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MCE 2026, Milan, Italy

24 - 27 Mar 2026
Big Data is revolutionizing the environment and waste management industry as it offers powerful tools to enhance collaboration and efficiency. As waste management challenges intensify, data-driven insights are becoming essential for optimizing operations. By analyzing metrics from collection routes to recycling rates, companies can improve efficiency in real-time. This not only enhances coordination between municipal bodies, waste collectors, and recycling centers, but also ensures that resources are utilized effectively. Predictive analytics now play a crucial role in forecasting waste generation and help cities devise efficient collection strategies. Real-time tracking systems ensure that waste is directed to the most suitable processing sites, which further optimizes the use of available resources. There’s the matter of public-facing data dashboards. Being completely transparent involves citizens in the recycling process by motivating them to recycle more and nurtures a sense of collective responsibility. Food waste is increasingly becoming a focal point in waste management discussions. With a significant portion of global food production wasted annually, the drive for solutions is intensifying. Efforts to address food waste span the entire supply chain from improved harvesting techniques to collaborations between retailers and food banks. Consumer education campaigns are highlighting smart purchasing and efficient food use, while technology platforms connect buyers with nearly expired goods or directly with farmers. In response to this issue, the environment and waste management industry is launching composting facilities and organic waste collection initiatives. These efforts turn unavoidable food waste into eco-friendly compost. Efficient recycling is increasingly dependent on precise screening and sorting techniques. As sustainability takes center stage, technological breakthroughs in recycling processes are emerging. The days of solely manual sorting are gone, replaced by advancements that leverage robotics, artificial intelligence, and state-of-the-art sensors. Tools like near-infrared (NIR) and hyperspectral imaging are now used to discern materials based on their distinct properties.


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