Waste Sorting Robot from NRT Sees, Thinks and Learns 18.04.2017 14:20 MAX-AI from BHS Brings Next Generation Robotic Sorting to the Recycling Industry Nashville, Tennessee based optical sorting equipment manufacturer, National Recycling Technologies, a part of BHS, has introduced its Max-AI technology - an artificial intelligence that identifies recyclables and other items for recovery. Read more … Versatile Single Shaft Waste Shredder from Austrian Manufacturer 13.04.2017 13:46 Third Generation XR Waste Shredder from UNTHA Austrian shredding equipment manufacturer, UNTHA, has launched the third machine in its series os XR waste shredders. Read more … CIRRUS FiberMax Conveyer Runs at Twice the Speed 10.04.2017 12:41 Faster & More Accurate Opitcal Sorting System for Fibre Recycling from MSS MSS, Inc. – a division of the CP Group, is introducing its next generation fibre sorting technology for the recycling industry, the CIRRUS FiberMax. Read more … BRIC TV Explores the Workings of Sunset Park Recycling Facility 06.04.2017 13:06 VIDEO: Documentary on Sims’ 1000 TPD New York Recycling Facility BRIC TV has published a short documentary looking at Sims Municipal Recycling’s huge Sunset Park recycling facility in New York. Read more … Research into Sorting Food Contact and non-food Contact Plastics 24.03.2017 14:28 VIDEO: Polymark Project to Boost High Value PET Recycling A European project has developed a new technology enabling the identification and sorting of polymers, focusing on PET as a start, in the high-value plastics waste stream. Read more … FCC Environment’s Dallas MRF Recovers 1000 tonnes in First Two Weeks 03.02.2017 14:54 VIDEO: Bollegraaf & Van Dyke Complete 35 TPH Recycling Facility in Dallas Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions and Van Dyk Recycling Solutions, North American distributor of Bollegraaf, Lubo, and TOMRA recycling equipment have completed work on a 35 tonne per hour Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) in Dallas. Read more … ColorPlus-R Allows Sorting of Opaque Objects 26.01.2017 11:04 New NRT Optical Sorting System Allows Separation of Black Plastics for Recycling Nashville, Tennessee based optical sorting systems manufacturer for the recycling industry, NRT, has launched a new system which detects materials based on colour analysis and object recognition and is able to recognise opaque objects, such as black plastics. Read more …
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