TOMRA Sorting Solutions to launch new technological innovations at digital live event
The company will hold its first live digital launch event under the motto "Symphony of all Sorts" on June 9
TOMRA Sorting Recycling will hold its first live digital launch event under the motto "Symphony of all Sorts" on June 9 to present new complementary products that create a "harmonized symphony" for sorting all types of waste with high accuracy.
While the demand for recycled products continually increases, recycling rates remain low. This gap makes it imperative to find future-oriented solutions to provide recycled products that meet the highest quality standards and stringent regulations. While the industry continues to navigate today's reality of canceled tradeshows and need for social distancing, TOMRA Sorting Recycling continuously acknowledges its responsibility and responds innovatively to the global waste problem by introducing a new generation of technological advances online.
On June 9 at 8 a.m. EDT, TOMRA Sorting Recycling will guide the participants through the various parts of the symphony and its "instruments." Numerous lively presentations introducing the product innovations and the concept of the symphony will be complemented by an extensive question and answer session with TOMRA experts.
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