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Where are the millions of used motorcycles? 100% recycling

via:博客园     time:2019/7/11 19:31:29     readed:116

Author/Editor: Free, Source: Fast Technology

July 11th news, for used bicycles,Mobike has a new action: upgrade to create "full life cycle 2.0" actionTo build a platform to unite with the community, and lead the shared bicycle industry into the era of circular economy through technological innovation.

It is understood that in the face of the actual problem of used bicycles, Mobye first proposed the “Life Cycle Plan”, implementing the 3R principle (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) in design, procurement, production, delivery, operation, and scrapping. 100% of used bicycles are recycled and reused to achieve energy saving and environmental protection throughout the life cycle of Mobike.

Since the launch of the plan, 1.48 million tires and 1.26 million smart locks have been refurbished, 3,152 tons of aluminum and 6,897 tons of iron have been recovered, equivalent to an energy saving of 79.43 million kWh, which will reduce at least 25,000 tons of bauxite mining and reduce vegetation damage. 47,000 square meters, reducing carbon emissions by 61,000 tons.

On the full lifecycle intelligent management platform of Mobike cycling,Record the maintenance records of each component of each vehicle, and clearly trace the service life of each componentAccording to the maintenance record, optimize the design and production of the vehicle, thereby improving the service life of the vehicle and reducing the resource consumption and carbon emissions caused by the maintenance.

In addition to recycling and recycling of used bicycles, Mobike Bikes “Full Lifecycle 2.0” also plans to explore more possibilities for cycling lifecycles through technological innovation through cross-border cooperation.

On April 22 this year, World Earth Day, Mobike and the YUUE product design studio in Berlin, Germany, jointly released a set of furniture. These reclining chairs, vertical lights, coffee tables, tabletop racks, candlesticks and other raw materials are all from scrapped parts of Mobike bicycles.

In June of this year, Yan'an Wanhua School also built a multi-functional plastic sports field with more than 7,800 Mobike bicycle recycling tires.

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