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18 June 2019

The war on plastic is underway, but we should view it as a resource, not waste

Managing Director for TOMRA Collection Solutions UK & Ireland, Truls Haug, discusses

07 June 2019

TOMRA joins new global alliance to end plastic waste

TOMRA has joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste, a new global not-for-profit organization which has committed $1.5 billion (€1.35 billion) towards solutions to eliminate plastic waste.

06 June 2019

TOMRA’s CEO discusses plastic waste solutions at World Circular Economy Forum

Plastic waste was top of the agenda at the prestigious World Circular Economy Forum this week. TOMRA’s President and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, presented at the invitation-only event and debated in a panel on solving the plastics waste crisis.

05 June 2019

World Environment Day 2019

By land and by sea, why the fight against plastic pollution is just as important on our own home turf

10 May 2019

Green Mining: Recovering Value Hidden in Waste Rock

In the face of climate change and its drastic consequences, monumental shifts in our everyday business activities are required. The mining industry, as a very large consumer of energy, is a prime example of an industry where much can be done to reduce its environmental footprint.

08 May 2019

TOMRA welcomes Scotland's landmark deposit return scheme

The Scottish Government’s announcement today that an ambitious and wide-ranging deposit return scheme (DRS) will be introduced has been hailed as “groundbreaking” by TOMRA.

26 April 2019

TOMRA XRT Technology recovers 1,758 carat diamond

TOMRA Sorting Mining is pleased to announce one of the largest diamonds in recorded history, an unbroken 1,758 carat stone, was recovered by TOMRA XRT sensor technology commissioned by Lucara Diamond Corp at its Karowe Mine in Botswana.

25 April 2019

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.

26 March 2019

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

07 March 2019

MEET THE TEAM

TOMRA strengthens presence in China

20 February 2019

TOMRA assists Norwegian government in its efforts to develop a national circular economy strategy

TOMRA President and CEO Stefan Ranstrand met with the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Torbjørn Røe Isaksen on February 11, 2019 to discuss issues relevant to the development of a national circular economy strategy. The meeting took place at the Romerike Avfallsforedling (ROAF) facility near Oslo, Norway - the world's first fully automated sorting facility for household waste.

31 January 2019

IERC 2019: TOMRA 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

24 January 2019

TOMRA CEO wins prestigious European business leaders award

TOMRA’s president and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, has achieved an international accolade in recognition of his leadership and corporate strategy.

23 January 2019

CHINESE SWORD AND ‘NO-DEAL’ BREXIT COULD CREATE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR UK WASTE INDUSTRY

As Brexit discussions intensify, the question remains: Can the UK domestically manage the 3.6 million tonnes of waste currently exported to the EU every year?

03 January 2019

A guide to closed-loop recycling

A staggering 1.4 trillion cans and bottles are used across the globe every year, but shockingly only 9% are being recycled. 14% are incinerated and an even larger proportion of the world’s plastic bottles and cans are going into our oceans, streets and landfills. 

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