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  • Automated waste collections solutions for the take-all capacity

    How does the Curotto-Can system handle bulky items, such as appliances, in order to meet the "take-all" requirement of residential contracts?. Haulers are sometimes concerned that by using an automated system they cannot meet the “take-all” requirement of residential contracts - this is not so with the Curotto-Can system. The robust arm and lock-sure grabbers of the Curotto-Can enable haulers to load all the typical take-all items including bulky furniture and appliances.

    By Curotto-Can, Inc. - part of Environmental Solutions Group based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Construction and Demolition Waste

    M&K plants divert Construction and Demolition waste from landfill by separating the waste into materials such as Hardcore, Soils, Wood(s), Metals, Stone, Cardboard, Paper and Plastic at the lowest possible cost per ton. M&K Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Systems combine manual as well as automated sorting with the latest in feeding, screening & separation technology, allowing contractors to efficiently separate, sort and recover a wide variety of material types. What is Construction and Demolition...

    By MK Group based in Galbally, IRELAND.

  • Landfill trips reduce productivity

    There are three main factors that contribute to the Curotto-Can having the highest productivity of any automated curbside collection system. One: when operated at maximum efficiency the driver of a Curotto-Can starts to extend the grabbers as they are pulling up to the cart. Then it takes approximately 4-5 seconds to pick up, dump, and return the cart to its original position - the shortest of any automated system. The wheels are stopped only for the 4-5 seconds it takes to complete the dump cycle. The...

    By Curotto-Can, Inc. - part of Environmental Solutions Group based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Waste handling in flight catering kitchens

    Large catering kitchens at airports are operational more or less round the clock. They have to deal with enormous amounts of waste from incoming aircraft, food preparation kitchens and staff canteens. Compared with traditional manual refuse collection methods, an automated kitchen waste system is safer, more efficient, more hygienic – and cheaper in the long run.

    By Envac AB based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

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