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Fully Automated Robotic Recycling Directly from the Future [Video]
posted November 15 2014 20:07.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet the ZenRobotics Recycler: A fully automated robotic sorting station. And you will watch this twice!



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  • At 16 November 2014, 12:28:15 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • German engineers have developed a recycling system which can sort almost everything a few years ago. They first shredder all the garbage to pieces of ~1 cm each. Then they run it through some sophisticated scanning and sorting machines that they developed. They managed to automatically recycle >90% of all the garbage. The system is awesome and some Europe countries bought it. Germany did not use it because they built facilities that burn the garbage and those did not pay off yet.... fuck this system :(












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