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05 April 2018
Experts discuss recycling of plastics, electronics and automobiles around the world!
Europe’s most advanced waste processing facilities
So much to see: Visit TOMRA at IFAT 2018
TOMRA awarded large-scale contract in Australia
Superior to NIR technology, for higher purity levels
Extracting greater value from end-of-life vehicles
14 December 2017
TOMRA’s conference hosted international experts
New solution for separating single-layer PET trays from PET bottles
Meet our Regional Director Americas, Carlos Manchado Atienza: Team Leader, solution provider and passionate about creating a more sustainable world.
...how extensively TOMRA Sorting’s machines are tested and installed?
TIRME updates recycling plant with four new AUTOSORTs
AUTOSORT BLACK launches soon
06 December 2017
A strong ALUMINUM USA convention in Nashville, TN, on October 25 and 26, 2017, saw a 13% surge in attendance over the previous show. Eric Thurston, sales manager metals – recycling, and Frank van de Winkel, business development manager metals, met with hundreds of attendees, including representatives from the major automakers, to discuss TOMRA Sorting Recycling’s latest sensor sorting technology.
19 September 2017
TOMRA Sorting Recycling launches AUTOSORT LASER to increase efficiency
Laser focus on reducing landfill waste: how new automated sorting technologies can boost high-quality glass recovery and cut costs for MSW operators - Remondis, Erfstadt, Germany.