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TriOmix, the first creative sprint that reinvents waste sorting in the city
L’enjeu du tri sélectif en milieu urbain dense est connu : on trie deux fois moins en ville qu’à la campagne.
 
Face à ce constat, Citéo, en partenariat avec la Métropole de Lyon, son laboratoire d’innovation ERASME et l’Ecole Centrale, a organisé TriOmix : le tout premier sprint créatif dédié à l’amélioration du tri en ville.
 
Organisé à Lyon les 3, 4 et 5 juillet 2019, cet évènement a rassemblé associations locales, étudiants, designer, start-up, experts des déchets ou encore enseignants, pour travailler collectivement à des propositions d’amélioration de la pratique du...
The issue of selective waste sorting in dense urban areas is well known: we sort half as much in the city as in the countryside.
 
Faced with this fact, Citéo, in partnership with the Lyon Metropolis, its innovation laboratory ERASME and the Ecole Centrale, organised TriOmix: the first creative sprint dedicated to improving waste sorting in the city.
 
Organised in Lyon on 3, 4 and 5 July 2019, this event brought together local associations, students, designers, start-ups, waste experts and teachers, to work collectively on proposals to improve the practice of waste sorting, increase recycling and reduce waste production.
 
The fifty participants first underwent an immersion sequence, before taking their position on one of the challenges facing the Lyon Metropolis concerning selective sorting. The teams then proceeded to prototyping and then prepared their pitch for the opening of the premises to the public.
 
Six prototypes were ultimately unveiled and some of them are expected to enter an incubation phase in order to be tested in real-world conditions as early as 2020.
Trilib', self-service waste sorting
Pour permettre à plus de Parisiens de trier plus simplement et pouvoir apporter une solution aux 10 % de Parisiens n’ayant pas de bac jaune, Citeo a conduit et financé une expérimentation à Paris : 40 stations trilib’, des containers de collecte de proximité disponibles 24h sur 24, implantés dans 4 arrondissements.
Mobilier urbain de tri et modulaire, la station trilib’ mutualise 5 flux : les emballages en verre, en métal, les bouteilles et flacons en plastique, les papiers et cartons et enfin les textiles. Innovation digitale et service à l’usager, les taux de remplissage des stations sont disponibles en temps réel sur...
To allow more Parisians to sort their waste more simply and be able to provide a solution to the 10% of Parisians who do not have a yellow bin, Citeo conducted and financed an experiment in Paris: 40 trilib' stations, local collection containers available 24 hours a day, located in 4 districts.
Modular urban sorting furniture, the trilib' station brings together 5 streams: glass and metal packaging, plastic bottles and containers, paper and cardboard, and finally, textiles. Digital innovation and user service, station filling rates are available in real time on the opendata.paris.fr platform.
The City of Paris has decided to deploy these stations that facilitate waste sorting and collection.
Each station collects around an additional 25 tonnes of packaging each year and improves the quality of sorting.
For 9 out of 10 Parisians, they are easy to use and show that waste sorting is really useful. Since 2017, this still experimental arrangement has already allowed the sorting and recycling, among other things, of 55 tons of plastic bottles, or about 2 million bottles.
A thousand Trilib' stations will be deployed throughout Paris from the end of 2019 to 2021 by the City of Paris with the support of Citeo.