TANA’s commitment to the environment
Article originally published in Recover IT magazine in Italian – TANA Stazionario Biomassa
Since the 1970s, at the dawn of organised waste management, northern Europe has been the driving force behind an environmental awareness whose importance has gradually been recognised globally, until it became a priority issue in every aspect of human activities. TANA was born out of the intuition of a young entrepreneur, Matti Sinkkonen, who developed the first landfill compactor in 1971, the ancestor of a series of machines that still today, in ever more evolved versions, represent the state of the art in that machine segment.
Biomass processing is one application where the TANA 440 has once again decisively demonstrated its potential and efficiency.
Read the article in English here Biomass processing with TANA