Amsterdam: a new Pneumatic Waste Collection project based on Innovation, Reliability and Performance

A unique piece of Amsterdam will be developed on Zeeburgereiland - Sluisbuurt. This high-rise neighborhood is characterized by densities, of about 375 homes per hectare, which have never been developed on this scale in Amsterdam. In the field of waste separation, there are ambitious municipal and national targets. That is why the municipality of the Sluisbuurt has been looking for a new way to collect waste and finally, decided to install Pneumatic Waste Collection. Four fractions will be collected through the inlets: residual waste, GFE (Vegetables, Fruit in Food Scraps), OPK (Old Paper Cardboard) in PMD (Plastic, Metals in Drinking Suits). The system can be easily adapted if waste fraction

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