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Stations and systems

Project and process engineering

The correct dimension according with the amount and type of the materials to process gives rise to installation’s layout’s with several levels of automation, equipment integrators from different manufacturers and recognized specialists in separation systems.

In collaboration with the study offices of our suppliers, our technical office develops turnkey projects, which best adapt to the needs of our customers.

Transfer Stations

The emission of odors and the leaking of leachate during its storage and transport and the changes in the handling of the MSW are made by using their container.

The optimization of transport costs at the final destination reinforces the advantage of proceeding with their compaction, being possible to obtain volume reductions up to 1: 3.

Whenever quantities and distances justify interim storage, compaction units must be complemented by an automatic content movement system,and so appearing in the Transfer Station.

Sorting stations

The growing possibilities for recycling materials have led to the development of policies to encourage selective collection with the consequent increase in the quantities collected.

The need to increase the installed sorting capacity, forced the automation of the first generation facilities, achieving recovery levels unattainable with traditional systems.

From the feed bunkers with a doser, to the bags, through the separation equipment, sieves, ballistic separators, optical separators - many solutions can be adopted.

Once the different types of materials are separated, comes again the need to optimize the conditions of storage and transport, which makes their baling indispensable.

The use of continuous automatic baling presses allows  fast processing of materials using reduced labor.

Mechanical Treatment Units (MT)

These units, endowed with equipment such as bag openers, sieves, ballistic separators, optical separators, etc., aim to separate the organic component from the recyclable fraction contained in undifferentiated urban waste.

This minimizes the amount of waste eventually  destined for the soil, increasing the amount of waste to be recycled.