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  • 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 ...

  • Cawleys pioneer automated sorting of commercial & industrial waste

    Joint venture company OKLM Recycling Technology Limited was appointed by Cawleys to design, build and install the new multi-million pound sorting facility to process 30 tonnes an hour of C&I waste at their Luton site. Background Cawleys is a family-owned and operated waste management company dedicated to recycling and diverting waste away from landfill. It constructed its first Waste ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Greeks install waste sorting machines in Cyprus

    The Greek waste management company Helector has installed 12 automated waste sorting machines from industry leader TITECH at its new plant in Larnaca in Cyprus. The plant, which is believed to be the most modern municipal solid waste (MSW) plant in the world, was constructed by German plant manufacturer Eggersmann. Because of TITECH’s sensor-based sorting systems the plant is able to sort ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • European households encouraged to sort more recyclable waste

    Governments need to take account of the effort householders need to make to sort recyclable waste into distinct streams, such as paper, glass and organic waste, when designing waste management policies. New research suggests that when householders have the option to dump mixed waste, deposit-refund systems may be the most effective way of encouraging recycling. Using the Netherlands as a case ...

  • 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.

  • Sorting of gift wraps and cardboard boxes

    Short before Christmas, somehow everybody is kind of specialist for paper and packaging material. At home, this theme is finished latest on Christmas Day. In your plant however, you have to cope with this material all the year round, every day. High requirements are put on your work. But there is no need to feel stressed! BRT sorting systems help you to face even the post-Christmas extra quantity ...


  • 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.

  • Green Mountain College to Adopt Casella Waste System`s Zero-Sort® Recycling Program and Power of Three™ Closed Loop Recycling System

     Green Mountain College, located in Poultney, Vermont, reaffirmed its commitment to being a leader in sustainability by joining Casella Waste Systems Power of Three™ closed loop recycling initiative.  The Power of Three is Casella's newest solution for its customers who are intent on bringing a new meaning to the term "zero-waste."  The Power of Three is premised off of ...

  • White paper: Cooling electrical panels in waste water treatment applications

    Over the past few decades, the use of sophisticated electronics for automation and process controls as well as transformers, VFDs and PLCs have become commonplace in NEMA enclosures. The thermal management and related costs of these electronic enclosures has become very important considerations in managing these valuable assets. NEMA cabinets are used for protection from the harsh environments ...


    By Noren Products

  • UK paper recycling increases 7.5%

    The UK Confederation of Paper Industry (CPI) has analysed paper mill raw material usage and HM Revenue and Customs (HM R&C) trade data which shows solid progress through 2007 in the recovery of used paper products from the waste stream for recycling. The data suggests that just over 8.7 million tonnes of recovered paper was either used in the UK (46%, 4.05 million tonnes), or exported for ...

  • TITECH sorting systems specified at world`s most modern MSW plant in Cyprus

    Greek waste management company Helector S.A.. has installed 12 automated waste sorting machines from industry leader TITECH at its new plant in Larnaca, Cyprus. Believed to be the most modern municipal solid waste (MSW) plant in the world, it was constructed by German plant manufacturer Eggersmann. Thanks to TITECH’s sensor-based sorting systems the plant is able to sort 40 tonnes of waste ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • 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.

  • TITECH announces partnership with Austin AI to deliver automated EDXRF sorting

    Sensor-based sorting systems provider TITECH has announced a partnership today (October 27) with Austin AI, a US-based manufacturer of Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometric equipment. The partnership sees Austin AI’s EDXRF technology incorporated into TITECH’s world class sorting systems to provide unsurpassed levels of recycling for metals, plastics, ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • TITECH announces partnership with Austin AI to deliver automated EDXRF sorting capability

    Sensor-based sorting systems provider TITECH has announced a partnership today (October 27) with Austin AI, a US-based manufacturer of Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometric equipment. The partnership sees Austin AI’s EDXRF technology incorporated into TITECH’s world class sorting systems to provide unsurpassed levels of recycling for metals, plastics, paper, glass ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • UK paper recycling meets government targets

    Paper recycling in the UK achieves tremendous carbon savings, and it is good to see this reflected in the recent Defra press release on packaging waste recycling targets. The paper industry has already exceeded the proposed targets to 2010 and those in the recent consultation up to 2012. The proposed increases to the targets for UK packaging recycling and recovery suggested by Defra will do ...

  • TOMRA Sorting set to share its expertise at RWM 2013

    TOMRA Sorting will return to the NEC this September to take part in the biggest event in the UK’s recycling calendar, RWM 2013 (10 – 12 September, NEC Birmingham).  TOMRA Sorting will highlight the very latest innovations in sensor-based sorting technology and share industry-leading expertise on commercial and industrial (C&I) waste management. Visitors ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • 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.

  • BRT supplies proven system under the name of SORT-O-MAT Ballistic Separator.

    Material sorting based on ballistic separation is applicable for the most different kinds of waste. This separation method is as simple as precise.   ...


  • 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.

  • Step change in sensor-based sorting revealed as next generation TITECH autosort 4 launched at IFAT Entsorga System features innovative new FLYING BEAM® technology

    TITECH has revealed a major leap forward in sensor-based sorting systems by launching the next generation TITECH autosort 4 at IFAT ENTSORGA in Munich. The most energy efficient and maintenance-friendly system available, TITECH autosort 4 is the first near-infrared (NIR) scan system not to require an external light source. Instead, it incorporates groundbreaking FLYING BEAM® technology, which ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

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