The Solbjers district, Lund

In the northeastern part of Lund, the new district of Brunnshög is about to emerge. In the future, 40,000 people will live and work in the area, which will be characterized by a sustainable and highly efficient urban environment.

The Solbjer is the first major stage in the new district. The area is an example of sustainable overall thinking, where waste infrastructure for housing and commercial premises is linked with publicly available trash bins in a thoughtful and smart manner.

The Logiwaste delivery is a modern automatic waste collection system that makes it easy for residents and those working in the area to dispose of their household waste, trash and commersial waste. With the sorting of four different fractions of waste, users get an efficient and environmentally sustainable solution with a greatly reduced number of heavy waste transports in the immediate area.

Waste inlets are designed for quick, hygenic and easy disposal. In addition to waste inlets for the residents, twenty inlets for businesses and about ten public trash bins iwill be part of the infrastructure and connected to the automatic waste collection system.

The delivery includes pipe network and inlet points to the system, with the option of also delivering a terminal and terminal building.
The delivery also includes responsibility for the design and excavation construction.

Project information
  • Client: Lund Waste Management Services
  • Location: Lund, Sweden
  • Application: 700 apartments and commercial properties
  • System: DN400 mm stationary automatic waste collection system
  • Number of fractions: Four. Residual waste, cardboard, packaging and food waste
  • Waste volume: 131 tonnes residual per year, 73 tonnes paper per year
  • Number of inlets: More than 60 residential inlets, 20 commercial inlets and 10 trash bins
  • Pipe length: 1300 meters
  • Initiated: 2016