The Beauty of Transformation

At TOMRA, transformation is at the heart of everything we do. We transform ideas and technology to create intelligent and pioneering tools. Through collaboration and partnership we turn complex challenges into valuable solutions, and transform companies into more profitable, sustainable businesses.

TOMRA highlights

TOMRA receives Norway

TOMRA named Norway’s Most Innovative Business 2022-23 by InnoMag

InnoMag, in collaboration with Computerworld, names the top 25 Norwegian companies that are best-in-class in innovation.

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TOMRA President and CEO Tove Andersen at the UN office in Vietnam

TOMRA CEO Tove Andersen participates in NPAP Plastic Talks panel

TOMRA was invited to the National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) Plastic Talks in Ha Noi, Vietnam. The company's CEO and President, Tove Andersen, took part in a panel discussion with industry representatives to discuss the UN's Global Plastic Treaty.

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Game-changing sorters are fighting the threat of toxic weeds in green vegetables

Toxic datura and nightshade weeds are more often harvested with crops such as green beans and baby leaf spinach, with the risk of getting into the final product. However, an advanced sorting technology is proving to be a game-changer. Jacob Hobbel, TOMRA Food’s Global Category Director for Vegetables & Fruits, explains how to mitigate this risk.

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Amed Tuwi, Application Developer - Deep Learning at TOMRA Recycling Sorting, and Alexandre Cliche, Quality Manager at NPP

NPP leverages TOMRA's deep learning technology to purify the production of rPET

Nord Pal Plast was the first to test a new deep learning application developed by TOMRA that enables the separation of clear and light blue transparent bottles from hard-to-detect white opaque bottles to create a clean PET bottle stream.

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Sensor-based sorting in lithium mining operations unlocking untapped potential

The global demand for lithium is soaring, driven by the growing adoption of electric vehicles and grid-scale lithium-ion batteries for energy storage. Some forecasts project the demand to reach as much as 1.5 million metric tons of lithium carbonate equivalent by 2025 – triple what it was in 2021 – and over 3 million tons by 2030.

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Our solutions

  • Collection Resource Hero

    Collection and reverse vending

    Transforming society's habits to keep valuable resources in a continuous loop of use and reuse.
    Reverse Vending
  • TOMRA Food Every Resource Counts


    Transforming global food production to maximize food safety and minimize food loss by making sure every resource counts.
  • Recycling PP

    Waste and metal recycling

    Transforming resource recovery through advanced waste and metals sorting that turns waste into value.
    Waste & metal recycling
  • Diamonds


    Transforming the way we process our essential natural resources to maximize recovery and minimize our ecological footprint.