Municipalities dedicate their largest budget in disposal of urban waste, being landfill overflow is one of the major challenges public administrations will face in the near future with no critical information in this matter. This scenario does not make data-based decision making possible. It is estimated that 72% of urban waste will increase in 2025 with an increase of population moving to cities, which will total from 3 billion to 7.6 billion people. The generation of garbage will increase from 3,500 tons / day to 6,100 tons / day.
Currently landfills in Europe are full, with a consequent increase in public expenditures on logistics and maintenance.
EBIOSS Group‘s business model is based on offering a solution in three key points: technology, information management (Big Data) and waste disposal.
The model is applied as follows, creating a closed cycle that controls the entire transformation process from waste to energy:
By applying these solutions together, the waste-to-energy transformation cycle is completed, articulating a global operational infrastructure in a remote (online) and in real time that allows to optimize waste management control on the following points:
· Amount of waste produced.
· Where it has occurred.
· Who has produced it.
· Where to locate the containers.
· Locate containers filled and ready for collection.
· The EBIOSS Group model entails a cost reduction of 30%
Our business areas are summarized in the following eight key concepts: