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20 August 2018

How do container deposit schemes work? 

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 70% 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

Kristine's eXXpedition diary: The final week

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.

30 July 2018

TOMRA is now a proud sponsor of the Federation of European Mineral Programs

The Federation of European Mineral Programs (FEMP) organizes and coordinates business support for the European Mining, Minerals and Environmental Program (EMMEP) for students in Resource Engineering, Mining- and Geotechnical Engineering, Mineral Processing, Recycling and related academic studies.

15 July 2018

Kristine's eXXpedition Diary: Marine Litter Research

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

Could the Chinese National Sword inspire global recycling innovation?

The Chinese National Sword brings unprecedented restrictions on waste and metal imports to the country, but it also provides commercial opportunities in other markets. Here TOMRA Sorting Recycling sets out how global waste recycling businesses can capitalize on the changes.

06 July 2018

Kristine's eXXpedition Diary: The Voyage Begins

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.

25 June 2018

Hitting the seas: Beach Clean Day 2018

TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg joined a voyage along the south-western coastline of Norway to clean beaches and raise awareness of marine litter.

25 June 2018

All-women’s scientific research expedition sets sail across the North Pacific gyre investigating solutions to ocean plastic pollution

Today ‘eXXpedition North Pacific’, in collaboration with recycling innovators TOMRA, sets sail from Honolulu, Hawaii on a scientific research mission led by award-winning British skipper and ocean advocate Emily Penn to investigate solutions to the devastating impact of single-use plastic and toxics in the world’s oceans. 

15 June 2018

Taking a dive into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

This summer, TOMRA will be sailing with ocean plastic research mission eXXpedition, documenting marine litter in the North Pacific Ocean. eXXpedition will sail through the gyre of plastic pollution known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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