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IOT BASED SMART WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK AND EMBEDDED LINUX BOARD

@inproceedings{Lata2016IOTBS,
  title={IOT BASED SMART WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK AND EMBEDDED LINUX BOARD},
  author={Kusum Lata and Shri S. K. Singh},
  year={2016}
}
In many places, it can be seen that the Municipal garbage bins are overflowing and they are not cleaned at proper time. As a result of which the consequences are severe. It includes overflow of garbage which results in land pollution, spread of diseases. It also creates unhygienic conditions for people, and ugliness to that place. There should be a system that can monitor the bin and can give the information of filling of the bin to the municipality using wireless sensor network so that the bin… 

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