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TiTech's Magic Recycling Sorting Machine

Oh my lord do I hate sorting recycling. But I'm a good citizen, and I understand the benefits, so I do it. Sticky fingers and buy tramadol online without prescription precious time are a price I must pay. But soon we won't ever have to do it again.

Air jets and cameras and magnets...oh my! New systems for automatically sorting recycling are completely removing the generic levitra without prescription need for pre-sorting, and thus dramatically improving recycling rates and efficiency across the world. While magnets have been in place to sort tin for ages, TiTech's Near InfraRed sensor sorts recyclables basically by looking at them.

The technology is able to genuine viagra in thailand determine the "type, shape, color and position" of the items. Then, air jets positioned after the camera then launch the item onto a different conveyor system. The system works with 98% accuracy and can process up to 10 tons per hour. Currently 1,000 of these are active in 16 countries around the world.

Eliminating the amount of people needed to run a recycling plant will help to lower the cost and make it competitive to new materials. This is great for people that already buy recyclables, and only encourages those that don't to make the change.

via Treehugger and the Economist

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written by Rob, June 18, 2007
We've had a system in Toronto like this for a few years now. It's really nice to toss my cans and cardboard in the same box! Saves space too! smilies/smiley.gif
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written by marty o', April 09, 2008
i am a citizen in a medium sized city and am looking to promote a sorting facility for my community. any inf anyone has about this i would greatly appreciate any leads that i can get to get started
written by Jacky, April 10, 2010
Great ideas...Except our wonderful Tory-run county Council is levitra online canada no prescription installing a huge incinerator that everybody opposed locally to no avail - it will generate electricity but takes all the rubbish from the neighbouring city ten miles away...None of the councillors, by the tramadol pet medicine way, live in this town...smilies/angry.gif
written by compactors, July 09, 2011
I am always impressed with machines like this. Just make sure that once it is released, it is free from harm and danger from workers.smilies/smiley.gif
written by Matthew, November 19, 2012
This is good got any more?smilies/smiley.gif

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