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Recycling Station Guderup, Danmark

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Guderup recycling site is a good example showing that it is possible with relatively low investment to get an upgraded drop off site turning it into a more modern site, In addition, a very short construction period was established: installation took just a few days. The site is built on a landfill. The current paving in SF Stone has been there for years and using the Modulo concrete solution, Sønderborg Supply saved a lot of money by placing the modules directly on the existing pavement.

The Modulo platform is build on the existing SF stone paving and was assembled in 3 days. The space consists of 37 modules with safety stairs, ramps, guiding rails, doors, and stairs. Modulo supply included the supply and install of triangular modules. The triangular blocks ensure an even smaller footprint for the Modulo solution.

The Modulo solution was significantly cheaper as compared to pour in place, specifically since the site was installed at a former landfill site.

Guderup recycling station has more than 25,000 visitors a year, and the old space simply became too small and insufficient. The solution was to buy a piece of neighboring ground and build a new elevated platform or to improve the existing site. Modulo was the preferred solution since it was cheaper as compared to pour in place and provided significant benefits as well. Our goal of modernization has been to provide better customer service and make it easier for Guderup’s citizens to get rid of their waste and recyclables. We have only received positive comments from the citizens who think it is much easier to get along with the waste now. ”
– Arne Mørk-Jensen Operations Manager Sønderborg Supply

About Sønderborg supply Sønderborg Supply is a service company that owns and operates waste management and recycling, wastewater and drinking water facilities.

Illegal Dumping Solutions

Illegal Dumping Solutions

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Do you feel powerless to stop illegal dumping?

Not sure where to start when it comes to surveillance cameras & equipment?

Need help choosing the right cameras and learning how to get results?

EnviroCam is Australia’s leading provider of effective surveillance solutions and strategies for illegal dumping. We work closely with local councils and government agencies Australia-wide by equipping them with the right equipment, knowledge, and training to deter and capture illegal dumping perpetrators.

Where others providers may sell you a camera and then leave you to figure out the rest, EnviroCam is different because we are passionate about combatting illegal dumping and do so by equipping our customers with practical knowledge and solutions. With our high quality surveillance equipment, expert training and guidance, and ongoing support, you can feel confident knowing that you are in good hands.

EnviroCam can provide you with access to a range of tried and tested surveillance cameras and equipment that are perfectly suited for areas prone to illegal dumping.

Additional services that we also provide include:

  • Professional installation and camouflage
  • Camera programming
  • Retrieval of camera images
  • Analysis of images and capture of registration plates
  • Professional reports highlighting dumping incidents
  • Retention of evidence
Waste Disposal Management

EnviroCam has been working closely with local councils and government agencies to capture and prosecute illegal dumpers.

Our “ALL-SEEING hidden surveillance cameras” have helped capture and prosecute a number of illegal dumpers in the Hunter region of NSW.

The Reconyx cameras used are covert, run on internal batteries, and transmit images over the 3G network to a cloud-based app where they are retained as evidence.

Easy to use – Rapid deployment – Low maintenance – Covert operation

Our customised Illegal Dumping Toolkit is easy to use and designed for rapid deployment to illegal dumping sites.

Perfect for local councils, state government, law enforcement and corporate entities.

Having tested numerous cameras in the field, we believe that the Reconyx MS8 MicroFire camera is an illegal dumping game changer, which is why it is the key component of this kit. Included is the Reconyx SM750 License Plate camera, for the effective capture of vehicle registrations in all lighting conditions.

EnviroCam’s Illegal Dumping Toolkit consists of:

3 x Reconyx MS8 MicroFire Wifi Enabled Security Cameras
1 x Reconyx MS7 Microfire Wifi Enabled License Plate Camera
3 x SanDisk 32GB Micro SD Cards
1 x SanDisk 32GB SDHC Card
8 x Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (4 Pack)
1 x CamBush 3D Concealment Tape

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Illegal Dumping

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Sacramento County hauls away hundreds of tons of junk and rubbish illegally dumped in the public right-of-way every year. From construction debris to refrigerators, this trashing blights our neighborhoods, pollutes our rivers and streams, drives down property values, and costs County tax and rate payers hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. The County is dedicated to combating and reducing illegal dumping. We post signs at chronic illegal dumping sites, erect barriers at frequently abused alleys, and have a Code Enforcement Officer assigned to the program. For more information, visit the Illegal Dumping Program web page.

You can report an issue by going online, dialing 3-1-1 from within the unincorporated areas of the County or dialing 916-875-4311 if calling from outside of the County’s unincorporated areas.

Service Provided By:
Code Enforcement
9700 Goethe Road, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95827

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Solution to illegal dumping problem

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THE development order for future projects will include details on the construction of waste disposal sites to curb illegal dumping.

Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib said he would propose that the planning order requirement include this requirement at the next One-Stop Centre meeting.

“There are about 300 hotspots for illegal dumping in Kuala Lumpur and it will only get worse if we do not do something about it.

“The construction of the MRT, demolition of Pekeliling Flats and redevelopment of old buildings, among others, will see an expected increase in construction waste,” he said at the launch of the Sungai Kertas inert waste landfill in Gombak, Selangor.

The landfill is a project under EPP-9 Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley and the first construction and demolition waste material recovery facility plant in Malaysia. The plant is able to process 300 tonnes of waste in an hour.

Ahmad Phesal said Worldwide Holdings, which was managing the landfill, had invested RM3.5mil into the plant. It would recycle tyres, soil garden and other dry-leachable wastes into aggregate and other building materials.

“The plant is expected to process 10,800 tonnes of waste by the end of this year.

“It is a more sustainable method and Worldwide Holdings is willing to invest in plants in the two other inert waste landfills in Dengkil and Kuang, if there is a substantial amount of waste to process.

“The tipping fee for construction waste is RM20 per tonne, soil RM9 per tonne, garden waste RM34 per tonne and tyres at RM23 per tonne.

“We are also looking at the possibility of allowing small contractors to loan Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) lorries for waste-dumping,” he said.

Also present was Worldwide Holdings chief executive officer Norazlina Zakaria.

Ahmad Phesal also announced the closure of the inert landfill in Taman Danau Kota, Setapak

“All waste from the Taman Danau Kota landfill will be channelled to the Sungai Kertas inert waste landfill.

“We are planning to build a recreational park at the site of the Taman Danau Kota landfill and will be clearing the area.

“Several used car dealers are using part of the area and we have given them alternative places to relocate. If they fail to move within the stipulated period, action will be taken against them,” he said.