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TOMRA’S FRANK VAN DE WINKEL TO PARTICIPATE IN HARBOR ALUMINUM SUMMIT MARKET OUTLOOK PANEL

TOMRA Sorting Recycling also set to preview its latest aluminum sorting technologies available to the market in TOMRA summit exhibit

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING LAUNCHES INNOSORT FLAKE FEATURING DUAL-SENSOR SORTING CAPABILITY

TOMRA Sorting Recycling extends its offering of high-precision flake sorting solutions with the innovative INNOSORT FLAKE sensor-based solution that combines color and material sorting, reliably removing PVC, metals and opaque flakes. It is the ideal all-in-one sorting solution for plastic recovery facilities, which ensures constant and high-quality output as well as high throughput - at attractive conditions.

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING LAUNCHES TOMRA INSIGHT, A POWERFUL CLOUD-BASED DATA PLATFORM

Web-based data provides actionable information to improve efficiencies, reduce operating costs, and inform wider-reaching strategic decisions

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING INTRODUCES INNOSORT FLAKE AT PRS Europe 2019

TOMRA Sorting Recycling offers a full range of options to recycle plastics. Its flake sorting technologies upgrade throughput using a single machine while ensuring constant and high-quality output.

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING PUBLISHES E-BOOK ANALYSING THE VIABILITY OF USING 100% RECYCLED PLASTICS

Downloadable document shows that it is technically possible and economically worthwhile to produce goods from 100% recycled plastic.

IERC 2019 SORTING RECYCLING SPOTLIGHTS THE REMOVAL OF FLAME-RETARDANT PLASTICS FROM WEEE WASTE STREAMS

AUTOSORT and X-TRACT machines remove up to 98% of plastics containing BFRs

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING INTRODUCES AUTOSORT COLOR FOR SEPARATING GLASS FROM MSW

New technology recovers more glass for recycling, achieving purity rates greater than 95%

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING’S NEW E-BOOK ADDRESSES THE NEED TO IMPROVE DEINKING RECYCLING RATES

Downloadable e-book looks at the commercial and regulatory pressures on deinking and recycling paper and cardboard and introduces a new technology which reduces complexity and costs while increasing recovery rates

Could the Chinese National Sword inspire global recycling innovation?

The Chinese National Sword brings unprecedented restrictions on waste and metal imports to the country, but it also provides commercial opportunities in other markets. Here TOMRA Sorting Recycling sets out how global waste recycling businesses can capitalize on the changes.

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING INTRODUCES NEW SHARP EYE TECHNOLOGY FOR SEPARATING SINGLE-LAYER PET TRAYS FROM PET BOTTLES

New brand application, made possible by higher light intensity, will be a welcome breakthrough at a time when demand for plastic bottles and trays is growing internationally