Material Recycling Facility Upgraded with Robotics & More in Nine Days 06.06.2018 15:01 BHS’s Max AI Helps Penn Waste Secure SWANA Excellence Award for Recycling Systems A locally owned Pennsylvania based waste and recycling firm, Penn Waste, is to be awarded the Solid Waste Association of North America Silver Excellence Award in the Recycling Systems category. read more … FiberMax Helping Recyclers Meet China’s National Sword Policy 01.06.2018 10:32 VIDEO: Terry Schneider Talks with WMW About CP Group’s Latest Recycling Equipment CP Global CEO & President, Terry Schneider, explains the company's history and recycling equipment, including the the MSS FiberMax optical sorting machine which is helping recycling facilities meet China's strict National Sword policy. read more … Visual Identification System & Total Intelligence Platform on Show 30.05.2018 14:30 VIDEO: Bulk Handling System’s CEO Steve Miller Explains Max-AI at IFAT 2018 Steve Miller, CEO at recycling technology firm Bulk Handling Systems spoke with Waste Management World about the company’s success with its recently launched Max AI platforms. read more … System’s Max-AI Autonomous Quality Control for Paper Sorting 20.04.2018 14:30 BHS Brings Robotic Sorting to Paper Recycling Applications Robotic waste sorting technology from Eugene, Oregon based Bulk Handling System’s Max-AI AQC product line has expanded with the release of the AQC-2 for paper sorting applications. BHS explained read more … Cantilevered Augers Cut Manual Waste Sorting 20.04.2018 14:05 CP Group Announces Anti-Wrapping Non-Blinding Screen for Recycling Facilities San Diego based recycling equipment manufacturer, CP Group, has launched its newest screening technology, the CP Auger Screen. read more … Trips to Coincide with Plast Milan Exhibition 06.04.2018 11:28 Closed Loop PET Bottle Recycling Demonstrations from AMUT & EREMA AMUT and EREMA are inviting guests to watch washed post-consumer PET bottle flakes being recycled in a closed material loop process from 28 to 31 May 2018 at the AMUT headquarters in Novara, Italu. read more … Black Objects & Glass Identified to Boost Paper, Zorba & Zurik Purity 01.03.2018 12:44 TOMRA’s New Laser Object Detection System to Boost Purity at Recycling Facilities TOMRA Sorting has introduced a new Laser Object Detection system that boosts the circuit’s sorting capabilities, allowing waste and scrap recycling operations to reach improved final product purity levels. read more …
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