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The trend of IoT is increasing day by day, making each and everything related to daily life a smart thing. Making things smart also reduces the need for manpower; in addition, the work is done appropriately as it decreases human intervention. The garbage management is one of the major problems as it causes many diseases if the garbage is not collected on time. Smart bins are used to collect all the garbage from a particular area until the bins are filled up to a threshold level. When the bin is 80% filled, the location of the bin is displayed to the garbage collector on his mobile application using the GPS module attached to the bin. With respect to the above theory, we are proposing an idea in which there is a prototype that the bin when gets filled up to a threshold level, i.e. when 80% of the bin is filled, the GPS module attached to the bin will show an alert to the garbage collector truck of that area that the bin in his vicinity needs to be emptied. A shortest path to empty all the filled bins or the bins with the threshold level is also displayed on the mobile application that saves fuel and time and more work can be done. When the bin is filled or senses hazardous gas using a gas sensor, it will close the lid until the garbage truck arrives to empty it. Once the lid is closed, only the garbage collecting truck assigned to that area can open the lid. The garbage is then dumped to the garbage collecting truck, which in turn is composed of a unit that comprises individual machines that have the ability to segregate different types of waste using robotic arm by detecting the properties of that waste.
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