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The future of smart city tech: Helping governments be proactive, not reactive

The future of smart city tech: Helping governments be proactive, not reactive

Applying smart technology to waste and recycling fleets provides a win for citizens, governments and the environment, and helps build equitable communities, says Rubicon’s Michael Allegretti.

Swiss waste company signs technology agreement

Swiss waste company signs technology agreement

Helvetia Environnement will use Rubicon’s platform of both in-vehicle and fleet management dashboard technology to uncover cost savings.

Santa Fe awards four-year smart waste contract

Santa Fe awards four-year smart waste contract

Waste reduction and recycling are key elements of the New Mexico city’s commitment to sustainability and carbon neutrality by 2040.

City of Montgomery confirms three-year smart waste contract

City of Montgomery confirms three-year smart waste contract

The city in Alabama has awarded the contract after piloting the Rubicon SmartCity platform for six months last year, which enabled the solid waste department to work smarter.

City of Norfolk smartens up its approach to waste

City of Norfolk smartens up its approach to waste

The Virginian city will deploy the Rubicon smart city platform to improve residential waste services and bolster its commitment to sustainability.

Montgomery launches smart city living lab

Montgomery launches smart city living lab

The lab is being formalised through the creation of the Montgomery Smart Community Alliance, a public-private partnership focused on smart city initiaitives