An Intelligent Garbage and Malodorous Management System using GSM based Technique

Authors

  • Deepak Yadav B.E. Student, Department of Electronics Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology, Ujjain, India
  • Amit Thakur Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology, Ujjain, India

Keywords:

Global System for Mobile Communications, Arduino, Global Positioning System, Waste management, MQ5, Digital India, Swach Bharat

Abstract

This paper presents the objective of the “Swach Bharat” and “Digital India” Programme. It is a smart waste management system that control different activities and actions to handle waste. The smart dustbin has been used with digital sensors that sense the amount of waste and foul gases. If the bin is filled, then the GSM module will send a message to the control room and the control rooms will command the waste collection truck driver to reach at that specific place and clean that trash. The system consists of collection of garbage, tracing, treatment and dumping of garbage with smart tracking system and instruction. This paper shows the implementation of intelligent garbage and malodorous gas management system using components like ultrasonic sensors, microcontroller and GSM module. The systems assure the cleaning of waste quickly when the garbage is full in bin. There is the different waste management technique, but the GSM based system is one of the best in class because it requires less capital and infrastructure. It helps municipal cooperation to save time and money. The GSM based system can also monitor the location of the garbage collection trucks to track them and instruct them to reach nearer site that saves the time, fuel and manpower requirement. This technique helps the municipal cooperation to make their city clean.

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Published

2021-07-11

How to Cite

[1]
D. Yadav and A. Thakur, “An Intelligent Garbage and Malodorous Management System using GSM based Technique”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 7, pp. 97–99, Jul. 2021.

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