Testing materials before investing in sorting technologies serve to reduce risk, validate process
TOMRA further strengthened its offering for the global wood sector by becoming the first in the world to use deep learning in wood recycling applications.
Innovative sensor-based sorting solutions from TOMRA have been installed at Mid UK Recycling’s new material recycling facility (MRF).
Gold Sponsor of Residuos Expo 2021: TOMRA advances the industry and has more than 7,400 sorting systems installed in more than 100 countries.
A look back at the legendary design and in-house software development of x-ray transmission (XRT) sensor technology for metals and mineral sorting
TOMRA new eBook, which shares transformational ideas for reducing plastic waste throughout the plastics value chain
E-book looks at the commercial and regulatory pressures on deinking and introduces a new technology which reduces complexity while increasing recovery rates
Today's Global Recycling Day reminds us of the impact recycling has and what can be done to sustain our resources.
On September 3-4, conference guests at TOMRA’s premises to focus on emerging practices to face and prepare for challenges in global waste management.
New brand application will be a welcome breakthrough at a time when demand for plastic bottles and trays is growing internationally
On today's World Water Day we shift focus on our oceans, which are a vital water source but increasingly affected by human action.
TOMRA opened its new flake sorting Test Center, where it will develop new solutions in PO and PET flake sortin, expanding its service offering.
TOMRA Recycling will soon celebrate the opening of a unique new test facility dedicated to the full plastic sorting segment next to its office in Italy
TOMRA will be one of only a few select exhibitors at this year’s summit and will highlight its latest sensor-based metal sorting technologies.
Machine connectivity delivers key production and service data to drive the strategic management process
Leading sensor-based sorting specialist, TOMRA, has confirmed its attendance at CARS 2021, which will take place from 29-30 September at the NAEC.
TOMRA is confident that aluminum recycling in Mexico will help different industries in the country to grow, mainly the automotive industry.
TOMRA has announced the installation of its new AUTOSORT™ in the Yachiyo Technical Center of EarthTechnica Co. Ltd, an authorized dealer of TOMRA.
TOMRA, global leader in resource sustainability, confirmed as the sponsor of the Circular Economy Theatre at RWM 2021.
TOMRA is celebrating its 10th anniversary in Brazil and therewith many achievements that have greatly contributed to the development of the market.
The SUPD is a wide-reaching piece of legislation which aims to address marine plastic pollution by reducing plastic consumption.
As a world leader in waste sorting solutions that enable a circular economy, TOMRA Recycling is hosting a free webinar “Maximizing plastic packaging recovery – how data upgrades plastics performance” on July 14, 4 pm CEST.
At WasteExpo 2021 TOMRA Recycling will exhibit and highlight the latest sorting innovations from the company’s new generation AUTOSORT™ sensor-based sorting system.
TOMRA Recycling, the global leading supplier of sensor-based sorting solutions, announces Ty Rhoad as the new Regional Director Americas.
Plastic and its derivatives, the recycling and handling of PET, like other waste, has become a real challenge for countries and their recycling companies.
On 20 May 2021, global leader in metal sorting technology, TOMRA Recycling held it first metals sorting webinar entitled ‘Aluminum sorting industry outlook – key sorting technologies, innovations and opportunities in a circular economy.’
At Chinaplas 2021 held in Shenzhen in mid-April this year, TOMRA’s booth was set up at Hall 6, A41 in the Recycling Tech Pavilion, where visitors could see its eye-catching booth at first glance upon entering the main entrance
The current global economy is based on a linear model of production and consumption, where raw materials are used to manufacture products, which are subsequently sold, used and finally discarded as waste; this continuous cycle has become unsustainable for the environment.
Tom Eng, SVP and Head of TOMRA Recycling, provides an overview of some of the recent changes in European and international waste legislation.