Design And Fabrication Of Smart-Waste Segregation System Using IoT
Author(s):
Shanta , Mr. Janardhana K, Prajwal K
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Design And Fabrication Of Smart-Waste Segregation System Using IoT
Abstract
With the increase in human population and the expansion of urban areas, the amount of waste generated also increases, leading to environmental pollution, disease, and unsanitary living conditions. Waste management includes the management of all types of waste, including raw material extraction, manufacture, consumption, and other activities such as health care. However, current practices of managing waste are not effective. To solve this problem, an automatic waste sorting system was introduced, separating pieces of waste into dry, wet and metallic categories. An IoT system is developed which uses sensors installed in bins to monitor the waste level and alert collection service providers to empty bins. In addition to this, methane gas detection is used to detect the methane gas in the bins which alert the users through IOT system. The goal of this work is to create an easy-to-use, affordable household waste sorting system that separates waste and tracks disposal information on a server. Keywords: Waste Segregation, sensors, IOT 1. INTRODUCTION The method of disposing of hazardous waste can produce liquid leachate contaminating surface and groundwater can transmit diseases that spread harmful diseases and can reduce the aesthetic value of the natural environment and is inefficient use of land resources, paints, wires, glasses, unwanted food, etc. come under municipal waste. This waste comes from schools and factories, but primarily comes from our homes. The composition of municipal waste differs in each municipality and keeps changing with time. Municipal waste divides further into: Materials like unused food, clothes, unwanted paper, damaged batteries, etc. come under household wastes.
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Unique Paper ID: 160134

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 1204 - 1208
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