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  1. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 Hans Anebreid, Envac AB Stockholm Stockholm Cologne Barcelona Implementing Integrated Infrastructures in European Cities - GrowSmarter M7 – Smart waste collection, turning waste into energy
  2. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 GrowSmarter – Envac IMAGINE A CITY WITHOUT WASTE TRUCKS Imagecred:OBOSFornebu,ProsjektOksenøyaandEveImages
  3. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 The Circular Concept 300 households in existing residential area
  4. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 INFRASTRUCTURE GrowSmarter – Learnings §?§
  5. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 GrowSmarter Results 90% 66 % 70% CO2 70% CO2
  6. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 GrowSmarter Replication plan
  7. Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 Get the latest updates by signing up online! This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 646456. The sole responsibility for the content of this presentation lies with the GrowSmarter project and in no way reflects the views of the European Union. Hans Anebreid Envac AB Thank you!

Editor's Notes

  1. Introduction -We all know how it is . Stinky waste trucks congesting the streets, collecting trash from overfilled bins, in the streets, narrow alleys or poorly maintained rooms -Can you imagine…. A city without waste trucks?
  2. 2) What did you do?
  3. 3) What did you learn? -Secure the infrastructure. All the way from the scrap to a new product, like these shoes from Veja -It is important to understand juridical restrictions about who can collect and where the waste goes go (city vs. private companies)? -Smart waste handling increases recycling rates, resulting in a positive environmental impact. Incentives to and feedback from tenants are important to evaluate and improve the measure as well as foster acceptance.
  4. 4) What are the results/conclusions? -Waste Traffic down 90% -Unsorted waste down 66% -Occupied space up to 70% reduction -CO2 reduction up to 70% -Energy consumption of the current installation can be substantially reduced by simple means, which will even further reduce CO2 emissions and operational expenses. -Less space for waste handling means more public space. Also means more shared recreational spaces. congestion was minimized overall. -All this means an increase in the quality of life. -Quality of food waste: high -Quality of packaging fractions: medium
  5. 5) What are the replication plans? -The solution of smart waste handling in Stockholm is being show cased to clients on the global market. China & SG (with tweaks: design, weighing solution, and user interaction is most important) -Site Valla Torg will be extended with 50% more apartments within 2 years. -Envac is doing further development of the concept to increase reliability, reduce energy consumption. -Envac has established a cooperation with “Locallife” and discussions on launching their products as a complement in both Qatar and Singapore are in discussion. An incentive/feedback system to increase recycling. -Economy of scale is achieved for areas with an existing sorting facility and recycling industry. Otherwise costs and benefits escalate proportionally to the area covered by the service.