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Composites city will have a sustainable ATM from Edra Equipamentos

News International-French

8 Nov 2012

The first sustainable ATM manufactured in Brazil can be seen in Compocity, the composites city that the Latin American Composite Materials Association (ALMACO) will build at Feiplar. Developed by Edra Equipamentos, the ATM has over twenty innovations compared to conventional models, including walls and ceiling made of “green” composites – the resins are partially derived from renewable and recycled sources.

"A city made of composite materials could not lack an ATM booth, especially a model like this one, which confirms the sustainable profile of the material,” says Jorge Braescher, president of Edra Equipamentos.

In addition to the walls and ceiling, the ATM features other environmentally friendly highlights, such as the floor, made of plastic wood consisting of more than 90% of disposed packaging waste. The highlights also include natural lighting, solar energy and a system that reuses rainwater to irrigate a garden on the roof, among other things.


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