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24 May 2018

TOMRA named winner in final of the European Business Awards 2017/18

TOMRA has been named Winner of The Business of the Year Award with Turnover of €150m or higher in the Grand Final of this year’s European Business Awards at an awards ceremony held in Warsaw, Poland on May 23, 2018.

18 May 2018

"Trashion" statement: Mermaid wears littered drink containers to reveal impact of ocean pollution

Art activist trashes environmentalist/model in a dress made entirely of bottles and cans washed up on Australian beaches, to spotlight marine pollution and the importance of recycling.

15 May 2018

TOMRA in final round of Europe's biggest business competition

TOMRA, headquartered in Asker, Norway, is hoping to be named a winner at the Grand Final of the European Business Awards on 22 and 23 May in Warsaw, Poland.

14 May 2018

TOMRA supports pioneering all-female ocean plastic science research mission "eXXpedition" as Title Sponsor

TOMRA will support eXXpedition’s North Pacific 2018 sailing voyage focusing on microplastic pollution, and links to environmental and human health (June 23rd - July 28th). 

08 May 2018

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04 May 2018

The future of the sea? How the ocean economy can fight plastic pollution

Ocean plastic pollution could triple in a decade without action by the ocean economy. TOMRA CEO Stefan Ranstrand responds to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of the Sea report and explains how container deposit schemes and sensor-based recycling sorting could provide a solution.

24 April 2018

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20 April 2018

Beverage Containers are #1 Recycled Packaging and Reverse Vending Machines are Leading Choice for Recycling, TOMRA Recycling Survey Reveals

New survey findings reveal fascinating insights about consumer attitudes toward recycling. TOMRA has released findings from its first Recycling Trends and Insights Survey, conducted by Qualtrics. 

20 April 2018

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING INTRODUCES NEW SHARP EYE TECHNOLOGY FOR SEPARATING SINGLE-LAYER PET TRAYS FROM PET BOTTLES   

New brand application, made possible by higher light intensity, will be a welcome breakthrough at a time when demand for plastic bottles and trays is growing internationally

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