Over the past number of weeks PEL is making headlines across local Mayo newspapers.
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…)
About Tayto Park/Problem:
Tayto Park, in Co Meath, is Ireland’s largest theme park and zoo. It is home to 100’s of attractions including The Cú Chulainn, Europe’s biggest wooden roller coaster, a 5D Cinema, and most recently they have partnered up with Nissan to bring Ireland’s first ever driving school for kids to the park. Located 30 minutes from Dublin City Centre, Tayto Park has become one of Ireland’s most popular paid attractions with as many as 720,000 visitors coming to the park each year. This high volume of visitors created a litter problem within Tayto Park and they turned to PEL Waste Reduction Equipment to address the issue. (more…)
SolarStreetBin™ Weathers Storm Callum
Storm Callum packing winds of 130KM per hour swept through Ireland last night bringing down trees, knocking out electricity & causing major inconvenience to those caught in its path.
The west of Ireland has been particularly hard hit by the latest Atlantic storm to visit our shores. The strong winds in combination with a high tide has brought flooding to Galway City. The dock area, where PEL Waste Reduction Equipment has a number of the SolarStreetBinTM litter bins installed, is currently under water. However the bins are continuing to function because they are designed to take account of all weather conditions including being immersed in sea water. (more…)
The PEL120SSB SolarStreetBin™ continues to receive extensive attention in the media as it is rolled out to customers across the UK.
The latest coverage has seen the SolarStreetBin™ featured on the BBC London News, the Sunday Telegraph ran a feature on how the product is solving issues with aggressive seagulls and cleaning up parks whilst the Daily Express reported on the PEL120SSB SolarStreetBin™ installation in Greenwich.
The BBC London News showcased the PEL120SSB SolarStreetBin™ on its Wednesday 5th September evening news programme. Gerry O’Boyle highlighted the merits of the SolarStreetBin™ including how it converts sunlight to energy which in turn powers a compactor that allows the PEL120SSB to hold the contents of up to 10 regular bins. (more…)
IoT SolarStreetBin™ with Fill-Level Sensor alerts Greenwich Council when Collection Required.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has installed 18 PEL Waste Reduction Equipment’s solar powered IoT SolarStreetBin™ with a view to increasing the efficiency of bin collection service in the borough.
Greenwich Council is looking at the potential of IoT litter bins to improve the litter collection service offered by the borough. The PEL120SSB solar powered IoT litter bin, sourced from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment is supplied with a compaction system, a sensor for measuring litter levels within the bin and a wireless transmitter which communicates the fill-level data to the borough’s litter collections team.
The PEL120SSB IoT SolarStreetBin™ bins have been installed in nine busy high street locations across the borough and will replace the existing double chamber bins used in those locations. The bins are being deployed in pairs with one bin designated for general waste with the second bin in the station labelled for recycling wastes. (more…)
Galway City Council are investigating the potential of IoT technologies to improve the city’s litter collection service
Galway City Council have installed ten SolarStreetBin™ litter bins from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment in Eyre Square, along Shop Street and on the Salthill Promenade. The IoT SolarStreetBin™ litter bin installations form part of a project investigating the potential of IoT (Internet-of-Things) technologies to impact the efficiency of litter collections in the city.
The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment SolarStreetBin™ is a solar powered IoT litter bin manufactured by PEL Waste Reduction Equipment based in Co. Mayo. The bin is designed to hold up to x10 the quantity of litter compared to a standard 120 Litre or 240 Litre wheelie bin. (more…)