Tom Eng, senior vice president and head of TOMRA Recycling, said: “We continue to innovate and support our customers in achieving their business goals as well as those set by legislation. As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, we would like to recognize our customers and partners that made our long-standing success possible.” Digital transformation is at the heart of the company’s vision for the future with TOMRA Insight, a cloud-based data analysis platform with remote service capability. It offers recyclers a state-of-the-art approach to improve sorting performance and reduce operating costs.
TOMRA Recycling is a leading global supplier of sensor-based sorting solutions and connected digital services that transform waste into valuable secondary raw materials. The company has installed over 8,200 sorting units for waste and metal recycling in more than 100 countries worldwide. Designed and built to maximize recycling yields, TOMRA machines can be put to the test at any of its seven test centers worldwide.
Renown in the industry for outstanding performance and precision, TOMRA sorting systems help close the loop for metals, plastics, paper, packaging, glass and much more. With its newest generation AUTOSORT®, recyclable materials are effortlessly sorted from even the most complex mixed waste streams. The multifunctional sorting system has made an evolutionary jump over the years with its complementary technologies, giving recyclers more operational flexibility to meet the demands of a dynamic marketplace. https://www.tomra.com/en/solutions/waste-metal-recycling
Sensor-based sorting technology plays a significant role in enabling a world without waste, diverting valuable resources from incineration or landfills. With sorting systems that redefine machine capability and set new standards in performance, TOMRA Recycling is a trusted leader in the industry. The company’s in-house team of sorting experts, mechanical engineers, application specialists and software developers aim to provide even more advanced solutions in the future to mitigate the world’s resource crisis.
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