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35 billion used beverage containers are captured every year by our reverse vending machines.
Each year, TOMRA Collection Solutions products and services contribute to about 4 million tons in avoided CO2 emissions.
Check out our latest press releases, insights and blogs. With 82,000+ installations across 60+ markets, TOMRA reverse vending captures 35 billion drink containers every year for recycling.
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08 March 2018
On International Women’s Day, TOMRA Collection Solutions spotlights three women making waves on three continents and in three different fields across TOMRA: Silje Sandahl Näs, Geneviève Labelle and Joanne Fisher.
22 February 2018
Beverage containers recycled through reverse vending machines are collected and sorted without contamination from other types of waste. This ensures that they can be recycled into new bottles and cans again and again. This is a process we call the Cleanest Loop.
11 January 2018
As the calendar opens on a new year, TOMRA Collection Solutions takes a look at reverse vending by the numbers in 2017.
28 December 2017
As part of TOMRA’s 45th anniversary celebrations this year, we spoke to co-founders and brothers Tore and Petter Planke about the early history of the company. Check out our video interview with the TOMRA founders.
19 December 2017
The team shares their anecdotes from working at at TOMRA Collection Solutions. From across the globe and across teams, some have worked here for almost 40 years and some for just a few months – and here are their stories.
05 December 2017
TOMRA Collection Solutions has launched a digital payout solution for regions that give refunds when consumers return bottles and cans for recycling. The myTOMRA solution has gone live in Australia in partnership with leading online payments provider, PayPal, for secure and fast digital payout of recycling refunds from TOMRA reverse vending machines.
01 December 2017
People can cash in their eligible drink containers from today for a 10-cent refund as part of the State’s Return and Earn container deposit scheme, Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton has announced.
30 November 2017
The myTOMRA app has launched in preparation for the upcoming NSW Government’s Return and Earn container deposit scheme.
15 November 2017
U.S. residents agree – a combination of deposit and curbside recycling helps to limit the amount of material going into landfills. If you're curious to learn more about how the deposit system contributes to our communities, read on.
10 November 2017
Return and Earn’s Network Operator TOMRA Cleanaway has partnered with online payments provider PayPal in Australia to deliver convenient and secure payments from reverse vending machine collection points when the electronic payment option is selected.
08 November 2017
TOMRA's recycling loyalty program in the US sees rapid growth.
01 November 2017
TOMRA Japan yesterday received the 2017 Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry 3R Prize for pioneering the system of drink container collection at supermarkets and other retail locations using reverse vending machines.
24 October 2017
An experienced business leader has joined TOMRA, the global leader in sensor-based solutions for optimal resource productivity, as its new senior vice president and head of Collection Solutions Nordics.
12 October 2017
From starting a green movement almost single-handedly back in 1972, TOMRA today has a world-leading position in reverse vending solutions and recycling. We spoke with the head of TOMRA Collection Solutions, who has responsibility for the more than 75,000 reverse vending machines TOMRA has around the world.
09 October 2017
Sydney, Australia - TOMRA Cleanaway, the NSW State Government-appointed Network Operator of the new Return and Earn Container Deposit Scheme (CDS), today announced that leading Australian supermarket Woolworths will be the first retail refund partner when the program launches on December 1st, 2017.