Collection & Transportation

Collection & Transportation

News

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Volvo Group’s autonomous refuse truck is designed to make the driving safer in built-up areas, not least when reversing. Sensors continuously monitor the vehicle’s...

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According to the study, for each tonne of end-of-life solar photovoltaic panel (panels have an average weight of 35 kg), current technology enables the...

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Copper recycling requires 85% less energy than primary copper production. The use of recycled copper prevents 40 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum....

Articles

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We begin 2017 with FuturENVIRO’s first special issue of the year on waste, featuring our by now well established section entitled “In depth: Analysis...

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Nature as the source of inspiration A deafening noise announced that the Japanese bullet train was entering or leaving a tunnel. An unbearable thunderous din...

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First it was glass and containers, then paper and board and, since a few years ago, electrical equipment and batteries. For all these waste...

Reports & Specials

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This special is devoted to ballistic separators, balers & compactors for recycling plants. A simple, comprehensive and useful technical guide to the main features...

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The Caudete de las Fuentes MSW treatment plant (Valencia) is one of two facilities belonging to the Consorcio Valencia Interior, which is responsible for...

Products

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France’s smallest natural gas mid-range truck for refuse collection, the Iveco Eurocargo 120EL21 P, has debuted in the Allison Transmission booth (Hall 2, Stand...

Events

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At the end of May, the Spanish Association of Municipal Waste Packaging Recovery and Sorting Plants (ASPLARSEM) will bring together a large representation of the environment...

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#wasteinprogress is an international municipal waste management forum that showcases successful examples of waste collection. It is a space for in-depth analysis and discussion...

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The 16th International Automobile Recycling Congress IARC 2016 organized by ICM AG will be held from March 16 – 18, 2016 in the Hotel...