Robotics for a greener tomorrow.

Creating sustainable, innovative, tech-driven solutions to persistent environmental problems.

See how we’re helping smart cities of the future.

CleanRobotics is opening up a new program to replace all of your facilities waste stations with TrashBots for free. Contact Sales to learn more

Improve Waste Diversion

CleanRobotics’ TrashBot™ sorts waste more accurately than people. Powered by AI and a cloud connected robotic system, we improve diversion with less waste and more recyclables. For many facilities, this means instant savings with a reduced landfill footprint.

Educate Consumers How to Recycle

Educate the public and your employees on how to recycle and reduce their waste footprint. With the built in screen and content management system, tailoring messages for your organization’s sustainability goals.

Autonomous Waste Audits

Paying to have workers dig through and weigh garbage is expensive, time consuming, messy and dangerous. With CleanRobotics technology, audits are only a simple click away. No more digging through dumpsters!

Photo — A line of workers separate recyclables from landfill waste at a recycling facility.

There is a need for better recycling solutions.

Recycling rules are confusing.

With so many products these days, it can be hard to know what is, or is not, recyclable.

We get highly contaminated recyclables.

When something doesn’t belong in the recycling bin, it taints good recyclables.

No one is buying contaminated recyclables.

In 2018, China went from taking 50% of US recyclables to almost zero because of high contamination. This sudden shift has plunged the global industry into a crisis.

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CleanRobotics has been recognized for our innovations in technology and sustainable impact.

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Contact: info@a-listinterviews.com Call: 303-818-0550 At CleanRobotics, our mission is to create sustainable, innovative, tech-driven solutions to persistent environmental problems, ensuring a greener tomorrow. We are looking for a...

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Waste Diversion 101 – What is it and how to measure it?

Waste Diversion 101 – What is it and how to measure it?

About 2700 liters of water go into making a single cotton shirt, which the average person would use for about two and a half years. The dilemma is that we wear the shirt for just a few years, and it ends up in a landfill. According to an EPA report, Americans generate about 292.4 million tons of trash every year, about 325 is recycled or composted, and 20% of what goes into the recycling bins is actually recycled. The amount of trash is growing year by year alongside its environmental and economic impacts.

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