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TOMRA Recycling celebrates its 10th anniversary in the Brazilian market with its eyes firmly fixed on the future

TOMRA Recycling, a global leader in the manufacture of sensor-based sorting systems, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in the Brazilian market. and therewith many achievements that have greatly contributed to the development of the local market. At the same time we are looking forward to the future and expect a additional market growth, bringing us a lot of opportunities to equip even more recycling plants with our machines.

TOMRA Recycling’s X-TRACT dramatically improves productivity of industrial waste disposers

TOMRA contributes to the circular economy by turning industrial waste into high-quality woodchip recyclates

La Charente relies on TOMRA technologies for sorting cardboard and packaging waste from its region

Paris, June 18, 2021 - TOMRA Recycling has supplied Calitom, the public waste management body in Charente, with optical sorting machines and ongoing support since 2015. Its recycling factory uses 7 AUTOSORT® optical sorters to sort 40,000 tonnes/per annum of recoverable material from recyclable packaging and paper/cardboard. The facility has doubled its capacities since it opened its doors in 2015 and is constantly adapting its technological tools to the developments in incoming waste flows.

EU Single-Use Plastics Directive paves the way for a more progressive and circular model for plastics recycling

Tom Eng, Senior Vice President and Head of TOMRA Recycling, sets out the core components of the EU Single-Use Plastics Directive and highlights the role that sensor-based sorting can play in the shift towards a more circular economy for plastics.  

TOMRA Recycling hosts webinar on data-driven recovery of plastics packaging

As a world leader in waste sorting solutions that enable a circular economy, TOMRA Recycling is hosting a free webinar “Maximizing plastic packaging recovery – how data upgrades plastics performance” on July 14, 4 pm CEST.

TOMRA Care: the best technological ally with a high-end service

The last year represented great challenges that require constant improvements; the recycling sector has not been indifferent to this change, hence, the need for cutting-edge innovation to optimize all activities and keep operations running in times of increasing waste volumes, is unquestionable.

TOMRA Recycling to exhibit latest updates to the new generation AUTOSORT® and deliver a sustainability talk on recycling

At WasteExpo 2021, June 28-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, TOMRA Recycling will exhibit and highlight the latest sorting innovations from the company’s new generation AUTOSORT® sensor-based sorting system. As a sponsoring partner of the Sustainability Talks event co-located with WasteExpo, TOMRA will also deliver a presentation on June 30, focusing on recycling’s role in offering ideas and solutions to advance the circular economy.

TOMRA Recycling and MASOTINA: highly targeted plastic sorting boosts recycling volumes and purity

Based in Corsico in the Lombardy Region of Italy, MASOTINA S.p.A. operates one of Europe’s largest materials recovery facilities (MRFs) for the separation and recovery of plastic from municipal waste. The company uses 32 AUTOSORT® machines supplied by global sensor-based sorting specialist, TOMRA Recycling, to sort and recover high volumes of plastics primarily from single stream household waste collections, as well as some commercial waste. Thanks to the latest generation of TOMRA’s technology, MASOTINA is today reaping the benefits of ‘tailor-made’ plastic sorting solutions.

Ty Rhoad Named New Regional Director Americas for TOMRA Recycling

TOMRA Recycling, the global leading supplier of sensor-based sorting solutions, announces Ty Rhoad as the new Regional Director Americas, taking over for Carlos Manchado Atienza. Offering significant operations and sales experience, Rhoad will lead the sales, service and project management teams in North and South America. He will also engage in business development activities for the company’s optical sorting solutions, helping customers to meet target purity and throughput goals by offering tailor-made solutions across numerous industries, including waste, plastics and metals.

Sorting technology to cope with the increase of the nation's waste – TOMRA explains.

Its presence has persisted for years, centuries, even millennia according to some experts; it not only pollutes but also kills animals and plants, dirties and saturates any habitat, it has become an uncomfortable companion but one on which we also depend. It began to be manufactured in the thirties of the last century and from the fifties onwards it was mass-produced. We are referring to plastic and its derivatives, the recycling and handling of PET (Polyethylenterephthalat), like other waste, has become a real challenge for countries and their recycling companies.