Avac has partnered with the MariMatic Corporation of Finland to offer a range of vacuum solid waste collection solutions in Australia and New Zealand.

Solid Waste Collection Systems utilise vacuum pressure for the collection and conveyance of solid waste through a piping network. They consist of three main components: a waste collection station, a piping network and waste collection inlets. Users simply deposit waste into the inlets which is then sucked through the piping network to the waste collection station for disposal.



Reduced Health Risks

The use of this technology eliminates overflowing rubbish bins and all the associated health risks to patrons and staff. Waste is whisked away to the central service area and automatically deposited into compacting containers ready for removal from the site after the game has finished!

Improved Safety

The risks of injury to both patrons and staff of either slips or falls due to overflowing rubbish bins is eliminated, as well as the risks particularly to staff, of handing potentially dangerous elements which could result in needle stick injuries or the like during the handling of rubbish and the cleaning of hundreds of rubbish bins.

Cost Reduction

This automated collection technology results in significant staff cost reductions stemming from the elimination of staff needed to collect, move, empty, clean and relocate hundreds of rubbish bins.

Organic Waste Separation

The vacuum waste collection system allows for various waste streams to be separated at the source of waste generation and transferred to separate collection points accordingly. This means that organic waste from the food preparation areas of the stadium can be collected and transported automatically, using the primary system infrastructure, but via a separate piping network to different compacting containers ready for off-site removal/re-use.

Protects the Environment

Both the costs and risks associated with ensuring protection of the environment stemming from the handling and particularly the cleaning of hundreds of rubbish bins, is effectively mitigated by the use of the centralised collection and transportation technology.