Rapid population expansion
necessitated increased resource use in everyday living. As a result, the
pace of trash gen-eration has increased dramatically, affecting the
environment's hygiene system and other health concerns. Waste overflows
in public spaces, and improved management is necessary. The purpose of
this study is to develop a model of an intelligent trashcan for usage in
smart cities. Additionally, to identify dangerous gases emitted by
dustbins for subsequent management operations, as well as to monitor the
amount of trash in the waste bin and warn the municipality through SMS.
This system includes two ultrasonic sonar sensors for measuring trash
level, a GSM module for sending SMS, three gas sensors for detecting
harmful garbage gas, an infrared sensor for counting garbage droplets,
and an Arduino Uno for managing all activities. The system notifies you
whether the bin is full or empty and can also be controlled by voice
command. Additionally, released gas may be monitored to determine the
severity of the impairment and to notify the appropriate authorities.
Most significantly, it will identify a failed trash drop in the bin and
alert the user through alarm for truly considering the reduction of
spilled garbage surrounding bins while using the system.