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TOMRA and STADLER deliver the world’s first fully automated textile sorting plant in Malmö, Sweden

TOMRA and STADLER delivered the fully automated sorting plant for Sysav Industri AB, which sorts pre- and post-consumer mixed textile waste in southern Skåne, in Sweden. Four of TOMRA’s AUTOSORT® units are an integral part of the plant built and designed by STADLER. The plant is part of the Swedish Innovation Platform for Textile Sorting (SIPTex) government-funded project, which aims to develop a sorting solution tailored to the needs of textile recyclers and the garment industry.

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Automation Triples Processing Capacity

Premier Surplus automates E-waste processing with TOMRA AUTOSORT® FINES to take efficiencies to the next level

TOMRA Care: technology and customized technical service, an unbeatable offer

The ever-expanding recycling sector is becoming increasingly demanding. TOMRA Sorting Recycling is aware of this situation and responds to it with cutting-edge technologies. However, even the most sophistacted technologies can’t go without excellent serivce. It is necessary to offer an integrated and 360° solution that covers all phases of the business: from pre-sale to installation to after-sale.

TOMRA Sorting Recycling and STADLER UK Limited chosen as technology providers for Viridor’s £15.4m Masons MRF transformation

In 2019, STADLER UK Limited was appointed by Viridor as one of two main contract partners for the £15.4m upgrade of its Masons Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) near Ipswich, modernising the facility as part of a ten-year Viridor-Suffolk County Council contract renewal. Viridor runs the MRF on behalf of the Suffolk Waste Partnership.

TOMRA to Present Sorting Advancements at Upcoming Americas Thermoform Recycling & Food Contact Recycled Packaging Event

Carlos Manchado Atienza to cover latest technologies making it possible to create a cleaner PET thermoformed product for tray-to-tray recycling

The bottle-to-bottle way I go

I'm a little teapot, short and stout – well, actually, I am a PET bottle, not a teapot at all. I was used for iced tea, however. Now that my owner finished with me, how will my life go on? Will they just leave me on the picknick table in the park? Toss me into the bin after a run? Let me float on the duck pond until I inevitably end up on the other side of the shore where I will be swallowed by weeds, never decaying? Or will they take me to the store and recycle me, so that I may end up with you?

TOMRA’s latest generation AUTOSORT® boosts plant capacity and purity levels of recovered paper fractions for German paper sorting plant

Having worked together for more than 20 years, the partnership between TOMRA Sorting Recycling and leading German recycling company, Koppitz Entsorgungs-GmbH, has reached a new milestone. Following the installation of seven of TOMRA’s recently launched latest generation AUTOSORT® units at its paper sorting plant in Knetzgau, Germany, Koppitz has not only increased the plant’s capacity, but is also achieving higher purity levels of recovered paper fractions than ever before.


Innovative solutions that revolutionize the recovery of resources through sensor-based sorting have always been at the forefront of TOMRA Sorting GmbH. As an industry leader for more than 40 years, TOMRA is transforming the ways the world collects, manages and reuses resources to make the planet more sustainable.

TOMRA Sorting Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Japan

Anniversary marked with tripling of sales in 10 years