Clearabee Rubbish Removal With Breakthrough Green Technologies
The days of rubbish being hauled off to overflowing landfills will soon come to an end. Green technologies that convert rubbish into new items for consumer and business use are on the rise. The ultimate aim of these green rubbish removal technologies is to convert undesired items into products that provide considerable utility. It is conceivable that every single consumer product will eventually be fully re-purposed rather than dumped in a landfill. Let’s take a look at a few of these green rubbish removal technologies.
A start-up business known as Pentatonic has its sights set on converting items like smartphones, cigarette buts and cans into various usable items. The goal of the business is to significantly transform the culture of consumption by transforming used textiles, plastic, food and electronic items into flat-pack furniture. It is quite wasteful to simply use consumer goods a few times or even just once, toss them in the trash and upgrade to the next one. If we were to continue with such wasteful ways, the planet would eventually use up its resources to the point that human survival would be threatened.
Pentatonic is offering green rubbish removal solutions in the form of adapted injection moulding to convert waste items into homeware. The company is poised to debut its initial collection of flat-packed furniture that can be customized by buyers. This furniture is made with completely recycled materials. The creation of the furniture hinges on the style of rubbish and its unique properties. Yet the masterminds at Pentatonic have even figured out how to re-purpose something as small and disgusting as cigarette buts into furniture. The company chooses trash based on its specific properties and potential for application in new items. Pentatonic’s main concern is how such used items will contribute to the new product’s performance and look. Once the proper waste materials are acquired, the injection moulding technique is applied in a highly precise manner.
As an example, Clearabee’s green rubbish removal that collects items made of plastic could eventually be passed on to a company like Pentatonic where they are subsequently washed, sorted and shredded. Once the plastic is down to the size of pellets, a new material can be generated that is formed into various pieces of furniture. The company’s tables and chairs are designed for assembly without any sort of tools. Rather, the components assist in the construction of each unique piece. The end result is a minimization of waste and furniture construction in the greenest possible manner. Absolutely no toxic resins or glues are necessary in the construction of Pentatonic furniture.
A True Industry Trailblazer
The goal of Pentatonics’ creators is to completely change the nature of the furniture industry. It appears as though they have figured out how to produce high-quality furniture from recycled materials on a mass scale. These are reliable, comfortable and visually striking pieces that are not created at the cost of sustainability.
Aside from converting discarded items from companies like Clearabee into usable items, Pentatonic is pushing the envelope with its circular economy. This system empowers customers to sell pieces of furniture to Pentatonic. The company uses these pieces for recycling and reintroduction right back into the supply chain to generate new furniture. This is quite the unique means of recycling to say the least. The circular model is brand new to the design space. It appears as though it has a good chance to work as Pentatonic has already received more than £4 million in initial funding prior to its launch. Investors in the start-up include Berlin/Taiwan-based Miniwiz. This group is dedicated to pinpointing new uses for rubbish and minimizing the impact of materials on the planet.
Recycling Rubbish in an Intelligent Manner
When Clearabee performs rubbish removal, the last thing they want to do is drop off your trash at a landfill. We do everything possible to recycle or re-use items our customers no longer desire. One of the new technologies that makes use of rubbish for a useful purpose is pyrolysis. This process burns waste in a low-oxygen space to offset the release of carbon, minimize greenhouse gas emissions and produce charcoal. This technology has massive potential as it provides a a multitude of green benefits aside from waste removal.
The lack of oxygen in the pyrolysis process prevents the combustion of chemical compounds like hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin. The resulting bio-char can be used for soil amender that sequesters carbon on farms. It is a highly absorbent material that boosts the soil’s ability ability to hold onto water as well as agricultural chemicals and nutrients. This prevents soil erosion and water contamination. The application of bio-char in soil improves soil quality and serves to sequester massive amounts of carbon. The end result is a mitigation of global climate change by way of carbon sequestration. Furthermore, using bio-char for soil amendment offsets the many problems tied to removing crop residues from areas in which they are grown
The Conversion of Rubbish Into Uber-Clean Biofuel
Several pilot programs have launched in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada to convert rubbish into clean biofuel. Consider a hypothetical situation in which Clearabee picks up biomass like paper, wood chips or grass from your home or business. Instead of dumping those items at the local landfill, they are taken to a plant and converted into gas. This gas is then subsequently converted into ethanol that can be used for a variety of purposes.
The hypothetical situation described above will soon be a reality for Clearabee’s green rubbish removal service. Nearly all of the undesired rubbish Clearabee picks up will soon be used for a positive end result. The conversion process outlined above is also beneficial to the environment as it requires significantly less water than conventional ethanol production. Furthermore, this green conversion process has a much smaller carbon footprint compared to traditional means of producing ethanol. It won’t be long until municipalities across the globe are quickly and easily converting rubbish into incredibly clean biofuel.