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The Problem
Currently, the plants that make use of the Mechanical-Biological model, produces reject that varies between 60% and 80% of the processed waste. This means that three quarters of the processed waste, leaves the plant straight to a landfill or to an incinerator.

The Municipal Solid Waste that are not selectively collected at the point of origin, or in other words, those that are deposited in  traditional waste containers, constitutes a very heterogeneous fraction.

At this moment, this fraction  represents practically 90% of residues produced in the majority of countries. Its treatment is mainly  oriented  through three different directions:

1. The plants of Mechanical-Biological treatment, known in some places as Ecoparks.
2. The waste Incinerator
3. The landfills

The Mechanical-Biological model, combines the manual and mechanical classification of the waste in order to separate the inert fractions such as metal, plastic or glass from the organic type. This organic fractions are used in a  later process for the production of Biogas and compost, by employing the use of biogas production and composting  techniques respectively.
In the majority of countries, the totality of Municipal Solid Waste that are destined to a landfill, either in direct way since it is collected or as a result of the reject from this type of facilities, surpasses the 72% of the total produced.

The low efficiency of these installations is caused by the  heterogeneous morphology presented by the waste which avoid the correct operation of the automatic separation systems and causing serious maintenance problems.

In Europe, the waste has the composition average of 50% organic fraction, which in its process of decomposition, produces gases, leachate and pathogenic agents which obstructs the operation of manipulation and  material selection. Generally, these facilities have on working surroundings with are not so pleasant, impregnated with bad smell.

Ambiensys has centered all his efforts towards the development of a solution capable enough to transform the residues into clean by-products, that offers excellent physical conditions for their manipulation and selection in a later stage.

The process “Active Hygienization” designed by Ambiensys carries out this principle effectively thanks to the versatility of the technology GeiserBox®, it is possible to access to any Municipality, fulfilling the “Principle of Proximity”  proposed in the European Union directives.
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