MariMatic AB delivers MetroTaifun® automatic solid waste collection system (AWCS) to the new Vallastaden residential area in Sweden. The solution is equipped with new technology, waste collecting inlets have scales that measure the weight of waste at the RFID key opening. The client, Tekniska Verken in Linköping AB, Sweden will make use of the recorded waste data in their communication and invoicing functions.
MetroTaifun® automatic solid waste collection system conveys waste underground in Vallastaden area. Residents take their waste bags to the nearest waste collection point outside their buildings, open the waste inlet door with the RFID key and drop the bags into the appropriate inlet: bio waste or mixed waste. MetroTaifun® records the weight before the waste is whooshed away through underground pipes. At the waste transfer terminal the waste is collected into large containers which are used to transport the waste to waste treatment plant, where mixed waste will be turned into heat, cooling and electricity and bio waste to biogas and bio fertilizers.
Tekniska Verken in Linköping AB, Sweden will make use of the statistical waste data that MetroTaifun® automatic solid waste collection system collects. The waste collection data enables new invoicing methods based on PAYT, pay as you throw. The client can monitor a long term trend in waste amounts collected from each building, or the results used in targeted information campaigns to increase recycling.
MariMatic AB delivers the automatic solid waste collection system to Vallastaden in phases, according to the regional development during 2013 – 2017. The first phase is being completed in the spring of 2016 and the system will be completed for the event Vallastaden 2017, the housing and community expo.
MariMatic AB is a part of the company MariMatic Oy, which locates at Vantaa, Finland. MariMatic Oy is a privately owned high tech company, which has developed leading vacuum conveying systems since 1983. MariMatic Oy has delivered more than 800 systems for various industries in over 40 countries.