Viability study of a Ros Roca vehicle for three differentcollecting systems (RCV)
Martí Cuberes, Pau
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As human beings, we are constantly generating waste, whether it is related to food, or simply objects that lose their value and end up in the rubbish. These actions produce a lot of waste in our daily lives, which is necessary to remove from our homes. Surely the most of us are not aware of the enormous amounts of waste generated, as we simply get rid of it by throwing it into bins. The project presented is directly related to all this waste generation, specifically to its collection. Its planning has been led by Ros Roca, a company specialised in the design and construction of waste collection equipment, who has received a request from a company wishing to purchase a very specific waste collector.
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