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20
January
2022
| 21:34 Europe/Amsterdam
For Olav Johan Horgen, data scientist / big data developer at The
17
January
2022
| 10:39 Europe/Amsterdam
TOMRA provides effective solution for the extreme conditions at the
10
January
2022
| 12:47 Europe/Amsterdam
TOMRA, the international market leader for reverse vending machines,
05
January
2022
| 08:59 Europe/Amsterdam
Everything to know about the country's new program for recycling
PEPSICO – HEAVY USER OF VIRGIN FOSSIL BASED PLASTIC SET TO ELIMINATE USAGEopens in new window
Following the introduction of PepsiCo Positive, the company’s strategic end-to-end transformation with sustainability at the centre, PepsiCo Europe today announces that by 2030, it plans to eliminate virgin fossil-based plastic in all its crisp and chip bags.
25
Jan
2022
europeanbusinessmagazine.com
TOMRA Recycling invites to Interplasticaopens in new window
TOMRA Recycling will participate in the 24th International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber called Interplastica (stand no. 81B06). The exhibition will take place from 25 to 28 January 2022 in Moscow, Expocentre.
20
Jan
2022
www.plastech.biz
Renison sorted for tin price recordopens in new window
The Renison tin mine in Tasmania will now benefit from a new ore sorting technology just in time for the tin price to reach an all-time high.
19
Jan
2022
www.australianmining.com.au
TOMRA Mining’s ore sorting solution helps Renison tin mine do ‘more with less’opens in new window
TOMRA Mining and its X-ray Transmission (XRT) technology has, the company says, provided an effective solution for the extreme conditions at the Bluestone Mines Tasmania JV (BMTJV) Renison tin mine in Tasmania, Australia, with sensor-based ore sorting solution unlocking significant value and delivering environmental benefits.
14
Jan
2022
im-mining.com
TOMRA Food optical sorters boost profitability of the wild-growing berries producer from Kareliaopens in new window
FRESHBERRY was founded in 2019 with its production facilities located in Pryazhinsky District of the Republic of Karelia. The enterprise is engaged in collecting, procurement, processing, and selling wild-growing berries: blueberries, cranberries, cowberries, and cloudberries. In March 2020, the company put in service an automated line for cleaning blueberries, cranberries and cowberry.
11
Jan
2022
farmersreviewafrica.com

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