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Sorting pilot leads the way in southern Spain

The Granada region in the south of Spain is host to an innovative sorting facility to save plastics from landfill….

Major sorting plant boosts Brazil’s recycling potential

Recycling tech expert Stadler has caught a big fish in Brazil by signing an agreement with waste management major Orizon…

What’s next in the world of sensor-based sorting?

The ninth edition of the Sensor-Based Sorting & Control Conference is taking place in Aachen, Germany, from April 13 to…

Remotely keeping an eye on sorting performance

If one thing the pandemic has made clear, it is the importance of smarter and remote servicing. Sorting tech expert…

Greater operational reliability and more sorting options with Steinert XSS T EVO 5.0

In situations, for example, where recovered, recycled aluminium is being used to produce new products, aluminium manufacturers need their secondary…

Recycleye on mission to remove ‘dull, dirty, dangerous’ sorting jobs

How recyclables are sorted is becoming ever more important as waste streams become more diverse and contaminated. According to Victor…

New sorting line to boost Ibiza’s recycling rates

Worldwide, islands struggle with waste management and Ibiza is no exception. At the height of the coronavirus crisis, the Spanish…

Matanya Horowitz: Shaping the future of smart sorting

Smart sorting solutions are slowly but surely taking over recycling plants and they are here to stay, according to AMP…

AMP Robotics looks to push the boundaries of artificial intelligence in sorting

US recycling technology company AMP Robotics Corp. has launched a second pilot to advance robotic sorting systems. The Denver-based artificial…

Swedish textiles recyclers say farewell to manual sorting

A fully automated textiles sorting line – claimed to be the world’s first – is to ramp up capacity and…

Chemical recycling ‘last resort’

Chemical recycling has a role to play in a circular economy but should be a last resort for plastics and…