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  • Delivery of Cardboard baler at customer in Poland

    A new Valvan C75S1500LH baling press was successfully installed in record time at a Polish production site of a renowned cardboard manufacturer.  The old baler they were running was getting worn out and did not longer fit the needs of the customer concerning bale weight, capacity and reliability. The choice for a new Valvan Baler was made by the customer after extensive comparison ...


    By Valvan Baling Systems NV

  • Viridor wins Lincolnshire sorting contract

    Viridor has won a three-year contract with Lincolnshire County Council to transport and sort mixed recyclables in a bid to increase recycling levels. Serving the districts of West Lindsey and City of Lincoln, Viridor will sort and market 19,000 tonnes of material at its materials recycling facility in Crayford, Kent. The contract, running to March 2013, will have a two-year extension option. ...

  • Mixed Waste sorting takes off with TITECH

    Following their success at a revolutionary MRF in Cyprus where recyclables were first sorted commercially from black bag waste, TITECH has continued to make strides in mixed waste sensor based sorting technology. Projects have followed in Eastern Europe, the USA, Spain and the UK, in an area that has become the fastest growing sector of the company. As Jonathan Clarke, UK Managing Director, says: ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Tradeshow novelty: REDWAVE Sorting Machine to detect Flexoprint

    For the first time REDWAVE presented its new sorting machine for the detection and quantitative determination of flexographic printing at Ecomondo. Newspapers that are printed with the flexographic printing method may not reach the deinking process as they have a negative impact on product quality. This is a problem which particularly keeps the Italian and English paper industry busy, as part of ...

  • Automation of systems as well as optimization of the paper sorting process

    The direction forward in Nuremberg are set for the highest quality standards in the field of waste paper sorting for household waste. To meet the steadily increasing demands on deinking cleanliness and efficiency, ROWE GmbH in Nuremberg decided to fundamentally renew the existing waste paper sorting system and to bring it in line with state-of-the-art technology. In terms of fully automatic ...

  • ROWE Nuremberg opens new paper sorting plant

    The direction forward in Nuremberg are set for the highest quality standards in the field of waste paper sorting for household waste. To meet the steadily increasing demands on deinking cleanliness and efficiency, ROWE GmbH in Nurem­berg decided to fundamentally renew the existing waste paper sorting system and to bring it in line with state-of-the-art tech­nology. In terms of ...

  • Redwave 2i the new generation of intelligent sensor-based sorting

    REDWAVE 2i has been equipped with the new interactive "intelligence" which can not only be used directly on the sorting machine, but also anywhere, anytime on mobile devices and computers in real-time. This development of advanced human-machine-computer communication and access to real-time analytics and statistics provides the ability to monitor, control and optimise sorting processes at any ...

  • Casella opens zero-sort facility, built by CP Manufacturing

    CP Manufacturing, San Diego, CA, installed a new Zero-Sort Facility for Casella in Rutland, Vermont. The 30,000TPY Zero-Sort Facility is now in full operation. The new facility is expected to drive improved recycling rates in the surrounding communities of Vermont, as well as from Glen Falls, NY, all the way ...


    By CP Manufacturing, Inc.

  • TOMRA Sorting builds its presence in Kuwait with new contract win

    Leading sensor-based sorting equipment provider, TOMRA Sorting, has further expanded its portfolio of customers in the Middle East by securing a contract with National Cleaning Company for its new Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) sorting plant in Kuwait. The brand new €2.5m plant, due to be operational by early 2014, will be capable of processing an impressive ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Redwave builds latest paper sorting plant at Stora Enso (Belgium)

    Stora Enso Langerbrugge Paper Mill produces premium paper products out of 100% recycled paper, collected within a 300 kilometre radius, encompassing about 80 million people. "We call it the urban forest. We get the fibre we need by collecting old paper from the households, no wood is used here to produce paper," explains Chris De Hollander, Managing Director of Stora Enso Langerbrugge Paper Mill. ...

  • TOMRA Sorting’s expertise in C&I waste recognised with multiple contract wins

    Sensor-based sorting equipment provider, TOMRA Sorting, has further increased its market share of the UK’s commercial and industrial (C&I) recycling sector following a host of new contract wins. The company has recently been selected as the technology provider of choice for six of the UK’s most advanced C&I MRFs, which are set to process a combined total of over half a million ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Titech appointed as Sterecycle`s technology partner to pre-sort autoclave input material

    TITECH has been appointed by waste management specialist, Sterecycle, as its technology partner to deliver advanced sensor-based sorting solutions at the company’s MSW plant in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. Sterecycle is investing in an expansion programme at the plant, which is the world’s first commercial scale autoclave waste treatment facility. This latest expansion will increase ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • ZenRobotics News - Updates from Around the World

    In the past year the ZenRobots have continued their travels around the world, reaching new sites and piles of recyclables to sort, continuing their mission to save the world from waste. The robots are well on their way to China and Singapore. The Australian robots' dance floor is getting ready for some serious sorting, as are the French and the second Japanese sites. The Finnish, Swedish, Swiss ...


    By ZenRobotics Ltd.

  • Redwave installs paper recycling system in Germany

    Austria-based Redwave has announced the installation of its Process Monitoring and Control System (PMCS) at ROWE GmbH, a paper recycling company based in Nuremberg, Germany. Redwave says the PMCS “allows maximum automation of systems as well as optimisation of ...

  • Britain’s largest MRF achieves higher value materials with TITECH

    Greenstar, one of the UK's leading recycling-led waste management companies, is using TITECH automated sorting systems at its Aldridge-based MRF – currently the largest MRF in Britain. Britain’s largest MRF achieves higher value materials with TITECH Greenstar, one of the UK's leading recycling-led waste management companies, is using TITECH automated sorting systems at its Aldridge-based MRF – ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TITECH to reveal next generation sensor-based at IFAT Entsorga, Munich, May 7-11

    Sensor-based sorting systems pioneer TITECH has been at the forefront of researching, designing, developing and manufacturing solutions for all types of waste and recycling challenges for 20 years, and it will reveal its latest next generation system at the IFAT ENTSORGA exhibition, Munich, on May 7-11. Regarded as the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • UPM expands services by building its first commingled MRF

    UPM, the world’s ‘largest’ user of recycled fibre in graphic papers, is expanding its interests by building its first materials recycling facility for commingled dry recyclables. The firm is investing £17M into a materials recycling facility at its Shotton paper mill in North Wales ‘to source high quality paper from co-mingled sources’. UPM head of recovered paper sourcing Craig Robinson said: ...

  • Chinese waste treated using European technology

    REDWAVE specialises in sorting systems for the recycling industry, with its German branch focused on mechanical biological waste treatment - a product offering which has caught the eye of customers in China. Austrian-German technology firm REDWAVE has received another order for a household waste pre-treatment plant which will be built in the south east of China. Through use of mechanical ...

  • Balers shown to cut company waste management costs by up to 80%

    In a move designed to help businesses respond to the 20% increase in the standard rate of tax from £40 to £48 for each tonne of waste sent to landfill, effective 1 April 2010 and announced in this week’s Budget, waste solutions company Mil-tek is launching a “free, no strings attached” two-week baler trial for companies of all sizes. The government now plans ...


    By Mil-tek

  • Chinese waste treated with European technology

    Another pre-treatment plant for household waste was ordered for the south-east of China from the Austrian-German technology firm REDWAVE. By using mechanical biological treatment (MBT) it will dry and sort the waste for a local waste-to-energy (WTE) plant. The capacity of the facility will amount to 650,000 tons annualy respectively 1,800 tons per day. The purchaser of the plant is a private ...

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