Santa Barbara County’s Resource Center efficiently sorts both MSW and single stream using the same circuit with TOMRA AUTOSORT™ units to successfully reduce landfilling
TOMRA and Reciclar S.A. collaborate to advance a circular economy for plastics in Latin America. The Argentinian plant, with a surface area of more than 22,000 m2, features the latest generation of TOMRA Recycling Sorting equipment.
Alutrade, the UK’s largest independent aluminum recycling company and extrusion specialist, is the first company in the world to reap the benefits of the sophisticated new sensor-based sorting solution.
TOMRA’s optical sorters maximizes recovery rates for ROAF, a fully automated Municipal Solid Waste sorting plant.
A partnership between TOMRA and Swancote Energy has resulted in the first application of optical sorting technology in an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facility in the UK.
DGrade opened its first sorting facility situated in Abu Dhabi to produce high-quality recycled plastic content for the industries with the help of TOMRA’s AUTOSORT™ and AUTOSORT™ FLAKE.
Asahi Koseki, the first company in Japan to introduce the new AUTOSORT® unit, now reaping the benefits of increased productivity and improved operations.
PENYAPSAN, a packaging waste sorting facility situated in Pendik Municipality, continues its operations with high efficiency thanks to TOMRA's after-sales services.
BariQ for Techno and Advanced Industries celebrates the signing for constructing a new PET bottle-to-bottle recycling plant that will feature the latest plastic sorting systems from TOMRA Recycling in Giza Governorate, Egypt.
A multimillion-pound plant refurb and investment in new equipment from TOMRA Recycling has helped boost material recovery rates and more than doubled capacity at Cireco’s state-of-the-art MRF in Dunfermline, Fife, on Scotland’s east coast.
RELUX uses TOMRA's X-TRACT equipped with the latest battery sorting technology, enabling a successful recovery and recycling of different battery types.
TOMRA and a Norwegian waste sorting plant have demonstrated that mixed waste sorting prior to disposal is a superior solution to separate collection.
Leading waste management company, Biffa, has invested in the very latest in sensor-based sorting technology from TOMRA as part of an equipment upgrade.
In the province of Latina, a scrap recycler supplies a nearby foundry with recycled aluminum that has been sorted by TOMRA’s machines to produce a green billet with 85% recycled content.
Interecycling, S.A., a Portuguese company associated to the Marcovil - Metalomecânica de Viseu, S.A. Group, relies on TOMRA Recycling for its new line of separation of metals and plastics.
Contributing to the circular economy by enabling the recycling of high-quality woodchips and other valuable secondary resources from industrial waste
TOMRA Recycling has supplied Calitom, the public waste management body in Charente, with optical sorting machines and ongoing support since 2015.
Thanks to the latest generation of TOMRA’s technology, MASOTINA is today reaping the benefits of ‘tailor-made’ plastic sorting solutions.
Supported by TOMRA’s advanced sorting machines the expansion of line 2 in Indorama Ventures EcoMex was concluded this year.
PNW Metal Recycling Inc. makes new products, quadruples Zorba product offering with new WENDT-TOMRA ASR processing plant
Premier Surplus automates E-waste processing with TOMRA AUTOSORT® FINES to take efficiencies to the next level.
TOMRA and STADLER delivered the fully automated sorting plant for Sysav Industri AB, which sorts pre- and post-consumer mixed textile waste, in Sweden.
STADLER and TOMRA worked in close collaboration from the earliest stages of the tender enquiry to ensure plant and equipment met Viridor’s requirements.
TOMRA innovative sensor-based sorting solutions are operating in the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Treatment Center at EcoParque Pernambuco.
Having worked together for more than 20 years, the partnership between TOMRA Sorting Recycling and leading German recycling company, Koppitz Entsorgungs-GmbH, has reached a new milestone.
In the Netherlands, on the banks of the river Rhine, Wellman International uses digital sorting data from our TOMRA Insight dashboard to optimize their sorting process and to improve the recyclability of packaging.
Some leading recycling companies in China are already seizing new opportunities and upgrading their recycling facility to embrace these new opportunities. Tokzin, a sorting plant producing high-quality PET flakes, proves that investment pays off.
Luhai, an integrated waste management company located in Xiamen, China, turns waste into high-value products since 2000.
Burkasan uses TOMRA in its new plastic recycling plant: equipped with AUTOSORT® and AUTOSORT® FLAKE is capable of sorting 5 tons of waste per hour.
Cutting-edge sensor-based sorting technology from TOMRA has been deployed to boost paper recovery at Ireland’s largest household recycling facility.
URBASER, the environmental management company with 128 plants in different Spanish cities, has automated two lines at the Las Dehesas Waste Treatment Centre through the incorporation of six AUTOSORT units.
The efficiency of Jinlijia's sorting and recovery of non-ferrous metals, including stainless steel, was significantly enhanced by installing the FINDER.
Montello S.p.A. uses the latest sensor-based technology of 40 TOMRA machines to give a new lease of life to tonnes of post-consumer plastic.
In 2008, Aurubis AG, headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, became the first company to implement TOMRA Sorting’s comprehensive electronic scrap process – a recycling solution which has since been deployed in a variety of custom formats by a number of other recycling plants.
The DEDISA waste management plant is located in the prefecture of Chania, of the island of Crete, in the south of Greece and serves a population of 155 000 inhabitants, which represents around 25% of the island’s total population.
New system, equipped with 10 AUTOSORT units and one X-TRACT unit, enables Békéscsaba to process 120,000 tonnes of MSW waste a year.
SUEZ Regene Atlantique is a French plant owned by the SUEZ group which specializes in the recovery and recycling of PET bottles.
Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park is a world-class waste treatment facility, which aims to deal with black bag waste in a sustainable way.
Granada Eco-Center, in Alhendin (Granada), with a nominal capacity of 450,000 tons per annum, is totally automated and is one of the leading facilities in waste recycling at the national level, and had a 10.8% waste recovery rate on inputs last year.
A better value product by replacing DMS by sensor-based sorting – Separating WEEE in South Korea
TOMRA Sorting Recycling is playing a pivotal role in the implementation of automatic sorting at the MSW plant in Xiamen
Ecopark 4 in Hostalets de Pierola (Barcelona), part of the infrastructure of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB), uses ten of TOMRA Sorting Recycling's AUTOSORT optical separators, which currently recover 90% of sortable material.
TOMRA’s unique application for sorting graphic paper within the recovery of fibrous or flat material fractions for selective collections has now become a hot topic in France.
Balsamo Reciclagem upgraded its plant with the installation of the innovative AUTOSORT optical sorter.
The latest remodeling of the MSW Management Plant in Alcázar de San Juan (Ciudad Real, Spain) includes two new AUTOSORT 4 optical sorting units.
Griñó Ecologic has installed three AUTOSORT 4 sensor-based sorters at its packaging sorting plant in Montoliu de Lleida. The latest-generation equipment at the Montoliu plant is more compact, reliable, power-efficient and accurate.
Polymer fiber specialist Jin Yi Polyester Fiber installed nine TITECH autosort units to sort PET bottles and remove impurities in 2011 and 2013.
Even to the trained eye it is impossible to tell the difference between a clear PVC and PET flake, so when Evolve Polymers challenged TOMRA to sort the 'impossible' to a new level of purity, the foundations were laid for a partnership that would result in a world first for plastics sorting.
X-TRACT waste sorting system delivers benefits at La Rioja Eco-Park, Spain. It enables the Eco-Park to guarantee the minimum quality required in the product obtained and thereby increase the overall performance of the process.
TOMRA Recycling’s sensor-based sorting solutions have been chosen to upgrade the processing and quantity of recycled fractions at one of Europe’s most advanced materials recycling facilities (MRFs) in Northern Ireland.
MTB, a well-known recycler of non-ferrous metals, has recently expanded its plant with a Zero Waste Metal sorting line equipped with two TOMRA machines.