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Case Studies

At TOMRA Sorting, we consider our customers as partners. Together, we plan, implement and optimize sorting systems to best suit their needs. Our constant quest for advancement leaves no stone unturned. These are some of their stories.

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Listed below are a number of case studies to show the many different problems which TOMRA Sorting has helped our customers overcoming. Our automatic sorting machines have been used all over the world, read some of our case studies to see how TOMRA Sorting can help you sort the value out of waste.

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10 September 2018


URBASER, the environmental management company with 128 plants in different Spanish cities, has automated two lines at the Las Dehesas Waste Treatment Centre through the incorporation of six AUTOSORT units. 
The facility, which receives over half the waste sent to Valdemingómez Technology Park, has optimised its packaging treatment process through the implementation of STADLER and TOMRA technology, supported by the experience of URBASER.

04 April 2018

TOMRA helps China's Jinlijia achieve high efficiency in its scrap-metal sorting operation

Jinlijia, located to the northwest of Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province, is a very large waste shredder and metal-scrap recycler. The efficiency of its sorting and recovery of non-ferrous metals, including stainless steel, was significantly enhanced by installing the FINDER system, from TOMRA Sorting Recycling.

12 February 2018

Montello S.p.A. and TOMRA: when excellence chooses excellence.

Montello S.p.A., based near Bergamo, Italy, uses the latest sensor-based technology of 40 TOMRA machines to give a new lease of life to tonnes of post-consumer plastic arriving from Lombardy.

24 April 2017

Centro Rottami, Italy

Aluminum recycling is particularly important for the Italian economy, which has historically been lacking in raw materials – The showcase of Centro Rottami.

24 April 2017

Aurubis, Lünen, Germany

Proven partnership in electronic scrap processing with Aurubis´ recycling center in Lünen, Germany

30 November 2016

DEDISA, Chania, Greece

High-innovative and crucial investment added great value for Chania, Greece.

20 September 2016

DAREH-Ép, Hungary

Hungarian city Békéscsaba makes a giant leap into recycling with an advanced sorting plant.

13 July 2016

SUEZ Regene Atlantique, France

SUEZ Regene Atlantique is a French plant owned by the SUEZ group which specializes in the recovery and recycling of PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles. 

30 June 2016

Milton Keynes, UK

Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park: putting Circular Economy thinking into practice

31 May 2016

ROAF, Norway

The world´s first fully automated sorting plant for MSW

02 May 2016

Granada Eco-Center: technology at the service of efficient material recovery

Granada Eco-Center, in Alhendin (Granada), with a nominal capacity of 450,000 tons per annum, is totally automated and is one of the leading facilities in waste recycling at the national level, and had a 10.8% waste recovery rate on inputs last year.

02 February 2016

MERC - Metropolitan Electronics Recycling Center, South Korea

A better value product by replacing DMS by sensor-based sorting – Separating WEEE in South Korea

05 January 2016

Sorting and Recycling Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in Xiamen City, China

TOMRA Sorting Recycling is playing a pivotal role in the implementation of automatic sorting at the MSW plant in Xiamen

09 November 2015

Atelier Fouesnantais, France

TOMRA demonstrated viability of sorting graphic paper - A French case.

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