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Chemical Waste Disposal

Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Site Geleen, The Nethherlands

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The Municipality of Sittard-Geleen was seeking a total concept solution to deal with its HHW. Before it decided to build a permanent Household Hazardous Waste facility, HHW was collected through event days and through the use of Household Hazardous Waste collection vehicles. Sittard-Geleen decided to build a Modular Household Hazardous Waste facility. Modulo established 3 fire resistant compartments with one central receiving/working area.

The site is in compliance with all European and Dutch Regulations (Guidelines for Environmental Protection Measures and Chemical Waste Storage, National and International Fire Codes). It has all fire safety features, including 3 hours fire rated walls, fire rated self closing doors, spill containment with self –contained sumps, chemical resistant removable gratings, certified electrical, electrical center connections, outlets, emergency eye/face wash station, lockable doors, emergency lights, exterior lighting, insulation, heating and temperature control, ventilation, shelves, access into each compartment, warranty.

Waste Recycling Centre Älta Kretsloppscentral, Sweden

Modulo Recycle

Modular construction

Modulo concrete modules that form the base of the recycling facility including finished bathroom/bathrooms and meeting room/ education /room were installed within 5 days.

Recycling and a creative studio for teaching

Under the 9.8 ft high modules a lot of space was provided recycling activities. In addition an insulated, heated and creative studio for educational and creative purposes.

Shutes

The elevated platform includes 6 shutes for various materials, which are then collected under the platform. Under the elevated platform: roto compactors for compression of cardboard, paper and foil plastic.

Architecture

Älta Kretsloppscentral is designed by the architects Fritz Halvorsen and Charlotte Ryberg, with the purpose of having a modern recycled pit that connects beautifully with the surrounding pine forest

Recycling Station

Arden, Danmark

Modulo Recycle

Description

A solution that matches the needs

Joint Combustion I / S, which includes to operate recycling sites for Mariagerfjord Municipality, chose to establish a completely new recycling site in Arden.

The municipality already had an existing older facility in Rostrup at the time, but as it was located in a protected nature area, and unfortunately it was not possible to modernize / improve it.

It was therefore decided to build the new recycling site on Myhlenbergvej in Arden, and this project included all the improvements that came from the experience of the similar projects.

This time the lower platform is a combination of lower and higher with higher Modulo elements, which serve as a workshop and garage for vehicles. The lower modules allow high containers to be used as railing. The low modules make it easier for the residents to shovel their concrete waste and rubble into the bins.

On top of the tall modules there is an office, lunch room, customer washroom and facilities that allow the staff to change.

Citizens have been very happy and satisfied with the new solution. It has become easy to get rid of its waste and recyclables

– Benny Eriksen, Afdelingsleder Genbrug Fællesforbrændingen I/S, Hobro

Citizens have been very happy and satisfied with the new solution. It has become easy to get rid of its waste.

– Benny Eriksen, Head of Department Recycling Joint Combustion I / S, Hobro

Better conditions for both employees and citizens

With the new solution it has become easy and manageable for the citizens to get rid of their waste. When they stand on the platform, they have an overview – and can review all the fractions.

The employees at the square have also had a good overview. With the new solution, they have become closer to the citizen, and can thus correct fault sorting before the waste smokes in the container.

Nowadays, you are thinking of a lot of working conditions for employees. This space not only provides employees with proper conditions – but also the citizens have improved conditions when they come to sort their waste. Now they can throw the waste into the containers, and not as before, upon the containers

We are very proud of our cooperation with Modulo concrete. They have been extremely capable and were able to adapt many of their solutions to our needs.

There is no doubt that we have been “test cloth” in the development of their solutions, which we are actually quite happy with!

Because of this we have been able to keep up with the process and they were able to adapt the way it meets our needs.

– Benny Eriksen Common Combustion in Hobro

Local Recycling Centre

Ludvika Sweden

Modulo Recycle

Description

The world’s largest modular recycling site

Ludvika municipality decided in 2015 to upgrade their existing recycling site Björnhyttan to a larger and more modern recycling site. Bjornhyttan has approx. 26,000 citizens. Modulo supplied and installed a 208 blocks modular solution. This is the biggest modular solution to date in both the Nordic region and the rest of the world.. The Modulo system is installed on Björnhyttans existing asphalt pad. The solution does not require foundation under the modules. The solution consists of 184 platform and 24 ramp modules. The platform accomodates is 22 bins. The modules are at a height of 7.87 ft, so the space under the deck can be fully utilized. Unlike traditional elevated deck solutions, the Modulo modular platform can be utilized 200%.: on top of the deck as well as under the deck.

About Ludvika

Ludvika municipality is located in Dalarna County. The County is growing and today has approx. 26,000 residents. Ludvika city is the third largest city in Dalarna, and has approx. 14,500 residents. Waste and recycling is handled by Björnhyttan waste center.

Additional accessories are provided:

  • Edge beams: The edge beams are on the outside of the module solution as a safety.
  • Container guiding rails to protect the concrete modules from bin strikes
  • Galvanized railings
  • Galvanized doors
  • Signs
  • Heat traced ramps

Modulo concrete is a modular and future-proof solution. The existing solution can be expanded very easily and simply with new modules and thus accomodating additional fractions.

The old recycling site was far too small, and Modulo was clearly the best option when we noticed that the it could be easily installed at the existing pad. The system does not require footings

We are really excited about the new recycling facility. No queuing anymore, improved logistics, and the working environment for our employees is now top – everything is happening at a calmer pace. ” And happy residents as well.

– Anders Hammarbäck Workers – Ludvika Municipality

Hazardous Waste Drop Off Centre

HALSA MILJØTORV IN MELØY, NORWAY

Modulo Recycle

Description

New environmental site for Halsa residents.

Modulo installed the facility in one day.

The Southern Meløy residents live in a remote area. Before the new site was installed, they had to drive between 65 and 100 km to get rid of their waste. This has meant that the waste has in many cases was dumped

The operators at Halsa and Halsa Grendelag contacted Iris to express their desire for the drop off project at Halsa. Within a year after the meeting, Iris decided to build it.

Meløy area has 2500 residents, with Halsa as a natural meeting point.

Arriving at Halsa environment drop off centre residents will enter the site driving onto the ramp to dispose of their residual waste as well as recyclables eg wood, metal, etc. Soil, gravel and stone etc. must be disposed of in bins on the ground. Hazardous waste drop off ocurs inside he Modulo structure

Halsa Miljøtorv
Holandsfjordveien 133
8178 Halsa

Dump Transfer Station & Site

Modulo Betan Leading by Example

Modulo Recycle

Austria is a beuatiful country with high values of environmental awareness & protection. The population of 8.7 million enjoy a high standard of living. Vienna is a cultural “Must See” tourist destination. so where does the small, former spa town of bad Voslau (pop 11,700) come into the picture then? Malcolm Bates will explain…

It would be quite easy to miss the intersection for Bad Voslau on the main Autobahn.

Community Recycling Site
Community Recycling Centre