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How does a biogas power plant work

The amount of waste produced by the typical metropolis each day is in the hundreds of tonnes, and this figure is continually growing. Currently, waste is disposed of by either burning it or recycling it, even though recycling everything would take more than 200 years. At biogas plants, waste is converted into biogas, which may […]

Revolutionising Waste Management With Smart Bins.

Every year, the city produces around 6 million metric tonnes of solid waste (MSW), a number that is only expected to rise as we become more reliant on consumer goods. Government waste management is obviously expensive, time-consuming, and logistically difficult for the government – as well as we pay for it in our taxes! It’s […]

Benefits and Drawbacks of the Pneumatic Waste System

Pneumatic waste systems have long been thought to be exclusive to the design and industrial sectors. Memos were sent through a complicated network, much like the Jetsons-style tube systems of a early 1900s. Since the 1960s, major cities around the world have relied on pneumatic tube waste disposal systems. These include the likes of London, […]

In A Dumpster, What Can You Put?

When It Comes To Dumpster Diving, The Sky’s The Limit. Garbage Is The Obvious Answer, Isn’t It? There are, however, a number of restrictions on what can and cannot be disposed of in municipal dumpsters. You could be fined if you throw things like whole tyres and hazardous materials into the dumpster. In addition, if […]