Envac: Removing Waste - Creating Value
With the growing popularity of smart cities and the establishment of the Paris Agreement, construction companies are beginning to look at ways in which cities are designed and ensuring that they provide long-term advantages to its citizens.
Increased emphasis within areas such as waste management have consequently gained significant ground, rather than being left as a minor area of focus within planning and design, in order to support this global, smart city vision.
Operating in 30 countries, ENVAC's automated waste management solutions work to reduce carbon emissions, deliver costs savings and create cleaner, more efficient cities. Highly versatile and scalable, its systems can connect to all areas of a district via an underground pipe network, which links to a number of collection stations, which are emptied when full.
"If you imagine a neighbourhood within traditional waste management, a truck has to visit every single building and house and pick up the waste," explains Business Development Manager Alex Mitchell. "ENVAC's system reduces carbon emissions as a result of reduced waste vehicle traffic, reduces fuel emissions and idling."
Its waste collection system is now being implemented within Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Financial District project, as well as Gujarat's International Finance and Technology City in India. The waste collection system will be connected to hospitals, schools, hotels, retail and corporate facilities, catering up to 400 tons of waste per day and will attract further businesses, signaling long-term economic growth.
"We also have systems in Singapore that operate as low as 250 to 500kg of waste per day, all the way up to systems which collect 400 tonnes of waste a day," adds Mitchell.
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Alex Mitchell Business Development Manager
Envac Middle East and India
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