It was only a matter of time before such a device came onto the market: a disposal container that separates the thrown-in waste into recyclable materials on its own initiative. People are apparently not smart enough to do this themselves. “No desire or ignorance? High margin of error in waste disposal”, the German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported in April 2018. “Germans don’t sort waste properly” was a similar statement that emerged in the newspaper ZEIT. Both reports referred to information from the Federal Association of Secondary Raw Materials (BVSE), which presented the problem primarily from one aspect: How can the effort required for recycling be reduced? The topic is not limited to Germany, but is of global importance.
The CR 700 thoroughly and cautiously processes the area assigned to it. We’re not talking about a digital Cristiano Ronaldo (CR7), but the cleaning robot “ADLATUS CR 700”. This fully automated robot has been turning its rounds at Munich Airport for several months now. Read all about our experiences with the robot and how we imagine the world in 10 years in our blog!