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Reception and storage 2 • The surface area of the unload area and manoeuvre area of the unload pit must be made of reinforced concrete (with pozzolana cement to prevent physico-chemical degradation thereof) and must withstand transport and unloading and turning manoeuvres of the transport vehicles and loading shovel used to feed the waste. • To prevent collisions between the roof and the container trucks in the unload position or with the rear doors of of conventional collection trucks open, the height of the unload yard ceiling and the doors have a minimum clearance of 7 metres, • In unload yards the natural slope formed by the stored packaging waste shall be 45º, with a height up to 3 metres (empirically obtained data). • In the unload yard, a storage height of three metres will be established, approximately matching the free unload height of a loading shovel of small-medium size typically used for these treatment capacities. This prevents the unload shovel used for feeding and stacking input amounts from squashing and deforming them, with the resulting detriment to the sorting operations. • In unload pits, the unload stations shall be provided on the bottom with a strong lip made of reinforced concrete with an approximate height of 25 cm. Thus, if the unload vehicle wheels approach the pit they will stop against


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