How Disney’s Magical Trash Tubes Ended Up In New York City | World Wide Waste | Insider Business

At Disney World, the Magic Kingdom uses a system of pneumatic tubes to keep trash out of sight for park visitors. While this was supposed to be the future of waste disposal, only one other place in the US uses something like it on a similar scale: Roosevelt Island in New York City.

00:00 Intro
01:04 History of Pneumatic Tubes
02:30 How They Work
05:39 Trash Systems Around The World
06:48 New Tubes In Harlem
08:02 Credits

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How Disney’s Magical Trash Tubes Ended Up In New York City | World Wide Waste | Insider Business

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