A major focal point and trend for corporations and major metropolises in the world’s developed countries today is that of so-called smart-city technologies. Smart-city tech is a term that refers to any technology consistently being used to improve municipal infrastructure. These innovations typically manifest as upgrades to existing technology and tools already in use for a myriad of daily public functions.
Tel Aviv will have a new place to put their trash. Early this September, the cornerstone-laying ceremony for the new Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) plant took place at the Hiriya Recycling Park in the Dan region during the first International Waste Tech Conference.