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How to Build a Zero Garbage City? | Issac Zhang | TEDxZhujiangNewTown
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Added Jul 21, 2016
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There are only 20% urban garbage that are recycled. The rest becomes real garbage because the recycle cost is higher than its utilized value. With a well designed automation system, Isaac shows us how to push garbage recycling by cutting finding & collecting cost, and even let garbage becomes the resource to the place that needs it before it becomes useless.

Issac Zhang is an avid learner, a system science savvy and a determined advocate of sustainable environment. He seeks elegant solutions rather than workarounds for recyclable resources discovery and transportation. He believes that a sustainable waste recycling stream is built on a collective effort of every individual and driven by effective supply chains. The 3PO dynamic resource optimization system he developed has helped many companies to better allocate resources and improve performance in everyday operation

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