TOMRA and Borealis open state-of-the-art plant for post-consumer plastic waste sorting and advanced mechanical recycling
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TOMRA and Borealis have today announced the operational start of their advanced mechanical recycling demo plant in Lahnstein, Germany, the result of a partnership that marries chemistry with technology for unsurpassed results.
2021 recycling round-up: The future of reverse vending is already here
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Convenience, community and digital experiences hit beverage container recycling
TOMRA announces commitment for 40% of all plastic packaging produced worldwide to be collected for recycling by 2030
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TOMRA president and CEO Stefan Ranstrand announces a commitment to enable 40 per cent of plastic packaging produced globally each year to be collected for recycling by 2030, at Our Ocean conference in Oslo.
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Global leader in collecting beverage containers for recycling to …
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TOMRA’s approach in developing its new diamond microsite reflects the …
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Global leader in collecting beverage containers for recycling, TOMRA, …
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With global waste rising, TOMRA explores why there needs to be a …
STADLER and TOMRA deliver world’s first fully automated textile sorting plantopens in new window
STADLER and TOMRA delivered the fully automated sorting plant for Sysav Industri AB, which sorts pre- and post-consumer mixed textile waste in southern Skåne, in Sweden.
Tomra Food launches Packhouse Academyopens in new window
Tomra Food has launched a comprehensive online learning resource for packhouse professionals in the fresh produce industry.
Vuzix says Smart Glasses adopted by food processing company TOMRA to improve worker safety, efficiencyopens in new window
Vuzix glasses are compatible with TOMRA Visual Assist, an AR app that enables remote experts to provide support to a customer or an on-site field service engineer.
Tomra Food announces new organisation focusing on fresh food and processed foodopens in new window
Tomra Food has announced its new organisation focused on two business areas, Fresh Food and Processed Food. This change, says Tomra, creates a powerful organisation, unique in the world, which brings together the most extensive technology portfolio, the widest array of Research & Development skills, and the strongest global footprint in the sector.
High-performing bottle and can recycling programs have four success factors in commonopens in new window
The world’s highest-performing deposit return systems (DRS) for can and bottle recycling have four success factors in common, explains a new white paper unveiled today by the global leader in beverage container collections for recycling, Tomra.