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    Turn your recycling into awards at IKEA Edinburgh Did you know? Making a can from recycled materials instead of new saves enough energy to power a television for three hours. Recycled plastic bottles can also be turned into all sorts of new things, from park benches to fleece jackets! Any can, plastic bottle or glass bottle bought in our store can now be recycled ...


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  • Reverse Vending ® New Website

    Reverse Vending ® website Reverse Vending ® new website layout includes several changes largely meant to optimize the reader experience Reverse Vending have 27 years experience Reverse Vending ® is a Registered Trademark http://www.reversevending.co.uk/       ...


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  • Live reverse vending machine status launches in myTOMRA app update

    TOMRA Collection Solutions has expanded its myTOMRA app to enable consumers to view the live status of reverse vending machines direct from their phones, before returning their bottles and cans for recycling. Currently available in New South Wales, Australia, the myTOMRA app now lets users check the operational status of their nearest reverse vending machine in real time. The myTOMRA app will ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Winchester-based college becomes first reverse-vending recycler

    Sparsholt College Hampshire, based in Winchester, has become the first organisation in the UK to take delivery of a reverse vending machine which rewards students who recycle with cash vouchers. For each plastic bottle and can recycled, the machine issues a voucher to the value of five pence which can then be redeemed at any college restaurant, bar or shop. Sparsholt College vice principal Steve ...

  • Scotland’s first recycling vending machine benefits bus users

    Cheaper bus travel is on offer to users of Scotland’s first reverse vendingrecycling scheme, launched by bus company Stagecoach and Aberdeenshire Council. Commuters can collect a Stagecoach green point for every drinks cans or plastic bottle they recycle using the machine. These points can be redeemed for discounted bus travel and other offers. A total of 50 green points entitles the holder to a ...

  • Dow water & process solutions unveils latest addition to dow filmtec reverse osmosis elements

    Dow Water & Process Solutions announces the next generation of  DOW FILMTEC reverse osmosis (RO) membrane components, offering best-in-class performance of water treatment for a wide range of commercial applications. The innovative DOW FILMTEC LC HR 4040 and DOW FILMTEC LC LE 4040 elements utilize advanced membrane chemistry to deliver high-quality water at low total cost of ownership. ...

  • TOMRA launches Wash & Waste for tidier recycling

    TOMRA Collection Solutions has launched the Wash & Waste, a sink and waste bin combined in a single unit in the style of TOMRA’s reverse vending machines. Reverse vending machines, often located at retailers, collect empty bottles and cans for reuse and recycling. With the introduction of the Wash & Waste,  ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA Collection Solutions in 2017

    In 2017, TOMRA’s reverse vending systems collected 35 billion used beverage containers for reuse and recycling – reducing industry reliance on raw materials for producing new bottles and cans, and ensuring fewer containers end up in landfills, streets and oceans. The number of recycling sessions at TOMRA installations totaled 1.65 billion, with consumers returning 21 containers on ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • PayPal to deliver secure, digital “Return and Earn” refunds

    Sydney, Australia - People who claim drink container refunds through the upcoming Return and Earn container deposit scheme can have the money deposited in their registered PayPal accounts from 1 December using their smartphones, NSW Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton announced today.  Return and Earn’s Network Operator TOMRA Cleanaway has partnered with online payments provider ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Return and Earn rolls out across New South Wales

    New South Wales, Australia: People returning eligible containers at reverse vending machines will have the option for an electronic transfer using PayPal, a cash refund or an in-store credit at a local retail partner and an option to donate it to selected charities. “This is just the start – the rollout will keep going. This will be great for local groups to raise money for their ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA Japan receives the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry 3R Prize

    In selecting TOMRA Japan for the prize, the 3R Promotion Council pointed to the new way in which both consumers and retailers engage in recycling using TOMRA reverse vending machines. It noted the use of advanced sensor technology in the machines to ensure high quality PET materials in the recycling loop, and the built-in compaction units that help increase storage capacity and reduce the ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA launches digital payout service for container deposit systems

    TOMRA Collection Solutions has launched a digital payout solution for regions that give refunds when consumers return bottles and cans for recycling. The myTOMRA solution has gone live in Australia in partnership with leading online payments provider, PayPal, for secure and fast digital payout of recycling refunds from TOMRA reverse vending machines. myTOMRA by ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA Makes Change celebrates one-year anniversary

    TOMRA, a leading manufacturer of reverse vending solutions for collecting and recycling cans and bottles, is celebrating the one year anniversary of its recycling loyalty program, TOMRA Makes Change. Through TOMRA Makes Change, the company has seen a significant increase in container redemption — members have recycled more than 30,000,000 ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA Collection leader: “We have never seen as many opportunities as we do now”

    We met a leader with clear thoughts on the company’s path, and – with over 13 years’ experience in the TOMRA Collection Solutions business unit – Harald Henriksen is highly focused on the company’s long-term strategy and initiatives toward new technologies. The reverse vending giant – which was started by entrepreneur brothers Tore and Petter Planke – ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • The Cleanest Loop

    Beverage containers recycled through reverse vending machines are collected and sorted without contamination from other types of waste. This ensures that they can be recycled into new bottles and cans again and again. This is a process we call the Cleanest Loop. Every year, about 1.4 trillion cans and bottles are used worldwide. While some of these containers are recycled, too many of ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA Makes Change reaches 50,000 member milestone

    A milestone 50,000 people are now getting rewarded for their recycling through loyalty program TOMRA Makes Change. Launched in September 2016 by TOMRA, the leading provider of reverse vending solutions, the program incentivizes people to return their bottles and cans. The company ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Iceland trials plastic bottle return scheme

    Iceland has become the first UK supermarket to install a ‘reverse vending machine’ for customers wishing to recycle their plastic bottles in exchange for cash vouchers. The move is a show of support for the government’s recently announced plans for a deposit return scheme across ...

  • TOMRA Launches TOM, a waste compaction system for public spaces

    TOMRA Collection Solutions, a unit of TOMRA North America, today announced the release of TOM, new waste system for public spaces that is a trash receptacle and compactor in one. TOM – which takes up about as much space as an ordinary trash bin – can hold up to seven times more waste than the conventional bin, and is idea for use in cafés, restaurants, transportation hubs, ...


    By Tomra Systems ASA

  • TOMRA Cleanaway JV announces Woolworths as first retail partner to help support the delivery of NSW Government sustainability initiative

    TOMRA Cleanaway, the NSW State Government-appointed Network Operator of the new Return and Earn Container Deposit Scheme (CDS), today announced that leading Australian supermarket Woolworths will be the first retail refund partner when the program launches on December 1st, 2017. Under the CDS, consumers will be able to return ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TOMRA and Cleanaway partnership appointed as network operator for New South Wales container deposit scheme

    Global sensor-based solutions provider TOMRA, and Australian waste management company Cleanaway, have been appointed as the network operator for a new container deposit scheme in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. NSW environment minister Gabrielle Upton announced the new scheme, which will see approximately 800 reverse vending machines installed across the state, contributing to its litter ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

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