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collection of waste – The metro taifun system

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collection of waste – The metro taifun system


collection of waste – an automatic waste collection system




The metro  taifun system, an automatic waste collection system, or IWC, yes, that functions

like massive vacuum cleaners. The pneumatic vacuum and weighing system collects the waste,

which is sorted into separate containers such as recyclable paper, plastic and bio waste from the waste inlets,

waste bins or high rise chutes where an underground pipe network always transfer terminal.

The metro typhoon system was designed by Finland based Murray Matic that specializes in automated,

solid waste collection systems locally and internationally. In 1983, my roommate established

the taifun Pneumatic conveying system business for the food industry, followed by an AWACS

for municipal waste in 2008. The automatic waste collection system is not just a futuristic concept or prototype,

but instead over one thousand systems have been implemented in more than 40 countries by Mario Dramatic.

These include large and small systems, ranging from residential blocks to entire areas of a city.

There are two versions of these systems, the local  system or LLCs and the total system,

or Sears on a smaller scale, the Metro taifun local collection system for residential blocks offers all the

pneumatic waste collection benefits, which include low cost, fewer orders, no overfilled waste bins,

emission reduction and free design of the residential block, with safety and pleasant aesthetics as a top priority.

While the  plants can be located far from the residential homes,

the points are easily accessible. This method is convenient and safe for residents

and eliminates garbage truck traffic. Metro taifun Total Collection System is the future of waste

transport with the metro network in the cities. In other words, the system collects different waste fractions,

including plastic from different parts of the city to waste transfer terminals located

underground in the metro network. It utilizes the metro network or subway tracks at night

to transport to the treatment plant versus the day when commuters use the metro or subway.

This system’s pros included one sorting options and recycling, as well as reduced emissions,

including CO2 and Knox’s, thanks to the marginal truck movement in residential areas.

So you can say farewell to diesel in your city’s downtown.


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