As we approach the season of all things scary; goblins, ghoul’s, ghosts and…let’s face it we no longer need to wait for all Hallows Eve to face frightening figures. Every day we encounter the alarmingly scary plastic waste figures globally!
It has been announced this week that PEL is the winner of the Public Sector Award for Innovation 2021. This award is in recognition of the PEL BriteBin™ software technology. BriteBin™ is a cloud-based software solution. It empowers councils, local authorities and also private sector customers to cost-efficiently manage their waste collection services. This helps improve the environment and well-being of people living within their catchment area.
Tommy Griffith recently gave an interview with the Council Review where he discussed the merits of the SolarStreetBin™.
The Council Review includes expert opinion and analysis on the changing face of local government in Ireland and is circulated to local authority chief executives and senior officials, and city and county councillors, in addition to government ministers, state and semi-state agencies, trade union bodies and public sector and employer organisations. Tommy Griffith spoke with the Council Review recently to provide some insights on PEL Waste Reduction Equipment and discussed the SolarStreetBin™ in detail and how it adds value for councils on their litter collections process.
You can read the full interview here – bit.ly(more…)
The Public Sector Magazine is Ireland’s dedicated magazine for the Public Sector, Semi-State Bodies and Civil Servants. Each year the publication presents the Excellence in Business Award which recognises excellence in key providers to the Irish Public Sector and the SolarStreetBin™ from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has just received the 2019 accolade. (more…)
PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has been announced as the winner in the Manufacturing and Design category of The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2019.
The winners of the Irish Times Innovation Awards were announced at a gala dinner held in the Concert Hall RDS on Tuesday 5th November and PEL Waste Reduction Equipment was recognised as the winner in the Manufacturing and Design category of The Irish Times for 2019. (more…)
Fingal County Council Awards Solar Compacting Litter Bin Tender to SolarStreetBin™
PEL Waste Reduction Equipment have commenced installing the SolarStreetBinTM in Fingal County Council. The installation programme follows the award of a tender for the supply of solar powered compacting litter bins and associated information technology run by the Council earlier in 2019.
PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has installed the first consignment of the SolarStreetBinTM and associated BriteBinTM information technology in Howth, Co. Dublin. The installation programme follows on from Fingal County Council’s award of a contract for the supply of solar powered compacting litter bins and associated information technology made by the council earlier in the year. (more…)
The SolarStreetBin™ from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has been selected as one of the 15 finalists in the Irish Times Innovation Awards for 2019. The finalists were chosen from more than 100 applications and the winners of the five categories will be announced at a ceremony at the RDS in Dublin on Tuesday, November 5th 2019.
The Irish Times Innovation Awards showcase and reward excellence in product and service innovation across five separate categories each year. The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment (more…)
Galway City Council has installed fifty (50) solar powered IoT SolarStreetBin™ litter bins from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment as a follow-up to a successful six-month trial of IoT litter bin technology in 2018.
Galway City Council have completed the installation of fifty SolarStreetBin™ litter bins in a bid to fight the mounting volumes of litter across the city. The bins, commissioned after a successful extended trial in 2018, hold up to ten times the quantity of litter compared to a standard bin. The SolarStreetBin™ litter bins are equipped with a sensor and communications technology which notifies the Council when the bin is full. This high-technology solution will (more…)