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09
September
2019
| 18:23 Europe/Amsterdam
As part of the long-term alliance, Marel and TOMRA Food will
05
September
2019
| 10:27 Europe/Amsterdam
Stornoway Diamonds is a leading Canadian diamond exploration and
21
August
2019
| 15:34 Europe/Amsterdam
The circular economy is transforming the way we use and reuse
25
July
2019
| 14:30 Europe/Amsterdam
Wimbledon successfully went even greener this summer with its first
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

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