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Research Paper | Mechanical Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017
Theoretical Analysis of Mobile Garbage Cleaner
Abstract: We would like to throw some light on the New and Innovative concept which is known as Mobile Garbage Cleaner. Mobile Garbage Cleaner is a new concept that is fully examined theoretically successfully. In world, waste production has doubled over the past 20 years. By 2050, the world may produce huge garbage at an alarming rate of 5 billion tons per year. Poor waste management in many developing or under developed countries is a threat to humanity & ecosystem. We propose a community sourced, data-driven, sustainable & economic solution to the garbage problem. In this theoretical analysis, we have found the effective way to make our nation, A Clean Hindustan in association with Swachch Bharat Abhiyan. The system integrates the mechanism to uplift the garbage on roadside anywhere in cities or any other areas with the help of Vacuum Pressure & shifting it to incineration chamber will burn the garbage to ashes instantly making the surroundings clean & rid of stinky smell. The exhaust so obtained will be made eco-friendly, pollution free, and harmless. Not only roadside garbage, but large heaps of garbage collected on outskirts of city can also be cleaned effectively. Thus, reducing soil pollution. The whole system is designed to get maximum efficiency of work & zero pollution emission to make our environment safer. In under developed countries, waste management usually accounts for about 30-50 % of municipality operational budgets. Despite these high expenses of corporation, many cities collect only 50-80 % of wastes generated in the city. In some cities, 80 % of garbage collection and transportation equipment is out of service or in need of immediate repair or maintenance, in absence of which the whole system may get worse.
Keywords: Vacuum Pressure, Motor, Incineration Chamber, Briquette, Heavy Duty Batteries, Copper Plates, Steam, Exhaust Fan, Operating Panel, E Vehicle, Solar Panels
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017,
Pages: 833 - 837