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Traditional rubbish collection. It’s dirty,smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basements or wooden bins. This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive bin lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there's no trucks on street, there's no curbs like boxes, there is no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street. It's safe, it's clean,and it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works: you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe. First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years, the system's been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem : it's expensive. Local councils make big savings on refuge collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. The developer here next to  Wembley Stadium,says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site, the 85 acres and all the roads.And that's the fundamental that we control the public ground. And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public ground's gonna be great as a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where it ends up,the central collection centre.That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive  vacuum cleaner that will swirl  the rubbish around,the air,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where it’s compacted , squashed together and then it (is) shifted to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems are great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property market in slump thanks to the credit crunch, it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nikaime , BBC NEWS.

 

 

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty,smelly,labor-intensive,and rubbish can pile up in basement * bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening,there's no bins,there's no truck* street,there's no cups or boxes,as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street.It's safe,it's clean,it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works:you sought your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe.First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff in recycling,like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years,the system's been installed around the world,from Stockholm to Barcelona,Disneyland to Dubai,but never in the UK.One problem is it's expensive.Local councils might be savings on refuse collection,but they don't pay the costive installation. The developer here next to be one stadium,says it make sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site,the 85 acres and all the roads.That's the fundamental that we control the public run.And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great,is a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where the tings are,the central collection centre.That big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive vaccum cleaner that will squirl the rubbish around,yeah,goes off to the top.The ways goes down to the bottom where its compactage suqash together and then it shoved to one of these containers where it could be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems of great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch,it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Na*,BBC News.

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 Traditional rubbish collection is dirty, smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basements // bins, this new system does away with all that and without expensive bin lorries.
 
 "Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there no truckful streets, there's no curbs lying boxes, there's no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the streets, it's safe, it's clean, and it's healthy for everybody."
 
 This is how it works, you sort your rubbish into special containers in you kitchen, then take the bags to one of these. They drop down into the building's basement, twice a day a powerful vacuum sucks them away to a collection center down a single pipe. First the food waste, then general rubbish, then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans. In the past 30 years, the system has been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem is it's expensive. Local councils make big savings on refuse collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. The develop at here next to one be stadium says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.
 
 "We own the entire site, 85 acres, and all the roads and that's the fundamental that we control the public realm. And we can take benefit of that, 'cause all public realms can be great as a consequence of this system."
 
 "And this is where it ends up, the central collection center. That great big green pipe is the // from the underground network and laid to the road tram here. This green big thing is essentially enormous // vacuum cleans up, throws the rubbish around, the egg goes up to the top, the waste goes down to the bottom where its // squash together, and then it shifts to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."
 
 Environmentally, it's trying the systems of great improvements, but challenge is that might it work economically. And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch, maybe some time before other developments follow this one's lead.
 
 // BBC News.

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty,smelly,labor-intensive,and rubbish can pile up in basement though way to  bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening,there's no bins,there's no truck on street,there's no curve or boxes,as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street.It's safe,it's clean,it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works:you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe.First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff for recycling,like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years,the system's been installed around the world,from Stockholm to Barcelona,Disneyland to Dubai,but never in the UK.One problem is it's expensive.Local councils might be savings on refuel collection,but they don't pay the cost installation. The developer here next to be one stadium,says it make sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site,the 85 acres and all the roads.That's the fundamental that we control the public run.And we gonna to take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great,is a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where the tings are,the central collection centre.That big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive vaccum cleaner that will squirl the rubbish around,yeah,goes off to the top.The ways goes down to the bottom where its compactage  suqash together and then it shift to one of these containers where it could be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems of great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch,it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty, smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basement though way to bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

 

 

"Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there's no truck on streets, there's no curve or boxes, and no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up down the street.It's safe,it's clean, and it's healthy for everybody."

 

 

 

This is how it works: you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen, then take the bags to one of these. They drop down into the building's basement. Twice a day, a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe. First, the food waste, then general rubbish, then stuff for recycling,like paper and cans.

 

 

 

In the past thirty years, the system's been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem is it's expensive. Local councils might be savings on refuel collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. The developer here next to be one stadium, says it make sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

 

 

"We own the entire site, the 85 acres and all the roads. That's the fundamental that we control a public run. And we gonna to take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great, as a consequence of this system."

 

 

 

"And this is where the things are, the central collection centre. That big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.  These great big things are essentially enormous intensive vaccum cleaner that will squirl the rubbish around, yeah, goes off to the top. The waste goes down to the bottom where its compactage  suqash together and then it shift to one of these containers where it could be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

 

 

Environmentally, it's claimed the systems of great  improvement, the challenge is to make it work economically. And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch, it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nick Iyn, BBC News.

 

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty, smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basement though way to bins. This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there's no trucks on street, there's no curve like boxes, as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up and down on the street. It's safe, it's clean, and it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works: you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen, then take the bags to one of these. They drop down into the building's basement. Twice a day, a powerful vacuum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe. First, the food waste, then general rubbish, then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years, the system's been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem is it's expensive. Local councils may be savings on refuse collection, but they don't pay the cost to installation. The developer here next to be one Olympic stadium, says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site, the 85 acres and all the roads. And that's the fundamental that we control the public run. And we gonna to take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great, is a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where the tings are, the central collection centre. That big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here. These great big things are essentially enormous intensive vacuum cleaner that will squirrel the rubbish around, yeah, goes off to the top. The ways goes down to the bottom where its compacted squash together and then it shift to one of these containers where it could be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally, it's claimed the systems of great improvement, the challenge is to make it work economically. And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch, it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nick /  BBC News.

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty,smelly,labor-intensive,and rubbish can pile up in basement * bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening,there's no bins,there's no truck* street,there's no cups or boxes,as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street.It's safe,it's clean,it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works:you sought your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe.First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff in recycling,like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years,the system's been installed around the world,from Stockholm to Barcelona,Disneyland to Dubai,but never in the UK.One problem is it's expensive.Local councils might be savings on refuse collection,but they don't pay the costive installation. The developer here next to be one stadium,says it make sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site,the 85 acres and all the roads.That's the fundamental that we control the public run.And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great,is a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where the tings are,the central collection centre.That big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive vaccum cleaner that will squirl the rubbish around,yeah,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where its compacted squash together and then it shoved to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems of great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch,it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead

 

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty, smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basements ** bins. This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive bin lorries.
 
 "Nobody sees anything happen, like there's no bins, there’s no truck on streets, there's no curve like boxes, there's no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on and down the streets. It's safe, it's clean, and it's healthy for everybody."
 
 This is how it works. You sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen, then take the bags to one of these. They drop down into the building's basement. Twice a day a powerful vacuum sucks them away to a collection center down a single pipe. First the food waste, then general rubbish, then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans. In the past 30 years, the system has been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem is it's expensive. Local councils make big savings on refuse collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. To develop right here next to ** stadium says it makes sense probably because this development is the size of a small town.
 
 "We own the entire site, the 85 acres, and all the roads and that’s the fundamental that we control the public run. And we’re gonna take the benefit of that, 'cause the public runs can be great to the consequence of the system."
 
 "And this is where it ends up, the central collection center. That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the road around here. This green big thing is essentially enormous ** vacuum cleaners which squirl the rubbish around. The egg goes up to the top, the waste goes down to the bottom where it’s compacted squash together, and then it’s shefted to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."
 
 Environmentally, it's claimed the systems of great improvements, but challenge is to make it work economically. And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch, it maybe some time before other developments follow this one's lead.
 
 Nick**.  BBC News.

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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty,smelly,labor-intensive,and rubbish can pile up in basement * bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive big lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening,there's no bins,there's no trucks on street,there's no cups or boxes,as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street.It's safe,it's clean,it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works:you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe.First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff in recycling,like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years,the system's been installed around the world,from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK.One problem is expensive.Local councils make big savings on refuge collection,but they don't pay the costive installation. The developer here next to be one stadium,says it make sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site,the 85 acres and all the roads.That's the fundamental that we control the public run.And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great,is a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where we stand up,the central collection centre.That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous in dice and vacuum cleaner that will squire the rubbish around,yeah,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where its compacted squash together and then it shoved to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems of great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch,it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

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And this is where the tings are,the central collection centre

 

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Traditional rabbish collection is dirty, smelling, liberal s*, and rabbish can pile up in basement bins. This new system does away with all that and much expensive. All I can say is this happeningly is no bins, no truck on streets, no cards like boxes, there are no kids on the bikes trying to find this going down the street. It's safe, it's clean and it's healthy for everybody. This is how it works. You source you rabbish into special containers in your kitchen then take the bags to one of these. They drop down into the building's basement. Twice a day, a powerful vacuum sucks them away to collection center down single pipe. First the food waste then general rabbish then staff for recycling like paper and cans. In the past thirty years. The system has been installed around the world from stalk home in Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai but never in the UK. One problem is it's expensive. Local c* may make saving on f* collection but they don't pay the cost installation. The develop like here next to w* stadium, it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town. We end in t* side 85 acres and all the road less the foundamental that we control the public r* and we can take a benefit from that because public arounds can be great as a consequence of this system. And this is where it ends up, the central collection center back big green pipe is outlaid from the underground network roads around here. This green big thing in normal's d* vaccum cleaners will screw rabbish around. It goes for top. The waste goes down for the bottom while it's c* squashed together then it s* to one of these containers where it can be put on g* and taken away. Environmently it claims system great improvement. Challange is to make it work economically and with prompting marketing slump, thanks to the credit crunch maybe sometime befor other developments follow this one's lead. N ABC news.
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Traditional rubbish collection is dirty,smelly,labor-intensive,and rubbish can pile up in basements or wooden bins.This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive bin lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening,there's no bins,there's no trucks on street,there's no cups or boxes,as no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street.It's safe,it's clean,and it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works:you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe.First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff for recycling,like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years,the system's been installed around the world,from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK.One problem : it's expensive.Local councils make big savings on refuge collection,but they don't pay the cost of [表成本高时 只有 costly 没有costive…costive与cost基本无干系] installation. The developer here next to / Mebley Stadium,says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site,the 85 acres and all the roads.And that's the fundamental that we control the public run.And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public run's gonna be great as a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where it ends up,the central collection centre.That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive / vacuum cleaner that will swirl  the rubbish around,the air,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where its compacted , squashed together and then it (is) shifted to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems of great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property marketing slump thanks to the credit crunch,it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nikaime , BBC NEWS.

 

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Traditional rubbish collection. It’s dirty,smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basements or wooden bins. This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive bin lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there's no trucks on street, there's no curbs like boxes, there is no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street. It's safe, it's clean,and it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works: you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe. First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years, the system's been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem : it's expensive. Local councils make big savings on refuge collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. The developer here next to / Mebley Stadium,says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site, the 85 acres and all the roads.And that's the fundamental that we control the public ground. And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public ground's gonna be great as a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where it ends up,the central collection centre.That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive / vacuum cleaner that will swirl  the rubbish around,the air,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where it’s compacted , squashed together and then it (is) shifted to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems are great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property market in slump thanks to the credit crunch, it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nikaime , BBC NEWS.

 

 

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Traditional rubbish collection. It’s dirty,smelly, labor-intensive, and rubbish can pile up in basements or wooden bins. This new system does away with all that and with lots of expensive bin lorries.

 

"Nobody sees anything happening, there's no bins, there's no trucks on street, there's no curbs like boxes, there is no kids on the bikes trying to fight with dust cars going up on the street. It's safe, it's clean,and it's healthy for everybody."

 

This is how it works: you sort your rubbish into special containers in your kitchen,then take the bags to one of these.They drop down into the building's basement.Twice a day,a powerful vaccum sucks them away to a collection centre down a single pipe. First,the food waste,then general rubbish,then stuff for recycling, like paper and cans.

 

In the past thirty years, the system's been installed around the world, from Stockholm to Barcelona, Disneyland to Dubai, but never in the UK. One problem : it's expensive. Local councils make big savings on refuse collection, but they don't pay the cost of installation. The developer here next to / Wembley Stadium,says it makes sense partly because this development is the size of a small town.

 

"We own the entire site, the 85 acres and all the roads.And that's the fundamental that we control the public ground. And we kinda take a benefit of that 'cause our public ground's gonna be great as a consequence of this system."

 

"And this is where it ends up,the central collection centre.That great big green pipe is the outlet from the underground network and laid in all the roads around here.These great big things are essentially enormous intensive / vacuum cleaner that will swirl  the rubbish around,the air,goes off to the top.The waste goes down to the bottom where it’s compacted , squashed together and then it (is) shifted to one of these containers where it can be put on to a lorry and taken away."

 

Environmentally,it's claimed the systems are great improvement,the challenge is to make it work economically.And with the property market in slump thanks to the credit crunch, it may be some time before other developments follow this one's lead.

 

Nikaime , BBC NEWS.

 

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