Data collection for best environmental performance
The Envac system collects data on how the system is used. The waste inlets are opened with a short frequency identification tag, and the system loads when, where, how much and what type of waste is disposed.
The data is used to provide feedback to users on recycling levels and to system administrators on e.g. operational optimization, not least with regards to energy consumption.
The waste collection station is planned for the best possible durability. It is located in a rock chamber. The inclusion of a heat exchanger in the station enables heat generated from the system to be directed back into the chamber, ensuring that it’s not just the waste that is handled sustainably.
A weighing system is used for the containers to ensure the maximum degree of filling before emptying.
There is no need for manual collection or transport of household waste in the living area. Traffic with collection vehicles has been reduced by 90%, creating a safer living environment by removing on-site waste collection vehicles.