One of the system’s major advantages is that it streamlines the process to just three steps.
Calling the process of dealing with drugs smuggled inside people’s bodies “smooth” is a little provocative, to be sure. The smugglers are often at-risk people who feel forced for whatever reason to bring in the drugs. But for staff who previously had to work in dangerous, unhygienic, stressful conditions, it’s a word they have mentioned themselves in describing working with NaRQ. Since the system essentially runs itself, it’s a much faster, more secure process for the staff.
Flushing the toilet transports its contents from the bowl to the washing chamber. Water is sprayed on the contents to disintegrate the waste and toilet paper, which exit via the drain. Dense, inorganic objects are collected in a central collection vessel.
Once the waste and paper have been removed, cleaning fluid is sprayed into the collection vessel from all directions. This disinfects all objects and eliminates unpleasant odours.
Steps 1 and 2 are repeated four minutes into the recovery cycle to ensure optimal results.
Hot air is blown into the vessel, removing excess moisture. The collection vessel is then transported to the front hatch, where it can be lifted out and its contents can be inspected and processed.
NaRQ enables automatic handling of swallowed drugs, with the entire process monitored and recorded by the system.
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