TOMRA and Borealis open state-of-the-art plant for post-consumer plastic waste sorting and advanced mechanical recycling
| 06:30 Europe/Amsterdam
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
| 09:01 Europe/Amsterdam
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
| 10:34 Europe/Amsterdam
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.
| 02:03 Europe/Amsterdam
Climate change is one of the most defining issues of the 21st …
| 13:22 Europe/Amsterdam
Kai Bartram has been appointed Global Sales Director of TOMRA Mining. …
| 11:11 Europe/Amsterdam
What do you do at TOMRA?I work as a production operator at the …
| 10:29 Europe/Amsterdam
Experienced industry leaders joined TOMRA Mining’s experts as guest …
Mixed waste sorting changing the gameopens in new window
Tomra and a Norwegian waste sorting plant have demonstrated that mixed waste sorting prior to disposal is a superior solution to separate collection.
High-tech potato-grading line ups profits for Cornish groweropens in new window
Potato producers are facing tricky times, with ballooning costs squeezing profits and seasonal staff increasingly difficult to source since the UK left the EU.
Tomra: Deep learning application for wood sortingopens in new window
Tomra Recycling has developed a solution that uses deep learning, a subset of artificial intelligence, in wood recycling applications.
Leading organic fruit producer Mapeks Organics increases product quality and capacity with TOMRA Blizzardopens in new window
TOMRA’s optical sorting machine enables Turkish business Mapeks Organics to strengthen its position as a high-quality, high-efficiency exporter.
Evaluate ore sorting options at prefeasibility study stage, TOMRA’s Rutledge saysopens in new window
TOMRA Mining is making a case for its sensor-based ore sorting solutions to be evaluated earlier in the mining project evaluation phase, with Jordan Rutledge, Area Sales Manager, arguing that consideration of its use at the very beginning of flowsheet discussions can influence up- and down-stream equipment selection.