System introduction

Construction activities in every society are inevitable and its level is directly related to the economic and social situation of that society. Waste management (caused by destruction and building construction) is an integral part of municipal waste management due to the high volume of construction and repairs around cities.
In this regard, municipalities should be in accordance with the tasks assigned to them under the Waste Management Law - the 2004 Parliamentary Assembly and the executive bylaw approved by the Cabinet of Ministers and the communique of the municipal organization and the Ministry of Interior - which has been notified to subsidiary units to plan, organize, watch and perform executive operations related to the production, collection, storage, separation, transportation, recycling, processing, disposal, training and informing about constructional wastes management in cities and suburbs.
Based on the standards and requirements presented in this documentation, HICO has implemented mechanized and intelligent building waste management processes.

The system operating purpose

    Web-based access for the container Applicants
    Managing and archive requests for container
    Managing  existing, provided and scrap boxes
    Managing box warehouses
    Managing Fleet vehicles for box transportation
    Managing earnings from electronic and cash payments
    Ability to sell construction waste to other districts.
    Managing user abusage while using the container 
    Observation of the position of the boxes and their position on the Google Maps 
    Comprehensive reports about income and implementation


project Necessity of project implementation

    Lack of complete and accurate database of cars, containers, citizens and etc.
    Lack of knowledge about construction waste production from the very beginning stage of the operation.
    Unawareness about the options that the law provides for the personnel of the waste management organization.
    Unawareness of the very useful rules mentioned in the above.
    Unable to classify organization information according to access levels.
    Lack of easy access to information and detailed costs of citizens.
    The interference of personalized human choices in the application of affairs.
    Lack of integrity of municipalities’ information with the waste management organization.
    Unavailability of diverse, complete, fast reports of various types of applications for managers of the organization.