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London needs a lot of facilities for managing and recycling waste. IoT data will help businesses take responsibility for their emissions output. Air and noise quality monitors, video technologies, and other equipment were deployed at three trash centres to manage, minimise, and document emissions control.
The impact of our changing climate on how we live and work is one of the latest challenges facing local authorities. Record-breaking dry spells, followed by wet weather can see councils having to deal with park fires one day and flash floods the next.
Fly-tipping is a growing issue across the UK causing health and safety issues, a significant cost for local authorities and blighting communities. It provides a habitat for vermin and risks people’s health when hazardous waste is dumped such as asbestos, unknown chemicals, gas bottles and mattresses.
When the pandemic hit, local authorities faced huge challenges in keeping vulnerable residents safe. Social distancing limited their ability to make visits and affected the willingness of residents to allow people into their homes.
A Digital Town Hub will provide selected communities within the London Borough of Croydon (LBC) with a locally managed platform to support social cohesion, resident engagement and local economic growth.
As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became apparent, a number of discussions were initiated with local council service providers.
RBK and LBS officers expressed a strategic requirement to better understand how the Council could support the reopening of the highstreet (and other areas in the borough) while still helping to protect its residents.