Bifa, a UK waste management expert, is installing security cameras for its garbage bin trucks to reduce the number of victims killed.
According to the ratio, their staff found 93 people sleeping in the industry-
There was a bellows of the size last year.
Although these people are lucky to be found, others have not been so lucky for many years.
Tim stanlin, director of health and safety at the industrial and commercial waste division, told Sky News that four to 10 people died a year because people were inadvertently thrown behind garbage trucks.
Only the drivers of the company remain vigilant can prevent more serious injuries or deaths, he said.
"Of course, our driver was instructed to check the bins, but with the best wishes in the world, it was impossible to do a 100% inspection of every large bin, he said.
While most of the people found sleeping in the bin are homeless, this is by no means the only case, Mr. stanlin said.
"Our collectors found people from all walks of life asleep in the bin.
We want to stress the seriousness of this issue in the media.
Last year, the ratio alone found 93 people in the bin, a worrying statistic.
He added that while installing CCTV cameras would not prevent people from entering waste containers, it would make it easier to identify people who climbed out.
Camera footage should then enable charities and organizations to look for these vulnerable groups, explain the dangers of their actions and, where appropriate, try to find safe shelter for them.