Tackling food waste: South Korea’s success story

South Korea’s food waste policy is an excellent example of how effective government action can help to address a considerable environmental problem. By continuing to invest in new technologies and policies, the country can build on its success and reduce food waste in the coming years.

Navigating the hazards of manual waste handling and what is the future

Managing waste, mainly through manual handling, involves navigating a landscape fraught with potential hazards. These challenges underscore the need for a comprehensive approach to protect both individuals and our planet.

Effective waste management in hospitals with Sort-More

From the rolling hills of Italy to the fjords of Norway and from the bustling streets of Hong Kong to the serene landscapes of Sweden, the cutting-edge Sort-More system has been installed in several different hospitals in these diverse regions worldwide, showcasing its global reach and impact.

Improved recycling in the UK: Envac’s innovative cardboard shredder at Barking Riverside

Groundbreaking system allows residents from approximately 2,000 homes to manage large volumes of cardboard waste sustainably. The initiative is set to prevent around 105 tonnes of cardboard from ending up in landfills annually.

Transforming urban living: The benefits of Automatic Waste Collection Systems

Envac Automatic Waste Collection System (AWCS) is a practical approach to managing urban waste. The system not only streamlines waste management processes but also brings a multitude of benefits to urban environments, making cities cleaner, safer, and more sustainable.

PAYT (Pay As You Throw) – An innovative approach to promoting sustainability and reducing waste

The PAYT (Pay As You Throw) strategy is an innovative approach to managing waste that promotes environmental awareness and individual responsibility. This system entails a fee that users pay based on the amount of waste they dispose of in designated containers for different types of waste. In essence, the more one throws away, the higher the cost.

Modernising waste management in Malls: The benefits of pneumatic waste collection system (PWCS)

Managing waste has always been a significant challenge for commercial buildings, especially in high-traffic areas like shopping malls. However, with the help of new technologies, developers have revolutionised waste collection methods.

Expo Park, Lisbon – Next 25 years

The Expo Park Automatic Waste Collection System (AWCS) has successfully operated for 25 years, achieving its initial objectives. Several improvements have been proposed to prepare for the next 25 years, including upgrades in mechanical infrastructure, user identification, AI integration, energy efficiency, and aesthetic renovation. These improvements will enhance waste management services, reduce electricity consumption, and increase the system’s longevity.

Waste system that preserves the city’s cultural heritage in Norway

Bergen, a city located in Norway, is renowned for its historical city centre featuring narrow streets and wooden buildings. The city has taken a groundbreaking approach to preserving its cultural heritage by adopting an underground pipe-based waste collection system provided by Envac.

The future of waste collection in Smart Cities

Ever since we installed our first waste management system in the 1960s, ingenuity has been at the core of what Envac does. In this video, Niklas Forestier, System Manager at Envac Group, tells us how Envac’s system plays an integral part in the Smart City

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