How does this system improve my life?

For users, the system introduces significant improvements in waste management, providing facilities for both households and commercial establishments.


How does the new waste collection system work?

Through advanced technologies such as mobile apps and smart cards, household users have controlled and personalised access to bins. This technology not only facilitates more active participation in waste segregation, but also improves urban aesthetics and hygiene by reducing the unnecessary accumulation of litter on the streets.

How does it contribute to the circular economy?

Transparency and full traceability of the service ensure that every user benefits from a more sustainable and effective waste management system, thus promoting greater environmental awareness and active participation in the circular economy.


Malaga at the forefront of sustainability and circular economy in terms of waste management

This pioneering initiative will transform Malaga into one of the most advanced smart cities in Europe.

This breakthrough will not only place Malaga at the forefront in terms of technological innovation and environmental management, but will also serve as a role model for other European cities seeking to make the transition to more sustainable and efficient practices.

AI-based route optimisation and predictive waste collection are just the beginning. The ability to interact directly with the waste management system through mobile apps and smart cards allows citizens to not only actively contribute to the sustainability of their city, but also to feel more connected to their community and the environment around them.

Malaga is demonstrating that the smart cities of the future are not only built with technology, but with a clear vision towards sustainability and inclusion.

This is an exciting moment for Malaga and an inspiring example of how technology and vision can work together to create smarter, greener and more inclusive cities.

By integrating cutting-edge technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) into everyday waste management, Malaga is laying the foundations for a future where technology and sustainability are intertwined in every aspect of urban life.

With these technologies, Malaga is redefining what it means to be a smart city, focusing not only on operational efficiency and convenience for its citizens, but also on creating an urban environment that prioritises sustainability, citizen participation and community well-being.