Remote Operating Station for Waste to Energy facilities

Fully automated cranes with a remote operating station, or ROS, allow new waste-to-energy facilities to be designed for even better safety and efficiency. An ROS removes the need for an operator chair and pulpit, which alleviates potential dangers associated with a glass-fronted control room over the pit, and helps streamline and centralize the workforce in a safe location.

When manual mode is required for maintenance or troubleshooting, cranes can be operated from the area that is most convenient, allowing the crane operator to interface and share tasks with a pit manager or furnace operator.

The result is a versatile, efficient workforce that is able to respond to changing conditions, and achieve a significant reduction in operating costs.

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