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Bin-e Waste Management System

World's first AI-based smart waste bin that recognizes and sorts the waste automatically.

June 2020
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Bin-e Waste Management System by Bin-e implemented by Ambilamp in Madrid (Spain) in 2021

Automatic sorting precision expected is between 92% and 95%, plans to install 400 units by 2024

Bin-e Waste Management System

World's first AI-based smart waste bin that recognizes and sorts the waste automatically.

  • World Alliance Member
  • Featured Solution
  • Labelled Solution
Label Date June 24, 2020
By Bin-e
From Poland
Maturity stage TRL 9 / CRI 3-4 - Commercial Scale Up / Multiple commercial Applications

Even though, the need to re-use raw materials keeps increasing, only 29% of waste is recycled nowadays. Recycling guidelines are confusing for people to follow and waste management remains inefficient, it's not a data-driven process. Bin-e is an AI-based smart waste bin that aims to tackle these issues. It recognises, sorts and compresses the waste automatically. Thanks to the compression of plastic and paper the frequency of emptying the bins is reduced by half. The integrated app delivers real-time data that allows to optimize waste management operations. Bin-e is designed for offices and public places, enabling them to achieve efficiency in waste management and reach green strategy goals. It combines most advanced technology to simplify recycling and facilitate the transition to a circular economy.

The Environmental Benefits

  • Bin-e sorts the waste with a precision of over 90%.
  • On a larger scale, Bin-e could optimize collection routes by optimizing collection routes and reducing CO2 emissions of waste transport.

The Financial Benefits

  • In 120 000 m2 office space with a waste production of 15 000 m3 per year, Bin-e makes it possible to save up to €4.6M/year

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World's first smart waste bin.

Headquarters 62-069 Palędzie, Poland
Type Company
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