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  • Sunshine Groupe Invests in ZenRobotics’ Recycling Technology

    ZenRobotics Ltd. will deliver robotic recycling technology to Sunshine Groupe in Melbourne, Australia. The three-armed ZenRobotics Recycler unit (ZRR3) will be the first of its kind in Australia and it is expected to be fully operational in spring 2017. Sunshine Groupe, founded in 1926, is a family-owned business with recycling experience in five generations. With recent ...


    By ZenRobotics Ltd.

  • How TOMRA is helping to develop the Circular Economy

    TOMRA is very much looking forward to attending the PRS Plastics Recycling Show Europe, a Pan-European exhibition and conference for plastics recycling professionals. This key industry event, which has received strong support from the plastics recycling sector, will take place at RAI Amsterdam in The Netherlands on 29-30 March, 2017. ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • 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 (TITECH)

  • 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 (TITECH)

  • 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 (TITECH)

  • Magnets for waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines

    Goudsmit Magnetics recently constructed a new electromagnetic overbelt magnet for Langezaal BV of Haaksbergen. This is intended for optimization of the ferrous metal separation on an existing rubble crusher. Overbelt magnets of this type find their use in applications such as waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines and separation of undesired ferrous particles from the ...


    By Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV

  • TOMRA Sorting showcases metal sorting systems at CMRA Annual Convention, China

    With China’s need for ultra-efficient metal waste sorting growing rapidly, TOMRA Sorting exhibited its latest automated sorting systems at the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CMRA) Annual Convention. Held in Guangzhou from November 7-9, the convention is the country’s leading expo for the conservation and re-use of metals. TOMRA Sorting showcased its latest ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • The Masters ‘Sort Out’ BMW

    Master Magnets Ltd custom built and designed a swarf separator for one of the world’s largest car manufacturers. BMW had the problem of obtaining clean aluminium from left over swarf at their engine manufacturing plant at Castle Bromwich in the Midlands BMW. BMW had the problem of obtaining clean aluminium from left over swarf at their engine manufacturing plant at Castle Bromwich in the ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Innovative sorting of Aluminium and Zorba

    REDWAVE XRF new sorting possibillities for the aluminium recycling industry Introduction There are no limits set to the recycling of metals, they can be reused without limitation and to one hundred percent. Of course, metals have to be separated from non-metal impurities and different metals have to be sorted in pure fractions to be able to use them as secondary ...

  • 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 (TITECH)

  • 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 ...


  • Equal ejections help sort glass

    What is your product? Redwave's three-way sensor-based sorting machine for glass fines from 2mm. How does it work? The Redwave CX is for material 6-50mm and the CXF for fine material 2-12mm, Both machines are equipped with a completely reworked three-way system. By rearranging the valve units, the same high performance at the first and second eject ...

  • Tomra Sorting Recycling’s Automated Sorting Systems Play Vital Role At Msw Treatment Plant In Xiamen, China

    TOMRA Sorting Recycling’s advanced sensor-based technology is replacing manual sorting in China, enabling the recovery of higher yields and greater purity of valuable resources from municipal solid waste (MSW) streams. Advanced sensor-based waste sorting systems from TOMRA Sorting Recycling are playing a crucial role in the operation of the recently completed MSW treatment plant in the ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • Buenos Aires bottling company CABELMA is first to introduce innovative PET waste sorting system in South America

    Buenos Aires-based bottling and plastic container manufacturer CABELMA will be the first company in South America to benefit from a world-class sensor-based PET waste sorting system when it is installed at its new $23.5m recycling plant currently being constructed on the outskirts of its home city. Manufactured by TITECH Germany, the PET waste sorting system will enable Cabelma to recover ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • Casella Waste Systems Opens Its Fifth Zero-Sort(R) Recycling Facility

    Casella Waste Systems, Inc. will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at the company's newest Zero-Sort® facility located in Rutland, Vermont on Friday, November 18th, 2011 from 1:00-4:00 PM. Attending the ceremony, and making remarks on the occasion, will be Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin and Casella Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Casella. The media are invited to ...


    By Casella Waste Systems, Inc

  • The most efficient plastic sorting system › Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions

    The Appingedam-based company Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions and Daly Plastics, located in Zutphen, have completed the installation of the most efficient and professional industrial plastic sorting system in the Netherlands. The two companies pooled their expertise to create an innovative, modular and fully automatic recycling system. The capacity targets set for the system were exceeded by more ...

  • 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 ...

  • TOMRA Sorting Solutions opens Moscow Office

    TOMRA Sorting Solutions has further expanded its international presence by creating a subsidiary company in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and establishing a Moscow office. A leader in sensor-based sorting systems, the company staged the official opening of its newest location to coincide with WasteTech 2015. Held in the Russian capital May 26 – 28, WasteTech is a leading ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • TITECH Group rebrands as TOMRA Sorting Solutions

    TITECH Group, a global leader in sensor-based sorting, has rebranded as TOMRA Sorting Solutions. TOMRA Sorting Solutions unites three leading sensor-based sorting and processing technology brands: recycling specialists TITECH, mining specialists CommodasUltrasort, and specialists in ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

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