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07 December 2015
TOMRA Sorting Recycling revealed their new AUTOSORT FLAKE featuring simultaneous triple-sorting capability under www.upgrade-your-flake.com on 7 December 2015.
21 October 2015
Ecopark 4 in Hostalets de Pierola (Barcelona), part of the infrastructure of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB), uses ten of TOMRA Sorting Recycling's AUTOSORT optical separators, which currently recover 90% of sortable material. This fully automated plant has three treatment streams which process around 300,000 tons annually.
09 October 2015
Local authorities attended the event along with several company directors and a large group of specialized journalists.
24 August 2015
REFLEX project is a Runner-Up in Sustainability Awards 2015
Aimed at greatly improving the recyclability of flexible packaging and diverting more of it from landfill, the REFLEX project has taken a runner-up place in the inaugural Sustainability Awards 2015, run by Packaging Europe magazine.
23 August 2015
TOMRA’s Common User Interface (CUI) received this year´s International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) at a gala ceremony in Seattle, US, on the 22nd August.
23 July 2015
TOMRA Sorting Recycling launches new customer care initiative
TOMRA Sorting Recycling has launched a new integrated range of support services to deliver enhanced commercial benefits to its customers.
30 June 2015
TOMRA Sorting Recycling forges ahead with metal specialist appointments
TOMRA Sorting Recycling is aiming to further expand its presence within the global metal recycling industry following the announcement of two specialist appointments.
29 June 2015
TOMRA is pleased to announce that Jacob Rognhaug has taken over the role of Country Manager, China, for TOMRA Sorting Technology (Xiamen).
03 June 2015
Tasos Bereketidis appointed as Regional Director Middle East & Africa for TOMRA Sorting Recycling
TOMRA Sorting Recycling has promoted Tasos Bereketidis to the role of Regional Director Middle East & Africa, including Turkey.
28 May 2015
Time to rethink our approach to RDF
Recovery at MRFs is arguably a more commercially, economically and environmentally attractive alternative to RDF.