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    Special plants for recycling municipal solid waste (MSW)

    The treatment of municipal solid waste is intended to recover essential raw materials. Forrec has developed a wide range of special plants for recycling municipal solid waste (MSW). The technologies employed by Forrec are aimed at sorting and recovering high quality recyclable municipal and industrial materials suitable for market needs and for energy recovery from non-recyclable dry waste (SRF). Separation of materials takes place using an automatic sorting system, which involves various types of tools: including...

    By Forrec srl based in Santa Giustina in Colle, ITALY.

  • Cytonome Viva - G1 System for Life Sciences Research

    In 2016, we partnered with Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. whereby we license the Cytonome Viva™ system to be sold. Our IP and breadth of talented engineers and developers enable us to move quickly and to please any of our partners that carry our products.

    By Cytonome/ST, LLC based in Bedford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

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    Metals separation equipment for cleaning metal pollutants from WEEE

    REGULATOR-CETRISA, as manufacturer of metals separation equipment, offers different solutions for cleaning metal pollutants from. Before the E-Waste enter into the shredding process, any contaminating material, like batteries, color cartridges, tonners, etc., must be removed manually from the incoming devices.

    By Regulator-Cetrisa based in Gava, SPAIN.

  • Waste handling in flight catering kitchens

    Large catering kitchens at airports are operational more or less round the clock. They have to deal with enormous amounts of waste from incoming aircraft, food preparation kitchens and staff canteens. Compared with traditional manual refuse collection methods, an automated kitchen waste system is safer, more efficient, more hygienic – and cheaper in the long run.

    By Envac AB based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

  • Recycling sorting solutions for the fines copper

    Copper granulate, recovered by the recycling process of copper wires and cables, has the potential to be a high value resource. However, even after the removal of impurities, polymers and ferrous from the granulate, it can still contain small amounts of lead, brass or aluminum – often up to three percent. TOMRA sorting technology removes the remaining pollutants efficiently and automatically from the copper granulate – with an especially high efficiency of lead removal.

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH based in Asker, NORWAY.

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