MariMatic has secured new orders for MetroTaifun® systems in the city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia, as the supplier of Automatic Waste Collection Systems (AWCS). The latest order is for a new part of the city called Masar Makkah, where it’s core components - walking boulevards - are equipped with waste bins and over 210 plots with hotels and hotel apartment buildings are connected to a pipe network. The client is Umm Al Qura Development and Construction Company (UAQ).

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, which is located on the Zeeburgereiland and will comprise of 5500 new homes and include schools, shops and offices. The system utilizes MariMatic’s unique energy efficient MetroTaifun® technology with non-corrosive pipe networks. The area will be equipped with other kind of sustainable technologies, such as district heating from renewable energy.

MariMatic AB® will deliver a MetroTaifun® Area and Commercial Collection solution for Stockholm’s Haga Norra, a new, vibrant district developed by Fabege AB. MetroTaifun® solution serves 1.000 apartments and 60.000 sqm office property, in an area of total 8 blocks. The system includes 2 fractions (mixed waste, bio waste), 18 residential collection inlets and 4 commercial collection inlets (with Formators).

MariMatic® Oy supplied both MetroTaifun® and Taifun® AWCS to the new Myyrmäki Care Home in the heart of Myyrmäki, built by VAV Asunnot Oy in Vantaa. The care home has 199 apartments with care for senior citizens. The facility was completed in summer 2019 and the residents are moving in.

A vacuum conveying system is being built in Tripla. Other areas in Pasila are linked to the same system. This article in in Finnish.

VTB Arena in Moscow, Russia is now enjoying modern solid waste collection and world’s largest food waste collection

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