Across the venue of the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai, organizers have posted garbage classification guides and offered three types of trash bins labeled “food waste”, “residual waste” and “recyclable” to help mandatory garbage sorting. Volunteers are also ready to explain and help.
Exhibitors at the China International Import Expo actively sorting their waste at the National Exhibition and Convention Center.
The rate of people actively trash sorting at the center is over 80 percent.
There are nearly 4,000 garbage bins at the center, each with a capacity of 240 liters, and 128 permanent disposal spots with bins.
If visitors fret over the complex garbage sorting process, they can find solutions at the ABB booth.
The Swiss tech giant showcases a waste separation robot, which can nimbly put different kinds of trash into different bins.
In addition, there are about 50 public sanitation vehicles and 266 cleaners working close to the center.
At the media center, garbage-sorting materials and VR games are available.