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Bi-Sorter & Tri-Sorter

Bi-Sorter & Tri-Sorter

Smart, self-sufficient buildings are the future of the construction industry. Sea Star Engineering LLC actively encourages environmental benefits of recycling chutes by developing multi-sorter PLC systems that are adaptable to future technology. The panel of the hopper doors have additional options such as push button operated, touch screen operated.
Bi-sorter

Electro-Hydraulic motorized sorter systems are used for distributing materials from one chute into designated containers. Sorter Units are operated by the push buttons at intake doors. Bi-sorters are used for segregating two different types of wastes.

Tri-Sorter

Electro-Hydraulic motorized sorter systems are used for distributing materials from one chute into designated containers. Sorter Units are operated by the push buttons at intake doors. Tri-sorters are used for segregating three different types of wastes.


There has been an awareness of waste management recently. Recycling has come to a different level. Whereas waste bins have different sections of plastic waste, paper waste and general waste in public areas, parks etc. This is just a start to segregate waste at home and apartments. Whereby, the disposal of waste in buildings and towers have tri-sorter and Bi-sorter systems to ensure that the relevant waste is disposed in its respective container.

Bi-sorter or tri-sorter chute systems effectively manage the garbage disposal requirements of condo buildings and their residents. Older condo buildings without a bi-sorter or tri-sorter can also retrofit their garbage chute system.

A bi-sorter or tri-sorter chute system provides condo residents with the convenience of trash disposal, recycling of wastes and organics disposal using a single chute on their floor. This eliminates the burden of carrying materials to a recycling depot located somewhere in or outside the building.

Bi-sorter or tri sorter chute systems require that residents continue to separate their garbage before discarding it. Proper identification of items before disposal in the chute is an essential aspect of condo building waste management. When condo owners do their part, it saves money and for the environment and helps the city to reach waste diversion targets.