The varying and constantly changing composition of waste materials poses a challenge for designers of sorting plants, which need to deliver consistently high purity rates while managing an increasing degree of complexity.
The Ferrero Group is making further strides in its commitment to making 100% of packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. As part of this journey, the business has announced new global partnerships with HolyGrail 2.0 and Consumer Goods Forum (CGF).
With an eye to the future, Stadler recently signed an agreement with Orizon Valorização de Resíduos to build the largest mechanical sorting plant in Brazil.
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.
Tomra Recycling, the global leading supplier of sensor-based sorting solutions, announces Ty Rhoad as the new Regional Director Americas, taking over for Carlos Manchado Atienza.
Stadler has designed and installed the new 50,000 m2 mechanical waste sorting plant that will serve the island of Ibiza.
Expansion and globalisation of recycling activities to be expedited between now and 2025
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.
2020 has been a busy year at Amut and we expect the new one to be even better. Our group has been working efficiently bagging several contracts which have been successfully delivered, in spite of the difficulties posed by a year like no others.
In 2019, Stadler UK Limited was appointed by Viridor as one of two main contract partners for the £15.4m upgrade of its Masons Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) near Ipswich, modernising the facility as part of a ten-year Viridor-Suffolk County Council contract renewal.
The new facility will play a dual role as a test center for customer demonstrations and training, and as an innovation center housing Stadler’s Research and Development activities focused on the plastic sorting process.
On 5 November 2019, Tomra Collection Solutions unleashed a recycling innovation that was years in the making: the Tomra R1 reverse vending machine (RVM).