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12
May
2022
| 11:38 Europe/Amsterdam
Drinks containers made from recycled materials have a smaller carbon
05
May
2022
| 08:42 Europe/Amsterdam
TOMRA continues work to maximize the digital capabilities of its
22
April
2022
| 05:36 Europe/Amsterdam
TOMRA identifies mandatory Extended Producer Responsibility as
20
April
2022
| 08:24 Europe/Amsterdam
TOMRA launches Digital Payout API to enable integration of electronic
How to lead the global plastics issueopens in new window
As global momentum builds on ending plastic pollution and marine debris, Vietnam is strengthening its ability to build back better from COVID-19 and transition to a circular economy. Caitlin Wiesen, resident representative in Vietnam of the United Nations Development Programme, and Grete Løchen, Norwegian Ambassador to Vietnam, write about the changes ahead.
12
May
2022
vir.com.vn
TOMRA Collection launches developer portal to support its suite of APIsopens in new window
TOMRA Collection, global technology provider of reverse vending machines for beverage container recycling, has announced the launch of its new developer portal.
10
May
2022
www.petnology.com
Test Before You Investopens in new window
Testing materials before investing in sorting technologies serves to reduce risk, validate process
05
May
2022
www.mswmanagement.com
Growing a high-rise farmopens in new window
Based in Singapore, Sustenir Agriculture grows vegetables in a high-rise indoor farm that uses no pesticides and is claimed to generate 92% less carbon emissions than imported produce and consume 95% less water than conventional farming on arable land. In order to reduce operating costs and automate some of its processes, the company turned to TOMRA Food for an optical sorting machine.
05
May
2022
www.foodprocessing.com.au
Tomra: New generation for aluminum recyclingopens in new window
Offering innovations and high-speed sorting capability, the new X-Tract features Dual Processing Technology, which increases the capacity per meter width. Its simultaneous single object and area processing allows operators to choose between high purity and high recovery sorting. Even adjacent, overlapping, and composite materials can be instantly identified and separated using data-driven decision making.
04
May
2022
www.recycling-magazine.com

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