Austin AI proudly announces the official opening of its new facility in Austin, TX. January 2010: With nearly 7000 square feet of office and warehouse space on 3.5 acres of land, this move provides the infrastructure and foundation on which the company can proceed with growth plans for the foreseeable future. Austin AI will continue to build custom systems for clients needing specializing solutions for recycling, sorting, seperating, testing and QC - for most materials. Additionally AAI will continue to develop unique market niches in mining, environmental and testing markets with its probe-based technology.
Waste industry to appeal EU recycling definition
Trade body the ESA – whose members include many of the major waste management firms in the UK – and its European counterpart FEAD, have expressed concerns over the point at which material is considered ‘recycled’ under current revisions of the EU’s Circular Economy package. The European Parliament’s Environment Committee made further revisions to the wording of the legislation yesterday, approving amendments to the Circular Economy package tabled by the Italian MEP Simona...
The World’s fastest metals analyser Vulcan, launched by Oxford Instruments
Oxford Instruments has launched Vulcan, the fastest metals analyser with the most advanced reporting tools on the market. Vulcan is an ergonomic, balanced handheld LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) analyser with a simple user interface. Vulcan has been designed for the rapid identification of a wide range of alloys in manufacturing plants within multiple industries and the scrap metal processing/recycling markets world-wide. Fast, accurate, durable Vulcan is the fastest metals analyser available,...
Germany Leads the Way in Recycling With Advanced Color-Coding
What most consider a very dirty business is quite sophisticated in this European nation. TheOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Developmentreports that Germans willingly sort 65% of their waste for recycling or incineration.Compared to Americans, who only sort 35%, they are leading the world in recycling best practices. It’s not just the government who enforces such strict waste management as most Germans consider it standard practice. On a trip to Germany several years ago, I can remember mindlessly...
TOMRA Sorting is sharing its application expertise at Arabplast 2017
Global sensor-based waste sorting systems manufacturer TOMRA Sorting is very pleased to be attending Arabplast 2017, taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre, United Arab Emirates, from 8 January to 10 January 2017. Arabplast is the region’s foremost trade show for the plastics, petrochemical and rubber industries, and TOMRA Sorting will be showcasing a range of top-selling sorting applications with a focus on upgrading plastics. TOMRA Sorting’s featured products will be displayed in Hall 5...
TOMRA´s X-TRACT recognized with the German Design Awards 2017
Launched in anew format in spring this year, the X-TRACT, TOMRA´s X-Ray transmission system,has been awardeda «Special Mention», by the German Design Awards 2017 in the category «industry». According to the jury,the X-TRACT reflects the high performance and efficiency of the sorting system in its techno-functional design and its striking colouring. The "Special Mention" is awarded to products whose design features particularly successful sub-aspects or solutions – an award...