Depending on the distances from collection routes to the final disposal site, may recommend the introduction of MSW transfer stations – where local collection trucks dump their loads that are consolidated into larger payloads for transportation to the final disposal site. Shown below is an illustration of a very simple design that is both highly cost effective and functional. More elaborate transfer systems are available that include housing the entire.
Operation inside a building to eliminate local concerns about noise, traffic and odors, and also incorporate a recycling component.
Typically transfer stations are introduced when the hauling distance for local collection vehicles is greater than 15km and the daily volume exceeds 200 tons. Transfer stations have the ability to increase collection efficiency 70%-90% depending upon the existing mode of storage and type of collection vehicles used.