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Tomra powers Montague packhouseopens in new window
Tomra technology has played an important role in the new packhouse’s first season of operation
21
Jul
2021
www.fruitnet.com
Latvia’s upcoming deposit return system appoints TOMRA as reverse vending provideropens in new window
TOMRA is set to provide the reverse vending technology for Latvia’s upcoming deposit return scheme, which is set to launch in just over six months on February 1st, 2022.
15
Jul
2021
packagingeurope.com
Sustainable Mining Strikes IIoT Goldopens in new window
Early digital adopters are seeing profits and reducing climate impacts.
13
Jul
2021
www.industryweek.com
Fine Fare Supermarket adds nine TOMRA reverse vending solutions for outdoor useopens in new window
When it came time for Fine Fare Supermarket to upgrade their reverse vending machines (RVMs) for bottle and can recycling, store owner Rudy Fuentes knew he needed to find a solution that would keep recycling fast and easy for customers.
13
Jul
2021
www.recyclingproductnews.com
TOMRA study highlights potential for holistic resource management to save over 2.5 billion tonnes of C02 annuallyopens in new window
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 2016 have been released by the European Commission. The new EU climate law increases the emission reduction target from 40 percent to at least 55 percent by 2030 to meet the expectations of the November World Climate Summit in Glasgow. TOMRA aims to help achieve the goals and take waste management to another level. A new study commissioned by TOMRA and conducted by EUNOMIA demonstrates the potential for an optimized waste management system regarding climate change. Overall, a reduction of 2.76 billion tonnes of CO2 per year is possible.
12
Jul
2021
www.recyclingproductnews.com
Tomra cites recycling emissions reduction benefitsopens in new window
Technology firm and consultancy Eunomia identify potential 2.75 billion tons in global annual CO2 emissions reductions.
06
Jul
2021
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
Tomra to delve into plastic recycling at July webinaropens in new window
The sorting technology firm is holding its online session Wednesday, July 14.
02
Jul
2021
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
Case study: TOMRA 5C delivers on promise of added value and efficiency for The Almond Companyopens in new window
The Almond Company is the almond handling and processing operation for Harris Family Enterprises, a group of companies dedicated to quality farming and food production. It processes more than 100 million pounds of almonds for domestic and international distribution. The company purchased a TOMRA 5C premium optical sorter which has been operating at its Madera, California facility for the past six months with excellent results.
30
Jun
2021
www.snackandbakery.com
INEOS Styrolution offers mechanically recycled polystyrene developed in close collaboration with TOMRAopens in new window
INEOS Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, has today announced the availability of mechanically recycled polystyrene in EMEA. Production of the new “Styrolution® PS ECO 440” is based on TOMRA’s high-quality NIR sorting process delivering a polystyrene purity of more than 99.9%. The new material is available in white and light grey.
25
Jun
2021
www.nspackaging.com
INEOS Styrolution and TOMRA offer ‘breakthrough’ mechanically recycled polystyreneopens in new window
INEOS Styrolution has today announced the availability of mechanically recycled polystyrene in the EMEA region.
24
Jun
2021
packagingeurope.com
TOMRA Recycling to Exhibit Latest Updates and Deliver a Sustainability Talk at WasteExpoopens in new window
At WasteExpo 2021, June 28-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, TOMRA Recycling will exhibit and highlight the latest sorting innovations from the company’s new generation AUTOSORT® sensor-based sorting system. As a sponsoring partner of the Sustainability Talks event co-located with WasteExpo, TOMRA will also deliver a presentation on June 30, focusing on recycling’s role in offering ideas and solutions to advance the circular economy.
24
Jun
2021
www.waste360.com
Maritime looks to ore sorting at Hammerdownopens in new window
Maritime Resources (TSXV: MAE) has a plan to bring the former Hammerdown gold mine on Newfoundland’s Baie Verte Peninsula back into production. In a bid to reject waste rock and boost head grade, the company has successfully tested ore sorting technology as part of the planned feasibility study.
23
Jun
2021
www.mining.com
Is Europe leading the way in sustainable business?opens in new window
Europe is seldom considered the most exciting place to invest. This is mainly because European index returns – a proxy for average market returns – have been modest over most time frames. But the continent offers some excellent investment opportunities for active investors willing to seek out its treasures.
21
Jun
2021
www.funds-europe.com
First circular economy hub in Latin Americaopens in new window
The first circular economy hub in Latin America gathers companies that want to lead the circular transition in Brazil.
17
Jun
2021
www.recycling-magazine.com
TOMRA Recycling and Masotina: Highly targeted plastic sorting boosts recycling volumes and purityopens in new window
Based in Corsico in the Lombardy Region of Italy, MASOTINA S.p.A. operates one of Europe’s largest materials recovery facilities (MRFs) for the separation and recovery of plastic from municipal waste. The company uses 32 AUTOSORT® machines supplied by global sensor-based sorting specialist, TOMRA Recycling, to sort and recover high volumes of plastics primarily from single stream household waste collections, as well as some commercial waste. Thanks to the latest generation of TOMRA’s technology, MASOTINA is today reaping the benefits of ‘tailor-made’ plastic sorting solutions.
14
Jun
2021
www.petnology.com
Dateline Resources materially increases head grades at Gold Links Gold Mineopens in new window
Dateline Resources Limited (ASX:DTR) has announced the second phase of ore sorting results for the Gold Links Gold Mine in Colorado, USA, whereby gold grade per tonne has increased by 41.6% from 15.34 to 21.71g/t Au.
08
Jun
2021
finfeed.com
Smart tech ramps up PET recycling in Mexicoopens in new window
Major investments in advanced sorting technology may well mark the beginning of a new era for plastics recycling in Mexico.
01
Jun
2021
recyclinginternational.com
Turkish company acquires TOMRA 3C optical sorting machine to increase product quality and reduce food wasteopens in new window
Bademcioğlu Gıda is a Turkish business based in Gaziantep. Every year, Bademcioğlu processes more than 3.000 tons of almonds for the domestic market. 80 % of these almonds are produced in Turkey and the remaining 20 % are imported. In order to optimize its almond processing operations, Bademcioğlu Gıda selected the new TOMRA 3C optical sorting machine, which is a perfect solution to increase product quality and productivity due to reducing food waste by detecting defects in products and sorting out by-products.
31
May
2021
www.fructidor.com
Automating textile waste will change the game for clothing recyclingopens in new window
Textile and fashion industry have a huge circular potential that has yet to be developed. One of the main issues holding back the application of the circular economy in this sector is sorting through textile waste, which requires a high degree of precision and is still performed manually. Being able to automate the process and launch it on an industrial scale therefore will be the key to a real revolution in the world of textiles.
20
May
2021
www.greenbiz.com
Leading French potato producer Parmentine equips its new line with two optical sorting machines from TOMRA Foodopens in new window
Leading French potato producer Parmentine has equipped its new line in Samazan with two optical sorters from TOMRA Food - one the TOMRA 5A, the other the Sentinel II.
12
May
2021
www.freshfruitportal.com
Closing the consumer loop: Return and Earnopens in new window
Waste Management Review explores the retail sector’s engagement with Return and Earn and the role of corporate responsibility in shaping positive recycling outcomes.
10
May
2021
wastemanagementreview.com.au
Alice Queen (ASX:AQX) posts positive testwork from Horn Islandopens in new window
Alice Queen (AQX) has seen positive results from its recent bulk ore sorter testwork at its Horn Island Project in Queensland's Torres Strait.
30
Apr
2021
themarketherald.com.au
Ton-up for Tomra’s reverse-vending machineopens in new window
Tomra has installed its 100th R1 reverse vending machine in an 18-month rollout that includes Norway, Sweden, Estonia and Finland, as well as redemption centres in the US.
29
Apr
2021
plasticsinpackaging.com
High yields and low energy usage make Tomra Food’s steam peelers perfect for LAMB WESTON / MEIJER, a world-leader in high-quality frozen potato productsopens in new window
Lamb Weston / Meijer is one of the most recognized companies in the global potato industry, with a rich and starched history. The company’s mission – Wellbeing through Potatoes – and their customer-focused modus operandi has earned them stripes serving Quick Service Restaurants, large food chains, and retailers all over EMEA.
26
Apr
2021
www.foodbusinessgulf.com
Osisko Development likes sorting for Cariboo gold oreopens in new window
The verdict is positive on the Tomra ore sorter at the Cariboo gold project in British Columbia, says owner Osisko Development.
23
Apr
2021
markets.businessinsider.com
Viridor and TOMRA collaborate on DRS bidopens in new window
Viridor and TOMRA have teamed up to bid for the design, build and operation of the Scottish deposit return scheme (DRS) counting and sorting centres.
12
Apr
2021
www.slrmag.co.uk
Stadler And Tomra Deliver The World’s First Fully Automated Textile Sorting Plant In Malmö, Swedenopens 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.
05
Apr
2021
www.texintel.com
Vast Resources to leverage new equipment and XRT ore sorting at Baita Plaiopens in new window
Vast Resources has devised a new mechanised mine plan for its Baita Plai polymetallic mine in Romania that will see mining capacity increase by 65% and ore sorting employed to increase mill feed grades.
30
Mar
2021
im-mining.com
Reserve vending machine: Typical green growth model for Vietnamopens in new window
Norwegian experts see great potential to identify and facilitate circular solutions in Vietnam which is moving towards sustainable development.
29
Mar
2021
vnexplorer.net
SCEA HERMANT has invested in a TOMRA 3A sorting machine to optimize the quality of potatoes and onions sold at fresh marketsopens in new window
For two years, SCEA HERMANT carefully considered acquiring a new optical sorter to sort and grade potato and onion crops prior to storage. The launch of the new TOMRA 3A convinced Loïc and Alain Hermant to make the investment. After the machine's first season, they are convinced they made the right decision.
23
Mar
2021
www.farmersreviewafrica.com
Pilot plant for plastic recyclate to optimize circular economyopens in new window
Tomra Sorting Systems and Borealis have started up their state-of-the-art mechanical recycling pilot plant in Germany. It separates post-consumer plastic waste there for the first time and delivers market-ready polymer materials.
22
Mar
2021
waste-management-world.com
Tomra Sorting Mining launches Tomra Act, a new intuitive User Interfaceopens in new window
Tomra introduces the Tomra Act new user interface, together with a new image processing pipeline and additional process data for Tomra Insight, enabling improvements in the overall sorting process for greater productivity and profitability.
18
Mar
2021
www.georesources.net
Automation cuts out human error and manual labouropens in new window
TOMRA and CEPI define the need for up-to-date process control and automation when improving efficiency, quality, hygiene and flavour of confectionery products in its manufacturing.
15
Mar
2021
in-confectionery.com
Nova Minerals Ltd (ASX:NVA) Confirms Exceptional Ore Sorting Viability at Korbelopens in new window
Nova Minerals Limited (ASX:NVA) (FRA:QM3) (OTCMKTS:NVAAF) is pleased to advise that it has received highly encouraging results from further ore sorting test work on mineralization from its bulk tonnage Korbel Main deposit in Alaska, confirming the potential for this technology to significantly enhance the project.
15
Mar
2021
www.metalsnews.com
TOMRA Food and Haarslev form partnershipopens in new window
TOMRA Food and Haarslev have formed a strategic partnership to introduce new sensor-based sorting technologies to the global rendering industry. This is expected to be a game-changer in the industry, enabling renderers and by-product processors to attain unprecedented levels of efficiency, food safety and product quality.
12
Mar
2021
www.petfoodindustry.com
V-Shapes Partners with TrojanLabelopens in new window
We have partnered with TrojanLabel®, an AstroNova Company, to integrate the TrojanLabel T2 high-volume digital inkjet press into our V-Shapes PRIME packaging machine!
11
Mar
2021
whattheythink.com
Testimonial Video – Stornoway Diamondsopens in new window
“You have to really envision that TOMRA has actually changed the game in terms rough diamond recovered around the world, and allowed producers to access large exceptional quality goods that perhaps in the past would be crushed to pieces.”
08
Mar
2021
www.miningreview.com
Raisin producer becomes first in Turkey to own new Tomra 5C sorting machineopens in new window
Osman Akça A.Ş, the raisin industry leader, reportedly never misses the opportunity to benefit from Tomra Food’s new cutting-edge technologies, and has now become the first company in Turkey to purchase the Tomra 5C sorter.
07
Mar
2021
www.foodanddrinktechnology.com
TOMRA Sorting Mining opens access to comprehensive technical information in new diamond micrositeopens in new window
TOMRA’s approach in developing its new diamond microsite reflects the Company’s holistic approach to supporting its customers: by opening easy access to comprehensive technical information, it enables diamond producers to understand the possibilities offered by its recovery solutions, how they would fit within their operations, and how they would be adding value.
03
Mar
2021
www.wme.com
Tomra Food introduces SmartGrade on its Spectrim platformopens in new window
Tomra Food is introducing SmartGrade on its Spectrim platform. According to the company, the new system puts the packhouse in complete control of grading with such accuracy that it is able to pack fruit to maximise sales by matching very precisely the specific requirements of the individual customers.
02
Mar
2021
www.foodanddrinktechnology.com
Dried fruit processing is passing to the next level with the innovative sorting solutionopens in new window
Osman Akça A.Ş., an important raisin industry player, has become the first entity in Turkey to purchase the TOMRA 5C sorter. The company has been using the most up-to-date sorting solutions by TOMRA Food since 1996.
02
Mar
2021
www.fructidor.com
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.
17
Feb
2021
www.recyclingproductnews.com
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.
10
Feb
2021
thepackman.in
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.
03
Feb
2021
www.proactiveinvestors.com
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.
01
Feb
2021
www.foodanddrinktechnology.com
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.
29
Jan
2021
www.plastech.biz
TOMRA and Borealis open state-of-the-art plant for post-consumer plastic waste sorting and advanced mechanical recyclingopens in new window
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.
15
Jan
2021
plasticspla.net
Automated sorting triples e-scrap processing capacity for Premier Surplusopens in new window
TOMRA AUTOSORT circuit including optical sorting allows for 300 percent increase in processing capacity compared to manual sorting
14
Jan
2021
www.recyclingproductnews.com
Virto Group chooses TOMRA, renews equipment with BSI+ sortersopens in new window
Virto Group, the largest frozen vegetable company in Spain and one of the most important in Europe, has again put its trust in Tomra. The company has updated its main plant in Azagra (Navarra) with 11 BSI+ sorters.
12
Jan
2021
www.freshfruitportal.com
Underground sorting systemopens in new window
Salt producer K+S Minerals and Agriculture was looking to replace their existing sorting system at the rock salt mine in Grasleben, Germany.
12
Jan
2021
miningnews.co.za
How TOMRA’s tech is boosting productivity at Peru’s San Rafael tin mineopens in new window
TOMRA’s XRT sensor-based ore sorting technology is significantly improving productivity and extending mine life at the San Rafael tin mine in Peru.
10
Jan
2021
www.miningglobal.com
Tomra, Stadler combine to provide Viridor MRF systemopens in new window
Sorting technology firms work together to equip Viridor’s Mason’s MRF near Ipswich, England.
16
Dec
2020
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
Live by the Swordopens in new window
The recycling arena, like every other business sector, has felt the impact of unprecedented events. However, challenges to this market from the current COVID-19 pandemic come as an added measure to the already shifting landscape coping with three years of Chinese National Sword. But according to experts, despite current downturns, the future of recycling may be better than ever.
09
Dec
2020
www.mswmanagement.com
Pioneering recycling: deposit return on campus and across Portugalopens in new window
Demand for single-use cans and bottles is growing each year, but many of these containers end up in our oceans, streets, and landfills. Deposit return systems seek to combat this waste by offering a financial incentive for consumers to return their empty beverage containers for recycling. As Portugal gets ready to launch national deposit return legislation, Nova SBE is pioneering its own container deposit program.
09
Dec
2020
medium.com
Tomra RVM use recognized in New Yorkopens in new window
Company’s reverse vending machines recognized by NYSAR3 with Sustainability Leadership Award.
04
Dec
2020
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
XRT sorting can be adapted for Copperbelt miningopens in new window
Ore-processing equipment supplier TOMRA Sorting Mining’s experience in copper ore sorting globally came to the fore with its X-ray transmission (XRT) technology, with which the company has attained “ideal” results in the recovery of material and waste removal.
04
Dec
2020
www.engineeringnews.co.za
TOMRA adds remote customer support toolopens in new window
TOMRA Food on Nov. 26 launched a new digital service, TOMRA Virtual Assist, to improve remote on-site support for its sorting solutions clients. The tool uses augmented reality to allow support specialists to help customers troubleshoot equipment issues without having to physically visit the plant.
30
Nov
2020
www.petfoodprocessing.net
Tomra dives into augmented realityopens in new window
Tomra Visual Assist virtually places experts in front of a customer's machine, enabling a fast response and ensuring safety.
26
Nov
2020
www.fruitnet.com
Return and Earn machines deliver shopping centres phenomenal returnsopens in new window
Shopping Centre News speaks with Ryan Buzzell, President of TOMRA Collection Solutions, the technology provider for the Return and Earn NSW Container Deposit Scheme. Buzzell explains the environmental, community and financial benefits of hosting a reverse vending machine (RVM) at your retail shopping centre.
25
Nov
2020
www.shoppingcentrenews.com.au
TOMRA Food and Ortofrutticola Parma: Selected quality from earth to the tableopens in new window
With an important presence in the fruit and vegetable sector, Ortofrutticola Parma is dedicated to the production, storage, packaging and marketing of potatoes, carrots and onions, 95% of which are for large-scale production.
19
Nov
2020
www.farmersreviewafrica.com
Mount Carbine shortlisted for environmental awardopens in new window
Mount Carbine operator Speciality Metals has been named as a finalist in the environmental category of this year’s Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) awards.
14
Nov
2020
www.i-q.net.au
Mining Society Webinar: Sensor-Based Particle Sorting – Developments, Technology and Demonstration – TOMRA Miningopens in new window
The webinar will be on Sensor-based Particle Sorting - Developments, technology and a demonstration by TOMRA Mining,
12
Nov
2020
ausimm.com
TOMRA calls for ‘holistic’ approach to tackle emissionsopens in new window
TOMRA says it has “invested heavily” in its circular economy division as it looks to drive a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from the waste management sector by 2030.
11
Nov
2020
www.letsrecycle.com
TOMRA XRT units help recover unbroken 998 ct diamond at Lucara’s Karowe mineopens in new window
TOMRA’s COM XRT 2.0/1200 ore sorters have aided Lucara Diamond’s Karowe diamond operations, in Botswana, once again, recovering an unbroken 998 ct high white clivage diamond from the 100%-owned mine.
11
Nov
2020
im-mining.com
Tomra R1 behind the scenes: Developing a revolutionary recycling experienceopens in new window
On 5 November 2019, Tomra Collection Solutions unleashed a recycling innovation that was years in the making: the Tomra R1 reverse vending machine (RVM). The “multi-feed” RVM enables recyclers to pour over 100 empty beverage containers into the machine in one go – rather than inserting them one by one. This means that recyclers can empty an entire bag of drink containers into the RVM in seconds, making it more convenient and motivating to do their part for the planet.
05
Nov
2020
www.plastech.biz
Tomra regional director to speak on sorting thermoformed packagingopens in new window
Carlos Manchado Atienza will speak during the Americas Thermoform Recycling and Food Contact Recycled Packaging virtual event.
05
Nov
2020
www.recyclingtoday.com
Industry endorses Victoria’s proposed schemeopens in new window
The response to Victoria’s proposed CDS model has been strong with the WARR industry united in its support.
03
Nov
2020
www.insidewaste.com.au
Mining applications have a new ally: TOMRA Insightopens in new window
TOMRA Insight, the powerful data platform for enhancing sorting efficiencies, is now available for mining applications.
02
Nov
2020
www.southafricahem.com
Deposit return system kicks off in Portugal with TOMRA for campus recyclingopens in new window
Global reverse vending leader TOMRA and the Nova School of Business & Economics (SBE) in Cascais, outside Lisbon, have partnered to launch a deposit return scheme for greater on-campus recycling and sustainability.
22
Oct
2020
www.petnology.com
TOMRA calls for global plastic actionopens in new window
TOMRA has backed calls for a United Nations treaty to address global plastic pollution.
22
Oct
2020
www.solidwastemag.com
TOMRA Insight Becomes Available to Food Industryopens in new window
TOMRA Insight turns sorting and grading machines into connected devices that generate valuable process data.
20
Oct
2020
www.foodlogistics.com
TOMRA connects ore sorters to the cloud with TOMRA Insightopens in new window
After a successful launch in its recycling division, TOMRA is rolling out its cloud-based data platform, TOMRA Insight, to mining customers.
20
Oct
2020
im-mining.com
Burkasan chooses TOMRA technology to recycle HDPE bottlesopens in new window
Burkasan uses TOMRA Recycling’s sorting machines in its new plastic recycling plant. The plant is equipped with TOMRA’s AUTOSORT and AUTOSORT FLAKE technology capable of sorting five tonnes of waste PET, HDPE and PP per hour.
13
Oct
2020
www.eppm.com
Strategies for realizing the full benefits of automationopens in new window
The potential benefits of combining automated processing systems, where decisions are driven by up-to-date data and a technology-enabled workforce across an entire organization, are vast. Prioritizing where to start, optimizing what is already in-house and truly implementing automation throughout a processing company are key.
13
Oct
2020
www.petfoodprocessing.net
Compac overcomes challenges of pandemic to deliver full satisfaction and a successful cherry season to customers in Turkey and Uzbekistanopens in new window
Compac, part of the TOMRA Food family, and its partners ICOEL and Sardas were confronted with unique challenges, as the COVID-19 pandemic hit just as they were preparing to ship and install three turnkey cherry grading and packing lines in Turkey and a fourth one in Uzbekistan. They overcame the unprecedented situation with countries under lockdown, travel restrictions and disruptions to goods transport logistics to complete the four projects right on schedule.
13
Oct
2020
foodbusinessgulf.com
Compac launches Tomra 5S Advancedopens in new window
New platform from New Zealand company builds on class-leading performance of its Multi Lane Sorter
08
Oct
2020
www.fruitnet.com
Reverse vending for soda cartridgesopens in new window
SodaStream and Tomra are piloting a solution for in-store return of used CO2 cylinders. The goal is to make cylinder exchange more efficient for both retailers and SodaStream customers.
07
Oct
2020
www.solidwastemag.com
WA CDS boosts jobsopens in new window
Five new high-speed container refund points running in conjunction with Western Australia’s new Container Deposit Scheme – Containers for Change has been launched by TOMRA Collection Services. The scheme is expected to generate approximately 500 new jobs to Western Australia.
02
Oct
2020
www.insidewaste.com.au
Approaching circularity in miningopens in new window
The role of sensor-based sorting in future green mining
01
Oct
2020
www.canadianminingjournal.com
China, Nordic countries expect more tech cooperationopens in new window
Against the backdrop of the rising tensions over unilateralism and the global recession, China and the Nordic countries are embracing multilateralism by accelerating exploration of science and technology cooperation on smart cities in which both sides find more reciprocal benefits for growth.
17
Sep
2020
www.globaltimes.cn
How Return and Earn became a recycling successopens in new window
The NSW Return and Earn program has seen over four billion containers recycled since 2017 through the scheme.
17
Sep
2020
www.insidewaste.com.au
Rafaella considers processing options after positive TOMRA XRT ore sorting testsopens in new window
Sensor-based ore sorting test work from TOMRA Sorting Solutions has shown the potential for lowering the planned capital expenditure and operating costs associated with developing the Santa Comba tungsten-tin project in Galicia, Spain, project owner Rafaella Resources has reported.
17
Sep
2020
im-mining.com
VIMY RESOURCES: ORE SORTING BOOSTS NT PROJECT GRADESopens in new window
Ore sorting trials have exceeded expectations for Vimy Resources at its Alligator River uranium project in Australia’s Northern Territory, lifting the grade in sample concentrate by 70% to 2% U3O8 and enhancing the potential for material reductions in capital and operating costs.
16
Sep
2020
www.miningbusiness.net
Compac up to the Covid-19 challengeopens in new window
New Zealand-based Compac, part of the Tomra Food family, and its partners ICOEL and Sardas have deemed the most recent Turkish and Uzbekistan cherry season a resounding success, having been able to deliver full satisfaction to its customers despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.
16
Sep
2020
www.fruitnet.com
DURAK FINDIK INCREASES AUTOMATED PRODUCTION CAPACITY WITH NEW TOMRA MACHINESopens in new window
Turkey’s leading hazelnut exporter, Durak Findik, has further increased its production capacity to meet export demand by investing in automation technologies. By acquiring five new TOMRA Nimbus BSI+ sorting machines, which will also ensure product quality and food safety, Durak Findik has increased to 28 the total number of TOMRA machines at its hazelnut processing facilities in Ordu, Samsun, and Hendek-Sakarya.
15
Sep
2020
www.farmersreviewafrica.com
TOMRA - Making beverage container recycling work in any conditionsopens in new window
Global reverse vending leader TOMRA has today unveiled its robust solution for big-city recycling, the TOMRA S1 Rugged. Designed to withstand challenging weather conditions, this innovative reverse vending machine (RVM) has been designed for returning drink containers for recycling in semi-outdoor, metropolitan locations. TOMRA S1 Rugged hits the US market today and will roll out to other markets in the future.
15
Sep
2020
www.petnology.com
Incom, Chinese pioneer of ‘smart’ plastic bottle collection machines, plans to triple recycling capacity as Beijing aims to stamp out the pollutant opens in new window
Incom Recycle, the developer of China’s first “smart” plastic bottle collection machines, aims to triple its capacity to turn the used containers into new ones as part of the country’s expansion of the so-called circular economy.
13
Sep
2020
www.scmp.com
Brits ‘most willing’ to change their consumption behaviouropens in new window
British people are ‘most willing to change their personal consumption behaviour to conserve resources in response to the pandemic, according to a new study.
28
Aug
2020
www.circularonline.co.uk
Mindsets in the pandemicopens in new window
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a growing awareness that the world must use resources more responsibly.
28
Aug
2020
www.mygreenpod.com
Compac’s new produce inspection module wins New Zealand tech awardopens in new window
Compac’s UltraView produce inspection module has been recognized by the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards program as the 2020 winner of the Most Innovative Agritech Solution of the year.
27
Aug
2020
produceprocessing.net
Virtual Site Tour - TOMRA Sorting Solutionsopens in new window
Austmine invites our members and mining contacts to join us for a virtual site tour of TOMRA's Mining Test Centre in Sydney!
27
Aug
2020
www.austmine.com.au
TOMRA Food commented on how new headquarters for Latin America will benefit the region and global supply chainopens in new window
Recently TOMRA Food has opened new headquarters in Santiago, Chile. Fructidor had an opportunity to interview the team and get to know more.
26
Aug
2020
www.fructidor.com
Tomra claims elevated results with Flying Beam opens in new window
Company says its Flying Beam “empowers light intensity for advanced sorting accuracy.”
25
Aug
2020
www.recyclingtoday.com
TOMRA TO HELP CHARITIES RAISE $1 MILLION FOR COVID-AFFECTED AUSTRALIANS THROUGH NEW RECYCLING INITIATIVEopens in new window
TOMRA is launching its most ambitious drive ever to help Aussies who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. From today, the company is urging Australians to donate their empty drink bottles and cans to help individuals and communities affected by food insecurity, financial hardship and mental health issues.
24
Aug
2020
www.ecovoice.com.au
Tomra Recycling empowers light intensity of Flying Beam for advanced sorting accuracyopens in new window
Following the introduction of the new generation Autosort within Tomra Recycling’s Symphony of all Sorts campaign, the company now gives more insight into its engineering advancements made to its Flying Beam technology. Philipp Knopp, Product Manager at Tomra Recycling, details the new version from a technical and customer perspective.
24
Aug
2020
www.plastech.biz
Tomra’s multi-feed system will take collection rates to new heightsopens in new window
Consumers can for the first time pour more than 100 empty beverage containers and bottles into a reverse vending machine in one go, says recycling technology expert Tomra. A total of 29 of its new Tomra R1 machines have been installed at hotspots across big cities, the latest of which is in Finland.
19
Aug
2020
recyclinginternational.com
“Now is the time to transition to a circular economy”opens in new window
In this article, TOMRA gives its views on how the current pandemic can support a green recovery, as well as a transition to a circular economy for plastics.
19
Aug
2020
packagingeurope.com
"Our clients regularly consult us about the practices we have seen in other parts of the world"opens in new window
Tomra Food recently opened a new regional headquarters in Santiago, Chile. The new building accommodates offices, a meeting room, a spare parts store for greater spare parts stock, and a test and demonstration area that serves as a Customer Experience Center and Regional Training Hub. The new facility gives TOMRA Food and its two sister companies, Compac and BBC Technologies a greater presence in the region.
19
Aug
2020
www.freshplaza.com
Finnish recyclers save the planet… 100 bottles at a timeopens in new window
Recyclers in Finland can for the first time ever pour more than 100 empty beverage containers into a reverse vending machine in one go, rather than inserting them one by one, following Tomra’s launch of the R1 reverse vending system in the country.
13
Aug
2020
plasticsinpackaging.com
Produce sorting equipment data useful from processing line back to the fieldopens in new window
Although sorting equipment is capable of collecting an incredible amount of data, most of that data goes unused. But that data can be extremely valuable, which is why sorting equipment manufacturers, like Key Technology, TOMRA and Newtec, are helping customers use it to improve production, efficiency and quality both up- and downstream.
07
Aug
2020
produceprocessing.net
Architect-led Pacific Garbage Screening project launches first testsopens in new window
Architect Marcella Hansch’s Pacific Garbage Screening project announces first waste collecting boat tests in a river in Slovakia, in preparation for its launch of a specially designed platform system to reduce plastic contamination in waters.
06
Aug
2020
www.wallpaper.com
Waipā firm that rules the berry world building new R&D centreopens in new window
A company that began on a farm in Ohaupo 20 years ago is now planning to establish a $14 million centre of excellence in research and development in the Waikato to support its rapid growth.
04
Aug
2020
www.nzherald.co.nz
Full steam ahead for BBC Technologies with new research drive and centreopens in new window
Waikato's BBC Technologies is to build a $14 million new research and development centre and aims to grow its technology team by up to 125 staff in the next three to five years.
30
Jul
2020
www.nzherald.co.nz
TOMRA Food opens new regional headquarters in Latin Americaopens in new window
New premises, with Customer Experience Center and Regional Training Hub, will strengthen the customer support provided across Latin America by TOMRA Food, Compac, and BBC Technologies.
30
Jul
2020
www.snackandbakery.com
Voyage into ocean plasticsopens in new window
eXXpedition is an all-female sailing voyage and scientific research mission investigating the causes of and solutions to ocean plastic pollution. In a rare epoch when Emily Penn is landbound (due to lockdown), Libby Munford took the chance to interview the co-founder and mission director, to discover all about the mission, ethos of the project, and how the packaging industry can get involved and benefit from the findings.
28
Jul
2020
packagingeurope.com
Perla Fruit gets off to a flying start in its first cherry season with Compac Invision2 sorting technologyopens in new window
Established in June 2019, Turkish packer and exporter Perla Fruit is well on the way to completing successfully its first cherry season. This result is all the more remarkable for having been achieved at a time when the world was rocked by the Covid-19 pandemic.
15
Jul
2020
www.farmersreviewafrica.com
TOMRA Food reaches out to help vegetable processors during COVID-19 crisisopens in new window
TOMRA Food is reaching out to vegetable processors everywhere to help them tackle the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
02
Jul
2020
www.farmersreviewafrica.com
Packaged salad producer RAGO upgrades sorting lines to improve food safetyopens in new window
RAGO Group is one of the leading Italian producers of washed, packaged and ready-to-eat (fourth range) salad, and the second biggest exporter of rocket in Europe.
25
Jun
2020
produceprocessing.net
Achieving a circular economy with TOMRA’s sorting technologyopens in new window
In the face of climate change, the calls for a sustainable growth agenda are increasingly urgent. By investing in new technologies such as TOMRA’s sensor-based sorting, mining companies can take new approaches to extract natural commodities in an energy-efficient and resource-conserving manner.
24
Jun
2020
www.globalminingreview.com
Tomra publishes eBook for nut processorsopens in new window
Tomra Food has published an eBook to help nut processors tackle underlying operational challenges, which are now intensifying because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
16
Jun
2020
www.foodreview.co.za
Sustainability set to be a focus in ‘new normal’opens in new window
As Scotland begins the process of easing out of lockdown, it looks clear that customers will have different priorities under the ‘new normal’ and an increased focus on sustainability could be one consequence.
11
Jun
2020
www.slrmag.co.uk
Tomra Recycling celebrates digital launch of its latest and most advanced sorting solutions opens in new window
Today marked the global launch of Tomra Sorting Recycling’s latest advanced sorting solutions to meet demand for faster, more efficient and smarter material sorting – both now and in the future.
10
Jun
2020
www.plastech.biz
Tomra to add robotic arm to its sorting arsenalopens in new window
Company’s upcoming AutoSort CyBot combines “Deep Learning” AI with a vacuum-equipped robot picking arm.
10
Jun
2020
www.recyclingtoday.com
Ocean plastics: we need prevention more than a cureopens in new window
'Once in the oceans, it's almost impossible to clean up' says Tomra's Kristine Berg
09
Jun
2020
www.sustainableplastics.com
Tomra Sorting Recycling launches technological innovations in digital eventopens in new window
June 9 virtual event, “Symphony of all Sorts,” presents its complementary products.
04
Jun
2020
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
How vegetable processors can achieve quality, sustainability, speed, profitability and safety at the same timeopens in new window
Perishable produce must be sorted and packed quickly to maximize its shelf life. However, the faster this is done, the less time will be for accurate sorting of large volumes of produce for food quality and safety.
04
Jun
2020
www.fructidor.com
Sotkamo Silver chases processing efficiencies with Outotec-TOMRA XRT solutionopens in new window
Sotkamo Silver is looking to reduce the amount of material it grinds and floats at its silver operation in Finland through the introduction of X-ray Transmission (XRT) ore sorting technology.
02
Jun
2020
im-mining.com
Sorting Equipment Covers All the Bases for Inspecting Almondsopens in new window
An almond processor ensures its products are free of defects by using sorting equipment outfitted with innovative x-ray-, laser-, spectral-imaging-, and camera-based technologies.
28
May
2020
www.profoodworld.com
TOMRA Readies its First Ever Digital Launch Event for Recycling Firms - "Symphony of all Sortsopens in new window
Sensor-based recycling technology and reverse vending machine manufacturer, TOMRA Sorting Recycling is to hold its first live digital launch event under the motto "Symphony of all Sorts".
20
May
2020
waste-management-world.com
TOMRA Sorting Recycling enables the production of Low Magnesium Twitch from Zorbaopens in new window
TOMRA has developed X-TRACT units for magnesium removal, a ground-breaking x-ray-based solution which can separate magnesium from aluminium in products such as Zorba and Twitch.
28
Apr
2020
aluminiumtoday.com
TOMRA’s laser sorting technology producing high-purity quartzopens in new window
As the quartz market is set to witness a strong growth at a CAGR of more than 4.5 per cent in next five years, TOMRA’s multi-channel laser sorting technology has unlocked the potential to produce high-purity quartz.
22
Apr
2020
www.technicalreviewmiddleeast.com
TOMRA Focuses On How Day To Day Working of Its Staff Has Changedopens in new window
TOMRA of Germany has sent PIMI a newsletter completely different from normal PRs. They are speaking about their experience with TOMRA staffs during the new world pandemic.
20
Apr
2020
pimi.ir
New sorting technology can help overcome recycling disruptionsopens in new window
The rapidly evolving effects from the coronavirus pandemic has governments and companies enacting unprecedented measures to protect lives and livelihoods.
17
Apr
2020
www.eppm.com
Sorting solution shows potential in metals sectorsopens in new window
re-processing equipment supplier TOMRA Sorting Mining has provided X-ray transmission (XRT) sensor-based ore sorting technology for two local mining projects on the eastern limb of the Bushveld Igneous Complex, in Limpopo, which were commissioned recently.
17
Apr
2020
www.engineeringnews.co.za
Charitable containers: TOMRAopens in new window
With over $1,000,000 raised for charity partners through Return and Earn, TOMRA’s Markus Fraval explores the added social benefits of container deposit schemes.
17
Apr
2020
wastemanagementreview.com.au
TOMRA Food makes its Test and Demonstration Centres virtualopens in new window
The company has taken further action to ensure business continuity while protecting its employees’ and customers’ health with the introduction of Virtual Demonstration Centres to provide interactive demonstrations at this time of limited contact.
09
Apr
2020
www.foodbeverageasia.com
TOMRA Talks on the future of recyclingopens in new window
During EuroShop 2020 in February, the world’s largest retail trade fair, TOMRA played host to TOMRA Talks: a series of lightning talks on the future of recycling. TOMRA experts and its external community of thought leaders and partners revealed industry insights and discussed innovations and learnings that make recycling a win for consumers, business and the environment.
08
Apr
2020
www.petnology.com
Phoenix Reimagines Recycling Plant to Reach Diversion Goalsopens in new window
The city aims to achieve a 40 percent waste diversion rate by the end of 2020 and to become a zero waste city by 2050.
08
Apr
2020
www.waste360.com
Thanks to A.I., Machines Get a Taste for the Right Kinds of Foodopens in new window
This article is part of our latest Artificial Intelligence special report, which focuses on how the technology continues to evolve and affect our lives.
08
Apr
2020
www.newsrust.com
TOMRA joins Styrenics Circular Solutionsopens in new window
Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS), the value chain initiative to increase the circularity of styrenic polymers, has been joined by new member TOMRA, a recognized technology leader in collection and recycling of plastic packaging.
10
Mar
2020
plas.tv
Investing in recycling, reusing and repairing disciplinesopens in new window
Investing in recycling is as much about investing in companies that do so. Patrick Thomas presents the investor’s new three Rs: reusing, repairing and recycling.
03
Mar
2020
www.whatinvestment.co.uk
Tomra’s New Sorting Technology for High-purity Recycled Polystyreneopens in new window
Under the umbrella of Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS), Tomra has recently completed tests revealing that polystyrene (PS) is not only made for recycling, but also made for sorting.
03
Mar
2020
omnexus.specialchem.com
New Headquarters Affirm Tomra Sorting Mining’s Commitment To Southern Africaopens in new window
New Johannesburg premises will empower more local companies to extract greater value from minerals.
02
Mar
2020
www.miningweekly.com
Latest TOMRA SORTING ebook details the potential artificial intelligence holds for the recycling industryopens in new window
Deep learning is on the rise in the recycling industry, according to the new eBook “Harnessing the Potential of AI” from the global leader in sensor-based sorting, TOMRA Sorting Recycling. Dispelling a common misconception about AI, this latest TOMRA eBook chronicles the long, 30-year history and contributions AI has already made to the recycling industry, as well the bright future that lies ahead.
26
Feb
2020
futurenviro.es
TOMRA Previews R1 Express - The "Self-Driving Car of Container Recycling"opens in new window
Following the launch of the new TOMRA R1 "multi-feed" reverse vending solution, reverse vending system manufacturer, TOMRA, is further expanding it recycling automation offering with the unveiling of the Express returns concept.
25
Feb
2020
waste-management-world.com
XRT ore sorting shows promise at Vendetta Mining’s Pegmont projectopens in new window
Following positive X-ray Transmission (XRT) ore sorting test work on the Pegmont asset, in Queensland, Australia, Vendetta Mining is looking to apply this technology in its next mining study at the lead-zinc project.
11
Feb
2020
im-mining.com
Tomra supports sustainable sortingopens in new window
Norwegian collection and sorting systems company Tomra services many segments within the mining industry, including assisting diamond miner Lucara in delivering “record-breaking” recoveries. As mining companies face increasing environmental and sustainability concerns, Tomra is seeking to address these challenges with its solutions.
11
Feb
2020
www.miningmagazine.com
P&G's Holy Grail quest fulfilledopens in new window
Procter & Gamble Co. says it has hit its goal in its P&G Pioneer Holy Grail project, and the first bottles using its digital watermark technology developed in the program will hit the market this year.
10
Feb
2020
www.plasticsnews.com
Good news from Brusselsopens in new window
During this year’s annual Petcore Europe conference, many things PET, packaging and recycling were discussed. Speakers re-emphasised the importance of design for recycling in order to increase consumer activity, as well as product recyclability, and – perhaps most importantly – the need to continue to collaborate and innovate along the value chain.
07
Feb
2020
www.eppm.com
Making a mark on polypropylene recyclingopens in new window
Fluorescent markers aid in recycling polypropylene.
07
Feb
2020
www.recyclingtoday.com
TOMRA technologies set to maximise diamond recovery ratesopens in new window
TOMRA’s x-ray transmission (XRT) and near-infrared (NIR) technologies have helped to achieve ultra-high diamond recovery rates with limited infrastructure.
06
Feb
2020
www.technicalreviewmiddleeast.com
Tomra official: Collection and sorting key to PS recyclingopens in new window
In an interview with SCS Jürgen Priesters, SVP, Circular Economy at Tomra, discusses polystyrene’s recyclability from a sorting perspective.
21
Jan
2020
www.plasticsnewseurope.com
Can mining ever go green?opens in new window
A quarter of carbon emissions come from mining, but that isn’t the industry’s only environmental challenge.
21
Jan
2020
eandt.theiet.org
Reverse Vending Machine from TOMRA Takes 100 Bottles for Recycling at Onceopens in new window
Reverse vending machine manufacturer, TOMRA, has launched its R1 machine which is able to handle up to 100 empty beverage containers being poured into it  in a single go, as opposed to inserting each container one by one.
16
Jan
2020
waste-management-world.com
Tomra’s XRT sensor-based ore sorting technology improves Peruvian mineopens in new window
Minsur SA is a Peruvian mining company, part of the Breca Group that owns and runs one of the largest underground tin mining operations in the world. Located in San Rafael in the Andes at an altitude between 4500 - 5200 m above sea level, the mine contributed approximately 6% of the total world production of tin in 2015.
09
Jan
2020
www.globalminingreview.com
TOMRA Food Introduces a New Sorting Machine for Post-Harvest Potatoesopens in new window
TOMRA Food has just introduced the TOMRA 3A, a vision sorter for the separation of a range of foreign material from unwashed potatoes. Developed in response to specific customer challenges, the TOMRA 3A delivers a new level of FM sorting performance but with added features.
07
Jan
2020
spudsmart.com
Peeling equipment lifts burden for commissaries, central kitchensopens in new window
Commissaries and central kitchens routinely need a large amount of potatoes and other vegetables ready for chopping, cooking, packaging and more. To help in labor savings and cost, facilities can turn to peeling equipment to take care of perhaps the most troublesome portion of the process.
06
Jan
2020
www.supermarketperimeter.com
Money in Mono-Fractionsopens in new window
Rising recycled metal quality standards. Stringent governmental material purity regulations. Once reliable global markets for recycled metal tougher to access.
19
Dec
2019
futurenviro.es
Inside the world’s first fully automated mixed waste processing facilityopens in new window
When fully automated waste and recycling facilities were just a concept in the industry, Romerike Avfallsforedling (RoAF) turned the concept into a reality.
13
Dec
2019
www.wastetodaymagazine.com
Scotland inspires new small footprint reverse vending machineopens in new window
Scottish retailers have inspired the design of a new compact machine from reverse vending specialist TOMRA.
12
Dec
2019
www.slrmag.co.uk
Winners named in Europe’s biggest business competitionopens in new window
Europe’s 20 best businesses have been named in the Grand Final of the 2019 European Business Awards, at an event in Warsaw sponsored by RSM, after being chosen from over 150,000 companies from 33 countries.
10
Dec
2019
www.bmmagazine.co.uk
TOMRA’s Technology And Partnership Approach Delivers Record-Breaking Diamond Recoveries For Lucaraopens in new window
TOMRA’s solution delivered very quickly, exceeding all expectations: “When we put in the large diamond recovery circuit in 2015, it was within 2 weeks of making this investment, which was somewhere around 30 to 35 Million dollars, that we recovered those two exceptionally large diamonds, so in this case it was under 2 weeks we’d already had two times our return on that investment,” says Eira Thomas.
26
Nov
2019
africanminingbrief.com
Hastings, TOMRA see potential for XRT ore sorting at Yangibana rare earths projectopens in new window
TOMRA’s X-ray Transmission (XRT) ore sorting innovation has another positive industry reference to hand after Hastings Technology Metals said off-the-shelf technology had proven extremely effective at removing dilution on samples used in the testing program at its Yangibana rare earths project in Western Australia.
26
Nov
2019
im-mining.com
Fighting plastic pollution through reverse vendingopens in new window
With alarming growth worldwide in plastic pollution, TOMRA Collection Solutions’ reverse vending technology seeks to make the recycling experience for returning empty drink containers as convenient and user-friendly as possible.
14
Nov
2019
www.theexplorer.no
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020: Shortlist of finalists revealedopens in new window
It's been another record-breaking year of entries, our expert judges have had their say and it's now time to reveal the shortlist for edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020! Drumroll please...
14
Nov
2019
www.edie.net
Choose the bush over refund when recycling bottles and cansopens in new window
Reverse vending machine company TOMRA has launched the nationwide appeal, Bottles for the Bush, with the aim of raising this summer $250,000 for the charity Rural Aid which is dedicated to supporting rural communities in need.
11
Nov
2019
www.seniorsnews.com.au
TOMRA holds first-of-its-kind seminar on sensor-based sorting with resounding successopens in new window
The seminar on sustainable mining solutions was designed to provide a solid, pragmatic foundation on sensor-based sorting projects. It was held at the Colorado School of Mines and brought together experienced and influential industry speakers. The seminar, which was the first of its kind, attracted great interest and was sold out weeks in advance.
11
Nov
2019
www.engineeringnews.co.za
Turn your recycling into vital funds for communities affected by drought and bushfireopens in new window
All about the initiative that is literally turning trash into treasure for regional communities in need.
11
Nov
2019
www.homestolove.com.au
Clear trays with a Digimarc barcodeopens in new window
Paccor Packaging Solutions recently demonstrated the first implementation of a Digimarc barcode into clear thermoform trays at the industry-led HolyGrail 2.0 initiative’s Open House, hosted by Tomra.
07
Nov
2019
english.fleischwirtschaft.de
TOMRA holds seminar on sensor-based sortingopens in new window
TOMRA’s seminar on sustainable mining solutions and sensor-based sorting addresses major challenges of the mining industry, including increasing pressure to be more financially streamlined and radically more efficient, while addressing environmental and sustainability concerns.
06
Nov
2019
www.worldcoal.com
Get Ready For Big Data: TOMRA Introduces Deep Learning Add-On For Autosort Machines At Ecomondoopens in new window
GAIN, TOMRA’s deep learning-based sorting technology, for advanced accuracy of complex sorting tasks at high throughput rates.
05
Nov
2019
www.engineeringnews.co.za
Profitable green mining with advanced sorting technologyopens in new window
Sorting system specialist TOMRA’s advanced sensor-based sorting technology offers mining operations the dual benefits of energy efficiency and the ability to recover valuable ore even from sub-economic deposits or dumps.
30
Oct
2019
www.miningreview.com
Quartz rock production sorted with TOMRAopens in new window
Four TOMRA sorting machines are improving the quality of a Turkish mining company’s quartz rock products, while also reducing operating costs.
28
Oct
2019
www.aggbusiness.com
Tomra makes bold commitment to recycleopens in new window
The chief executive of Norway’s Tomra has made a commitment to enable 40 per cent of plastics packaging produced globally each year to be collected for recycling by 2030.
24
Oct
2019
plasticsinpackaging.com
The convenience model: TOMRAopens in new window
Markus Fraval, TOMRA Collections Strategy Director, highlights competing Container deposit scheme models and Return and Earn’s success.
18
Oct
2019
wastemanagementreview.com.au
Vista Gold sorts Mt Todd ore processing issues with TOMRA’s XRT technologyopens in new window
Vista Gold has turned to TOMRA Sorting Mining’s ore sorting technology to reignite the Mt Todd gold project, in the Northern Territory of Australia.
17
Oct
2019
im-mining.com
BlackRock bets on the circular economy with new fundopens in new window
The new fund is focused on exposure to scrap, recycling and reducing plastic waste.
08
Oct
2019
news.trust.org
Compac InVision TotalView cherry sorting technology used by Apofruitopens in new window
Italian cooperative Apofruit invested in a Compac InVision TotalView cherry sorting platform in 2018 to enhance their ability to deliver consistent quality efficiently. The system was installed in time to save the 2019 cherry season, which got to a terrible start with heavy rains that compromised the quality of the crop.
17
Sep
2019
fruitgrowersnews.com
‘We are at the forefront of tackling food waste’: Tomra sees tech as a catalyst for changeopens in new window
Food waste is a pressing challenge facing the global food sector. Sorting machine manufacturer Tomra Food believes technological advances can be a ‘catalyst for change’.
16
Sep
2019
www.foodnavigator.com
Return and Earn consumer research releasedopens in new window
According to recent Return and Earn consumer research, eight out of 10 residents are satisfied with the New South Wales container deposit scheme (CDS), and over two-thirds believe it contributes to long-term recycling outcomes for the state.
13
Sep
2019
wastemanagementreview.com.au
How Artificial Intelligence Can Transform Food Industryopens in new window
Today, you can hear a lot about AI, as there is no dearth of stories in this space. Most essentially, innovations AI have brought and is likely to bring are worthy to be praised.
13
Sep
2019
www.appfutura.com
Blog: Sailing to the heart of the plastic wastelandopens in new window
‘The ocean is such a special place. We are all connected to it. Growing up along the Norwegian fjords, I spent all my summers on or in the water,’ says Kristine Berg (32). After getting her master’s of science from the Norwegian University of Science & Technology, she became a circular materials consultant at Tomra Sorting. This role prompted her to embark on a trip across the Great Pacific Garbage Patch with 13 other female scientists. The crew set sail from Hawaii last June in what was an exciting, sometimes rocky, maiden voyage. This is her story.
10
Sep
2019
recyclinginternational.com
TOMRA delivers the goods at Stornoway Diamonds’ Renard mineopens in new window
TOMRA’s ore sorting technology has delivered impressive results in its first diamond processing plant application.
04
Sep
2019
im-mining.com
TOMRA CEO: Industry has an opportunity for greater value recoveryopens in new window
TOMRA CEO Stefan Ranstrand shared his perspective on what’s needed to usher in a circular economy.
27
Aug
2019
resource-recycling.com
Sainsbury's launches first glass deposit return scheme trialopens in new window
A trial of reverse vending technology which accepts glass bottles, PET bottles and cans has launched at Sainsbury’s supermarket in Newbury, Berkshire.
27
Aug
2019
www.recyclingwasteworld.co.uk
A commingled solutionopens in new window
RoAF’s automated MRF in Norway offers an innovative way to separate recyclables, organics from waste stream.
14
Aug
2019
www.recyclingtodayglobal.com
Durak Hazelnut Increases its Production Capacity with TOMRA’S Sorting Machinesopens in new window
Durak Hazelnut, the hazelnut industry’s turnover leader, continuously invests in improvements. Now the company has increased its production and export capacity with TOMRA sorting machines.
08
Aug
2019
www.foodbeverageasia.com
Enjoy Better Food with AIopens in new window
The food industry is turning to AI to help decide which combination of many factors go into a successful food product.
08
Aug
2019
www.satoshinakamotoblog.com
Technology is crucial to enhanced sustainabilityopens in new window
While you may think you know what the word ‘sustainability’ means for your business, in reality it isn’t just about introducing environmental initiatives nor is it about standalone Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes.
05
Aug
2019
www.foodreview.co.za
Ore sorting has role to play in ‘Green Mining’ developments, TOMRA saysopens in new window
TOMRA says its advanced sensor-based sorting technologies can provide mining operations with the energy efficiency and ore recovery benefits they require to reduce their environmental footprints.
29
Jul
2019
im-mining.com
UK festival plastic bottle deposit return scheme trial set to launchopens in new window
Norwegian multinational recycling solutions corporation TOMRA has partnered with UK retailer Co-op to improve festival sustainability by launching a deposit-return scheme (DRS) trial with reverse vending machines at Co-op pop-up stores at seven major UK music festivals this summer.
02
Jul
2019
www.packaging-gateway.com
TOMRA and Co-Op launch deposit return scheme for festival go-ersopens in new window
TOMRA has teamed up with Co-op to launch a fully functional deposit return scheme (DRS) trial with RVMs at Co-op’s pop-up stores at seven major UK music festivals.
02
Jul
2019
www.britishplastics.co.uk
TOMRA Food machines make a difference in pistachio processingopens in new window
Kahraman Agriculture, Turkey’s leading pistachio exporter, explains why sorting technologies are essential for product quality.
01
Jul
2019
www.agroworlddergisi.com
TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING HOSTS GLOBAL CONFERENCE TO FOCUS ON RECYCLING PLASTICSopens in new window
Leaders and influencers in the recycling and waste management industries convened June 4-5 at the TOMRA Leads Global Conference 2019 to discuss solutions to the problems posed by plastic waste.
12
Jun
2019
www.foresternetwork.com
Sofia welcomes sorting expertsopens in new window
This week sorting technology provider Tomra invited a group of over 200 delegates from all over the world to meet up in Bulgaria.
07
Jun
2019
recyclinginternational.com