What’s going on in the MetroTaifun World? Take a look at our latest updates on innovations and projects.
MariMatic together with its local partner has, through a public tender process, been chosen by the Korea Land & Housing Corporation Ltd, as the supplier of an Automatic Waste Collection System (AWCS) for the new residential area in Sejong Happy City 5-1. The waste transfer terminal will be fully equipped with the world's most modern Automatic Waste Collection System technology from MariMatic. The waste transfer terminal will be handling two (2) waste fractions (viz mixed and biowaste), and connected with approximately 40 km of public and private MetroTaifun® pipeline in the area, and will initially serve a population of approximately 25,000 residents.
Traditionally waste inlets are opened with an RFID key but they can also be opened touchlessly with the MetroTaifun app. The app opens and closes the waste inlet doors automatically. The inlet doors can be opened remotely in advance as well. You can easily track your recycling statistics with the app. That way the app encourages residents to sort waste more so there's less mixed waste. The recycled waste is then turned into valuable raw materials.
Heavy recyclables, such as glass or metal, can also be collected with an automatic waste collection system.
MariMatic® implemented both MetroTaifun® for solid waste and Taifun® for food waste in the area.
MariMatic has secured new orders for MetroTaifun® systems in the city of Makkah.
MariMatic has, through a public tender process, been chosen by the city of Amsterdam as the supplier of an Automatic Waste Collection System (AWCS) for the new residential area in Sluisbuurt.
MariMatic has signed a new agreement with Saudi Bin Ladin Group (SBG) to expand the MetroTaifun waste collection system in the mosque.