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User satisfaction survey Spain 2015

Interviews with 2,150 Envac system users in five cities in Spain. A survey carried out by SigmaDos in 2015.

Encuesta Usuarios Recogida Neumática

Una encuesta llevada a cabo por SigmaDos en 2015 entre 2,150 usuarios del sistema en cinco municipios españolas.

A comparative study of traffic emissions in a North American mid-rise development

Emission study that provides a waste collection scenario for a residential, mixed-use, waterfront “new town” development, in a suburban area in the Northeast region of North America. The purpose has been to compare two types of waste collection systems and to determine their impact on the environment. (by RTS, USA)

A comparative study of traffic emissions in a North American high-rise development

Emission study that provides a waste collection scenario for a residential, mixed-use, waterfront “new town” development, in a suburban area in the Northeast region of North America. The purpose has been to compare two types of waste collection systems and to determine their impact on the environment. (by RTS, USA)

A comparative study of traffic emissions in a Swedish mid-rise development (Stora Ursvik)

An environmental impact simulation (by SWECO) of traditional bin based waste collection and Envac’s underground waste transportation system. This is the result of the simulation with regards to traffic emissions. (Stora Ursvik, Sweden)

A comparative study of space savings in a Swedish mid-rise development (Hammarby Sjöstad – Västra Sjöstaden)

An economical comparison between a manual waste handling and a stationary vacuum suction system handling three separate waste streams (by Sweco, April 2005).

Assessing the property value of alternative waste managment technologies

It is possible to economically assess and compare different waste management approaches using a simple formula - comparing their relative value to a development. If, for example, waste rooms can be used for other purposes, this will increase operational revenue for the property owner and should therefore be part of the economic assessment when evaluating different waste handling technologies.