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Suaidan
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For the NWO people

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Fr Joseph Suaidan (Suaiden, same guy)

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Suaidan wrote: Mon 12 February 2024 3:53 am

 

 "A new project is bringing high-tech cameras to ------ streets to determine whether items in recycling bins are actually recyclable.Starting in June, high-tech cameras, global positioning systems and computers will be installed on city recycling trucks to check what’s inside recycling bins. Artificial intelligence will scan the contents of a bin as its dumped into the truck.If the AI recognizes any unacceptable items like plastic bags, polystyrene foam, yard waste or trash, it will be flagged and a personalized postcard or digital notification will be sent to the resident with “information about how they can recycle better,” the city said in a release.
​​​​​​The ----month pilot project is being funded through a --------- grant from the -------- Department of Environment, ---------. It’s being launched in partnership with the city of ----------, the recycling partnership, and a Candian cleantech startup called Prairie Robotics.The program is already in place in ----------- other ------------- municipalities, including ------------. There, initial results showed inappropriate recycling, called contamination, was reduced by nearly 25% after the grant project was implemented, according to --------- release.“Recycling properly saves taxpayers’ money by reducing costly damage to equipment, as well as the expense of sending contaminated, otherwise recyclable material to the landfill,” said -------------------, an ---------- Materials Management Division recycling specialist, in a release."

Couldn't post the screenshot, so typed instead.

This is from an article within the USA.

They are making moves, Lord Have Mercy!
 

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Rumpelstiltskin wrote: Tue 21 May 2024 10:15 pm
Suaidan wrote: Mon 12 February 2024 3:53 am

 

 "A new project is bringing high-tech cameras to ------ streets to determine whether items in recycling bins are actually recyclable.Starting in June, high-tech cameras, global positioning systems and computers will be installed on city recycling trucks to check what’s inside recycling bins. Artificial intelligence will scan the contents of a bin as its dumped into the truck.If the AI recognizes any unacceptable items like plastic bags, polystyrene foam, yard waste or trash, it will be flagged and a personalized postcard or digital notification will be sent to the resident with “information about how they can recycle better,” the city said in a release.
​​​​​​The ----month pilot project is being funded through a --------- grant from the -------- Department of Environment, ---------. It’s being launched in partnership with the city of ----------, the recycling partnership, and a Candian cleantech startup called Prairie Robotics.The program is already in place in ----------- other ------------- municipalities, including ------------. There, initial results showed inappropriate recycling, called contamination, was reduced by nearly 25% after the grant project was implemented, according to --------- release.“Recycling properly saves taxpayers’ money by reducing costly damage to equipment, as well as the expense of sending contaminated, otherwise recyclable material to the landfill,” said -------------------, an ---------- Materials Management Division recycling specialist, in a release."

Couldn't post the screenshot, so typed instead.

This is from an article within the USA.

They are making moves, Lord Have Mercy!
 

 

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Fr Joseph Suaidan (Suaiden, same guy)

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