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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