Waste Management

  • Automated Waste Mangement

    Automated Waste Mangement

    Use in industrial applications and biowaste, and specifically designed for the subterranean conveyance of solid municipal waste, both commercial waste and household waste.

  • Cloth recycling

    Cloth recycling

    Fiber Recycling Machine, which is designed to use the tearing cylinder fast-moving mechanical centrifugal force to exclude impurities from cotton materials and tear materials. Compared to the traditional processing technology of fiber tearing, it keeps the fiber length and fewer cotton knots. This equipment is the ideal type to processes such as soft waste, hard waste, jute, waste garments, fabric cuttings, rag pieces, waste yarn, non-woven fabrics and automotive interiors. The quality of the regenerated fibers has the most important effect on the quality of both semi-manufactured and manufactured yarn, as well as to the materials saving.

  • Compactor mechanism

    Compactor mechanism

    compactor is a machine or mechanism used to reduce the size of material such as waste material or biomass through compaction. A trash compactor is often used by a home or business to reduce the volume of trash it produces. Normally powered by hydraulics, compactors take many shapes and sizes.

  • Energy harvesting by waste management

    Energy harvesting by waste management

    This process consists of converting urban, commercial and industrial solid waste into CDRs (Waste Conversion), eliminating 100% solid waste. The CDRs can power thermoelectric plants, rotary cement kilns or steam generators to produce electrical and thermal energy in chemical processes, decreasing the costs of generating said energy. This process is a closed system of vitrification (not incineration), which does not present emissions or release of toxic substances. The unclassified residential, commercial and industrial wastes are converted into CDRs, practically without emissions of polluting gases, using the method of thermal exploitation, with the absence of oxygen (vitrification) in a closed system. The level of efficiency is extremely high. 

  • Landfill waste management

    Landfill waste management

    This transfers waste into valuable metal. The biotechnology method takes electronic waste such as circuit boards from landfills and shreds them into a fine powder. This is then dissolved in a chemical solution to which metal-eating microorganisms are added. These work to extract metal like gold and copper from the waste, providing a new lease on life.

  • Phone recycling

    Phone recycling

    Mobile phones can be recycled at the end of their life. … Mobile phones are “considered hazardous waste” in California; many chemicals in such phones leach from landfills into the groundwater system.

  • Seabin


    A “trash skimmer” designed to be installed in the water of Marinas, Yacht Clubs, Ports and any water body with a calm environment and suitable services available.

    The unit acts as a floating garbage bin skimming the surface of the water by pumping water into the device. The Seabin can intercept: floating debris, macro and microplastics and even microfibers with an additional filter. By acting as a trash skimmer, this is also able to clean the water from contaminated organic material (leaves, seaweed, etc…).

    The Seabin is easily equipped with oil absorbent pads able to absorb petroleum-based surface oils and detergent predominant in most marinas around the world.

  • Self Propelled Vacuum Cleaners

    Self Propelled Vacuum Cleaners

    The very first electric litter vacuum cleaner with the autonomous driving system, equipped with the cutting-edge innovative Follow Me system able to recognize and to automatically follow the operator along the day during the cleaning tasks in the city center.

  • Waste water management

    Waste water management

    Mediterranean countries produce lots and lots of olive oil which is great. What’s not so great is the amount of wastewater that comes with it. There is no sustainable way of getting rid of this waste product. By combining the wastewater with cypress sawdust and putting it through a process of drying and heating, they managed to produce three things: water that can be used for irrigation, a bio-oil that works as a source of heat, and biofertilizer pellets. Not only will this invention help the planet but it will also benefit local communities especially farmers.