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18 February 2019
TOMRA has launched a new world class beverage Recycling Center in Granville, the first of its kind in New South Wales, Australia. Due to the high volume of containers being returned at the scheme’s top performing RVM in Granville, the Sydney suburb has been chosen as the location for New South Wales’ first state-of the-art TOMRA Recycling Center.
08 February 2019
There has been a seismic shift in public attitudes to waste and recycling recently, and policymakers have been implementing ambitious targets and new regulation all over the world. The European Union is no exception, having announced a series of new laws that will undoubtedly change the way EU Member States recycle and view waste in the future.
23 January 2019
As Brexit discussions intensify, the question remains: can the UK domestically manage the 3.6 million tons of waste currently exported to the EU every year?
03 January 2019
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.
05 December 2018
Almost exactly one year after its launch date, Return and Earn can celebrate the collection of its one billionth container.
27 November 2018
TOMRA appeared at the 2018 Scottish Grocers' Federation Conference to discuss the opportunities of deposit return schemes for UK retailers.
01 November 2018
Queenslanders can now return their containers for a 10c refund at any of TOMRA’s 10 recycling centres in Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
TOMRA Collection Solutions has become the first reverse vending provider to offer digital vouchers as a payout option for container deposit schemes, where consumers receive refunds when they return their empty bottles and cans for recycling at a reverse vending machine.
05 October 2018
New South Wales, Australia - Do you know a local sporting club, school, community groups or not for profit looking for a new and easy way to fundraise? If so, Return and Earn reverse vending machines could be the answer!
26 September 2018
TOMRA, a leading provider of technology for enhancing resource productivity, is preparing for unprecedented predicted growth by hiring 1000-2000 new employees globally over a five-year period. These positions will be spread across both sides of the company, TOMRA Collection Solutions and TOMRA Sorting Solutions.
04 September 2018
Global sensor-based solutions provider and reverse vending leader TOMRA will run 10 container refund points for a new container deposit scheme in the Australian state of Queensland.
20 August 2018
Around the world, demand is growing for countries to increase their recycling rates for bottles and cans, as a means to fight litter and ocean plastic and conserve scarce resources. To meet this challenge, many regions are considering container deposit schemes, which see up to almost 100% of all drink containers returned for recycling. Learn more about what container deposit schemes are and how they work.
30 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the final week of the eXXpedition voyage's first leg, as the crew discusses solutions to marine litter and approaches land at last.
15 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the second week of the eXXpedition voyage, as the crew measures marine litter in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
06 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the first week of the eXXpedition voyage as they set sail for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.