TOMRA Sorting Recycling

875 Embarcadero Drive
West Sacramento, CA
US, 95605

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​TOMRA Sorting Recycling introduces AUTOSORT COLOR for separating glass from MSW

TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced AUTOSORT COLOR, a new machine which works in combination with AUTOSORT LASER to separate glass from municipal solid waste (MSW) with unprecedented effectiveness. Even though it is common to collect glass waste separately, a significant amount of recoverable glass remains mixed-in with MSW from households and businesses. AUTOSORT COLOR achieves purity rates greater than 95% at high throughput rates, even when input materials are wet, dusty or dirty.

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Nick Doyle joins TOMRA Sorting Recycling as Sales Manager, West Coast North America

Nick Doyle joins TOMRA Sorting Recycling as Sales Manager, West Coast North America

TOMRA Sorting Recycling, the global supplier of sensor-based sorting equipment, announces that Nick Doyle has joined the TOMRA team as Sales Manager, West Coast North America. In this newly created position that expands sales and customer support of TOMRA's equipment to waste and plastics recycling operations, Doyle will consult directly with TOMRA partners and customers to implement the right sorting solution to improve recycling recovery rates, increase product purity and boost profitability. 

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Metals Recycling

TOMRA Equipment featured at WENDT Tech Center

At the heart of the sorting circuit currently lies two TOMRA sensor-based sorters – COMBISENSE and X-TRACT – for metals cleaning, mixed metals sorting, aluminum upgrading and quality control of various shredded aluminum feed material.

TOMRA Sorting Recycling, supplier of sensor-based sorting equipment, recently installed multiple sorting technologies in the new metal sorting plant at WENDT CORPORATION's Buffalo, N.Y., Technology Center. The new WENDT plant features the latest technologies and processes for cleaning, sorting, and upgrading shredded non-ferrous metals, such as zorba and zurik.

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TOMRA's new-generation X-TRACT features dual processing technology, multi-density channels and application packages

X-TRACT is best known for the sorting of Zorba (shredded mixed nonferrous scrap metals) into aluminum and mixed heavy metals. Design advancements on the new machine now make it possible for X-TRACT to be configured in five different application packages: E-Scrap, Organic, Wood, Aluminum and High-Power-Pack.

TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced a new generation of X-TRACT machine with advanced sorting technology that allows a broader range of market segments to take advantage of its ability to boost purity levels. Today's XTRACT features innovative Dual Processing Technology to enhance final purity levels; multi-density channels for more precise classification and sorting of materials; and a broad range of application packages.

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Paper Recycling

TOMRA Sorting Recycling's new E-book addresses need to improve deinking recycling rates

TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published a new e-book providing advice for businesses who sort paper and cardboard for deinking and recycling. The new online publication addresses the intensifying commercial and regulatory pressures for higher recovery rates of deinked pulp and the fact that meeting these demands will require new technical solutions. The e-book introduces an exceptionally effective new solution.

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Metals Recycling

TOMRA to spotlight X-TRACT and LIBS technologies at Aluminium 2018 Exhibition

TOMRA's X-TRACT separates heavy metals from aluminum alloys with high precision - regardless of the materials' size, moisture, or surface pollution level - achieving aluminum purities of 98-99%, even from a varied mix and with small grain sizes.

TOMRA Sorting Recycling will showcase its sensor-based sorting technologies at Aluminium 2018, the world trade fair and conference, at Messe Düsseldorf, Germany, from October 9-11, 2018. TOMRA's exhibition stand will spotlight the company's X-TRACT machine (shown above), which separates valuable materials from metal waste, and its state-of-the-art LIBS technology, which accurately sorts and separates different aluminum wrought alloys. 

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Plastics Recycling

TOMRA debuts new SHARP EYE technology at NPE 2018

TOMRA's new Autosort LOD (laser object detection) is now available with SHARP EYE technology.

At NPE 2018, the Plastics Show, held in Orlando, May 7-8, TOMRA Sorting Recycling introduced new TOMRA SHARP EYE technology, which makes it possible to separate single-layer PET trays from PET bottles. This enhances the previous capability of TOMRA's AUTOSORT machine to separate multilayer trays. This breakthrough is commercially significant because small but critical differences in the chemical properties of PET food trays and PET bottles mean that they must be separated for equivalent-product recycling. Additionally, artificial intelligence embedded in TOMRA systems also enables seamless analysis of sorted products, making the future plants even smarter.

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​TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING appoints Rick Fenton as sales manager, East Coast North America

​TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING appoints Rick Fenton as sales manager, East Coast North America

TOMRA Sorting Recycling, the global leading supplier of sensor-based sorting equipment, announces the appointment of Rick Fenton as Sales Manager, East Coast North America. In his new position, Fenton will assume the lead role to further develop and implement TOMRA Recycling Americas' short- and long-term sales strategies as well as work directly with TOMRA partners and customers. 

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