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Smart Garbage Management System for Hygienic and Healthy Environment

Dinesh Kumar Nali, Srihitham ., E Pranitha, T Shireesha

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Abstract

In metropolitan cities, garbage management is serious problem. It is not possible to check each place where the garbage dump yard is full or not. In many places, even though dustbins are filled, authorities are not cleaning them due to lack of information. As a result, harmful gases are evolved causing illness to human beings and animals. To avoid these problems, a system for monitoring Garbage is designed. Sensors are placed in dustbins, if dustbin is filled completely, then a message is sent to municipal authorities indicating that dust bin status and the location of bin with the help of GSM. Ultrasonic sensors attached to the dustbins intimates the extent to which the bin is filled. It detects the garbage levels and updates information accordingly. Gas sensors senses the presence of harmful gases. If any gas is present it gives information to municipal authorities. Using the concept of Inter of Things (IOT) the data is available in the internet, giving the status information of garbage and gas levels to the municipal authorities.

Keywords: garbage, hazardous gases, IOT, municipal authorities

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N. Dinesh Kumar, Srihitham, E Pranitha, T Shireesha. Smart Garbage Management System for Hygienic and Healthy Environment. Recent Trends in Sensor Research & Technology. 2019; 6(2): 21–27p.



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garbage, hazardous gases, IOT, municipal authorities

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