Selected References

MariMatic solutions have over 1000+ references in more than 40 countries. Take a look at the list of our customers.

Etne Care Center in Norway

Etne care center is a new retirement home, which will be built by August 2018 in the southwestern part of Norway, Rogaland county. The care center will contain 40 living units for senior citizens of Etne. To streamline the collection and conveying of mixed waste and laundry, MariMatic® was chosen to supply the MetroTaifun® Automatic Waste Collection System.

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Ranta-Tampella in Finland

MariMatic® Oy is building a waste collection system in the new Ranta-Tampella residential area in Tampere, Finland. The MetroTaifun® Automatic Waste Collection System is being built and introduced in accordance with the regional construction schedules. The construction work of the system was started in summer 2017. The Ranta-Tampella area is estimated to be completed by 2030.

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Myyrmäki Care Home in Finland

MariMatic® Oy will supply a MetroTaifun® Automatic Waste Collection System to the new Myyrmäki care home built by VAV Asunnot Oy in Vantaa. The care home will have 199 homes with care. The facility will be completed in summer 2019.

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Otium Residential and Welfare Center in Norway

Otium in Tromsø, Norway is a residential and welfare center, which includes residences and caring services for senior citizens. The center is a meeting point for the inhabitants of Tromsø and it is located next to the Arctic Cathedral – a landmark of Tromsø city. In the health care industry, it is important that the handling of waste and laundry can be done in an easy, safe, hygienic and environmentally friendly way.

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Park Zaryadye in Russia

MariMatic® Oy built a MetroTaifun® Automatic Waste Collection System to the new techno park, Park Zaryadye in Moscow, Russia. MariMatic, together with Mosinzhprojekt, developed the ultimate waste collection solution to serve the park in collecting solid waste, but also to meet the park's requirements for sustainability and energy efficiency.

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Henrik Sørensensvei care home in Norway

Henrik Sørensensvei is a modern care home in Oslo, Norway, which was build to meet the requirements for a sustainable society. The home is build according to the standard of passive houses, which means that the building needs to produce as much energy as it consumes itself.

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