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  • Pet Recycun6 Plant Opens in Germany - Case Study

    German plastics recycling company TM Recycling has invested about €10 million ($13.4 million) to build a new PET plastics recycling facility. Construction of the plant is associated with the formation of PFR Nord GmbH in Hohenwestedt TM Recycling, along with AFA Nord GmbH, are a part of the German company Mensing Group, headquartered in Germany. The facility has been operating since June ...

  • Case study - PFR Nord GmbH - PET recycling plant

    Customer The Mensing Group of Companies in Hohenwestedt (Germany) invests almost € 10 million in the construction of a new PET recycling plant. The construction of the recycling plant is associated with the formation of PFR Nord GmbH in Hohenwestedt. About 30 new jobs have resulted there. On the whole, Mensing Group, which also includes AFA Nord GmbH and TM ...

  • Case study - RDF plant Tel Aviv

    Engineering and planning, procurement, production and delivery of the complete plant engineering as well as installation and commissioning. Retention: September 2012 Throughput: 540,000 Mg/a Operational time: at least 6,200 Mg/a Input: municipal solid waste, commercial and industrial ...


    By Eggersmann Anlagenbau

  • Case study - MBT Wrexham

    Planning, delivery, installation, commissioning, testing and turnkey delivery of a plant for mechanical-biological treatment of municipal waste. Customer: FCC Environment Throughput: (50,000 Mg/a): 33,500 Mg/a Household waste and 16,500 Mg/a Commercial waste Commissioning: March/April 2015 ...


    By Eggersmann Anlagenbau

  • Electrical conductance in a typical linear and cyclic quantum wire

    Theoretical studies on electrical conductance in nanostructures which consist of two semi-infinite leads separated by a typical molecular wire are carried out within Green's function (GF) formalism in the linear regime. For this reason, the GF of extended molecular wire is obtained. Hence, the electrical conductance of the system is derived theoretically, using the GF elements and wire ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • New PET recycling plant at PFR Nord - Case Study

    The Mensing Unternehmensgruppe in Hohenwestedt (Germany) invests almost 10 million Euros in the construction of a new PET recycling plant. The construction of the recycling plant is associated with the new foundation of the PFR Nord GmbH in Hohenweststedt, where almost 30 new workplaces have been created. Altogether, the Mensing Group, which also includes the AFA Nord GmbH and the TM Recycling ...

  • Case study - Saubermacher Dienstleistungs AG –Austria - Plastic sorting plant for light packaging waste

    Customer SAUBERMACHER DIENSTLEISTUNGS AG is the leader of the Austrian recycling and waste collection market. The company, founded in 1979 by the family Roth, is now listed on the stock market and has 3,900 employees. SAUBERMACHER is collecting and recycling from approximately 1,600 communities in Central Europe and collaborates with over 40,000 commercial and ...

  • Hanbury Plastic Recycling – Stoke on Trent, UK case study

    CUSTOMER HPR Limited creates high quality plastic feedstock materials, by sorting co-mingled commercial, industrial and post-consumer waste into separated polymer streams of high purity since 2011. HPR Limited process 40,000 tonnes/year of mixed kerbside collected plastic material. SITUATION HPR were looking for a solution to sort efficiently ...

  • Dedisa, Chania, Greece - Case Study

    High-innovative and crucial investment added great value for Chania, Greece. Overview The DEDISA waste management plant is located in the prefecture of Chania, which is a prefecture of the island of Crete, in the south of Greece. This integrated waste-processing centre serves a population of 155 000 inhabitants, which represents around 25% of the ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • High-innovative and crucial investment added great value for Chania, Greece

    Overview The DEDISA waste management plant is located in the prefecture of Chania, which is a prefecture of the island of Crete, in the south of Greece. This integrated waste-processing centre serves a population of 155 000 inhabitants, which represents around 25% of the island’s total population. The Chania area also provides 88,000 beds for tourists, and most of the ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Case study - Grundon Waste Management Ltd. – England - Single stream waste sorting plant for MRF

    Customer Grundon Waste Management Ltd. is the largest privately owned waste management company in the UK. The company was founded in 1929 and has moved into landfill operation, waste collection, and most recently into harnessing energy from waste. The company offers a wide range of waste collection services spanning mixed recyclables, general (non-recyclable) waste, clinical and hazardous ...

  • New sorting plant for dry commingled and C&I waste in Nottingham

    The recycling company Wastecycle in Nottingham expects to process in excess of 45,000t / year and are pleased that the implementation of the plant has allowed them the flexibly to achieve positive results from the various waste streams. The management of Wastecycle asked KMH Systems and REDWAVE to assist them in developing together a new plant based on the following objectives: Increase ...

  • ROAF, Norway - Case Study

    The world´s first fully automated sorting plant for MSW Waste and recycling company Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (RoAF) has installed 16 of TOMRA´s AUTOSORT optical sorters to separate green bio-waste bags and recyclable fractions from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). This award-winning site is the first fully automated sorting plant for MSW worldwide, requiring no manual ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Case study - Wastecycle – Nottingham, UK - Dry mixed recyclables / Commercial and industrial waste MRF

    Customer Wastecycle Ltd, based in Nottingham city in the UK is the leading resource management and recycling company in the East Midlands, and is part of the Environmental division of the DCC Group. Wastecycle process waste and material through their Recycling Facilities with over 90% recycled and recovered, whilst successfully locating and securing markets for over 200,000 tonnes of ...

  • Granada Eco-Center: Technology at the service of efficient material recovery - Case Study

    Granada Eco-Center, in Alhendin (Granada), with a nominal capacity of 450,000 tons per annum, is totally automated and is one of the leading facilities in waste recycling at the national level, and had a 10.8% waste recovery rate on inputs last year. The plant features 4 treatment lines that process 30 tons per hour and has 10 AUTOSORT ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • MacMachinery Secure Partnership with Sennebogen

    Despite the current economic climate Irish Company, Mac Machinery Limited, secures a partnership with German Enterprise Sennebogen (specialist in material handling solutions). The deal had been agreed in late 2009 and all parties are looking forward to working together to provide clients with a cost effective solution. Mac Machinery Marketing Manager, Annemarie Doohan, says that “you cannot stand ...


    By Mac Machinery Limited

  • For a clean Environment case study

    AmeyCespa is one of the leading providers of recycling, composting, anaerobic digestion and waste management services. The company combines the expertise of Amey, the UK’s leading public service provider, and Cespa, Spain’s major waste management company, which has over 40 years of expertise in the field. In Waterbeach, which is located only a few miles north of Cambridge (England), ...


    By WEIMA

  • Milton Keynes, UK - Case Study

    Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park: putting Circular Economy thinking into practice. Background Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park is a world-class waste treatment facility, which is due to be fully operational in 2016. The facility aims to deal with Milton Keynes’ black bag waste in a sustainable way by incorporating three different types of treatment on one ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • The Ubiquitous Plastic Bag — And What To Do

    Each year, Americans consume over 100 billion single use plastic bags, the most ubiquitous of all throwaway items. Their usefulness can be measured in minutes; unfortunately, the waste lingers longer, and can clog sewer lines, create problems in recycling plants, and pollute waterways. However, single use plastic bags are also cost-effective and more durable in inclement weather. Local, state, ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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