Aug 6, 2020 9:30:00 AM
Recycling plant operators might be aware of this: Finding the right solution for your particular need is not always easy. In my case, my plant required a new and effective machine to sort plastic bottles, separating PET bottles from other materials and colored PET before they can be shredded and sorted once more. My old equipment, consisting of machines I bought ten years ago, did not seem to be suitable for my facility's needs anymore, its outcome was often imprecise and its maintenance was time-consuming and thus costly. But how could I find a tailored solution among all the new machines and the modern, high-end technology? At this point, I contacted TOMRA Sorting Recycling, inquiring on a new sorting solution to meet my needs – and was invited to have my materials tested at the TOMRA Test Center. But let me tell the whole story!
Jul 29, 2020 4:08:19 PM
Martin Song, Area Sales Manager Korea at TOMRA Sorting, explores the challenges associated with recovering high volumes of high purity materials from end-of-life vehicles (ELVs), and considers how South Korea could learn from European best practice in this field of recycling.
Jul 14, 2020 10:48:02 AM
Demand for aluminium has risen steadily over recent years and is predicted to increase further over the next two decades, with both the European car industry and construction industry likely to remain major end users of this highly versatile metal.
Jun 23, 2020 8:30:00 AM
We all know the issues when it comes to plastic waste. Now more than ever, emphasis is being placed on handling this resource in a responsible, sustainable manner to make sure it can be reused. Plus, with new regulations being introduced around the recycled content within plastic bottles in particular, a new approach to recycling is imperative.
Jun 9, 2020 3:00:00 PM
Today marked the global launch of TOMRA Sorting Recycling’s latest advanced sorting solutions to meet demand for faster, more efficient and smarter material sorting – both now and in the future. Under the theme of ‘Symphony of all Sorts’, TOMRA Sorting Recycling formally launched two brand new products – TOMRA’s new generation technology AUTOSORT® and AUTOSORT® SPEEDAIR, and also outlined plans for the forthcoming launch of a third new solution, AUTOSORT® CYBOT.
Jun 4, 2020 4:00:00 PM
You may know me as "terra", mother of all life. I am 4.6 billion years old, more than 12,700 kilometers in diameter and have a surface area of 510,100,000 square kilometers – of which 70 percent are water and 30 percent land. While there is more life on me than I can count, I inhabit over seven billion humans. As your Earth, it is my mission to protect not only you but all of life, from the tiniest bug to the largest whale in the ocean, from weeds to reefs. Unfortunately, some humans spoil the broth and while you might mean well, there is a reckless exploitation of resources, especially of non-renewable resources. It takes millions of years for fossil fuels such as gas or coal to form, and yet humans use them up like nothing else. Not to mention how deforestation harms not only animals but also humans and my resources, the entire atmosphere. That is why I am happy to talk about World Environment Day, which in 2020 focuses on biodiversity.
May 19, 2020 9:30:00 AM
TOMRA Sorting Recycling to hold its first live digital launch event under the motto "Symphony of all Sorts" on 9 June to present new complementary products that create a perfectly harmonized symphony for sorting all types of waste with high accuracy and sophistication.
Apr 28, 2020 8:30:00 AM
Groundbreaking innovation - TOMRA Sorting Recycling enables the production of Low Magnesium Twitch from Zorba
Global leader in sensor-based sorting systems, TOMRA Sorting Recycling, is renowned for spearheading technological developments and its latest innovation is no exception. TOMRA has further developed X-TRACT units for magnesium removal, a ground-breaking x-ray-based solution which can separate magnesium from aluminum in products such as Zorba and Twitch.
Apr 23, 2020 9:39:06 AM
A virus which was relatively unheard of until just recently is now wreaking havoc across populations and businesses. COVID-19 has called for new structures, new business continuity plans and new regulatory compliance - all in a very short space of time. TOMRA Sorting Recycling provides an insight into how it is managing the current situation.
Apr 14, 2020 6:23:35 PM
Plant design automation and technology advancements lead to increased purity rates, while requiring fewer manual sorters