Charity partnerships will also form an integral part of the TOMRA RVM network, just as it has in the Australian state of New South Wales, where over AUD $40 million in donations and handling fees have been raised for major charities, local charities, community groups and social causes.
“TOMRA’s worldwide expertise in container deposit scheme network delivery has demonstrated the significant value that our technology can deliver for charities and social enterprises – both financially and in relation to new employment opportunities. This is yet another component of delivering Victoria an outstanding scheme that will stand the test of time,” says Knutsen.
“TOMRA Collection Pacific is pleased with the announcement and involvement with the Victorian container deposit scheme that will deliver ‘Clean Loop Recycling’ in a new market in Australia.”
About TOMRA Collection:
TOMRA Collection provides reverse vending machines for Clean Loop Recycling, to transform society’s habits and keep valuable resources in a continuous loop of use and reuse. The company’s solutions collect aluminum, plastic and glass beverage containers to be continually reused and recycled back into new bottles and cans. With over 80,000 installations across more than 60 markets, TOMRA reverse vending machines capture over 45 billion used bottles and cans each year. This reduces reliance on raw materials, and ensures fewer containers end up in our streets, oceans and landfills. TOMRA’s reverse vending machines, digital solutions and service make recycling easy for the industry, system owners, retailers and consumers to contribute to a more sustainable planet. Visit our Reverse Vending pages on tomra.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
TOMRA Collection is a division of TOMRA Group. Today, TOMRA is leading the resource revolution to transform how the planet’s resources are obtained, used and reused to enable a world without waste. The company’s other business divisions comprise TOMRA Food and TOMRA Recycling. The Group employs approximately 5000 globally and is publicly listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.