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Usually in these systems there is always a waste selection based on the shape/size carried out with a machine, heart of the sorting plant, such as one or more ballistic separators or drum screens, placed at the beginning of the line.
Subsequently, in a sorting cabin (or platform), the personnel performs the manual sorting of waste on a belt conveyor.
These systems are usually designed to process a waste input from 1 to 3.5 t/h and require a limited initial investment in machinery; despite this, these plants allow efficient separation of waste, obtaining different streams of waste as output with a good degree of purity.
Depending on the specifications on the selected waste and the quality/quantity of the input waste, the number of employees may vary, ensuring flexibility in the management of the plant.
As Manual Waste Sorting Plants based on hand-sorting, they reduce air pollution, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, save energy and money.