compost streams and increase diversion of organics from landfills. Diversion Strategies will oversee the tracking and reporting of progress.

Charity Recycling Service reduces costs with textile recycling bin monitoring technology

Charity Recycling Service (CRS), a for-profit textile collection company, annually collects over 20,000,000 pounds of textiles across 15 states. With a focus on protecting the environment, its recycling program keeps millions of pounds of unwanted items out of the landfills, saves countless gallons of water and fuel, and stops the release of millions of pounds of CO2 into the atmosphere.

The Value of image-based Sensors

There's a shift happening in the way we, as individuals and collectively, think about minimizing our impact on our environment. Financial, political and environmental pressures are putting an increasing emphasis on consumers, businesses and governments to be more efficient, produce less waste and handle the waste we do generate more effectively. We see this across all industries, through increasing commitments to sustainable practices, and across all levels of government, through increasing numbers of environmentally-focused programs and mandates.

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