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Sorting tech zooms in on five ‘alloys of interest’

The extraction of purified higher-value alloy streams from non-ferrous metal waste remains a ‘challenging task’ owing to the diversity of…

Powerful magnetic separator by ASGCO further enhances continuous sorting

US firm ASGCO has created the Complete Conveyor Solutions Magnetic Separator which it describes as an overhead magnet and ‘powerful…

Artificial intelligence sorter by Machinex arrives in Illinois

US company Lakeshore Recycling Systems has installed the new Machinex SamurAI waste sorter at its Heartland Recycling Center. It is…

Sorting metals from circuit boards at the speed of sound

US recycler Ronin8, which has developed ‘sonic technology’ that transforms low-grade printed circuit boards into a ‘smelter-ready’ material, has announced…

‘Six-way sorting’ heralds the future of metals recycling

The latest technology innovation from Sense2Sort features ‘six-way sorting’ whereby the user can choose his or her sensor technology and…

Redwave welcomes next generation sorting

Redwave’s 2i sorting system has been equipped with new ‘interactive ‘intelligence’ which can not only be used to directly run…

To sort or not to sort…

Germany – ‘Can you imagine how many different models of mobile phones there are today?’ asked Dr Sven Connemann of…

USA: BHS recovery system to minimise manual sorting

United States – Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) will supply the turnkey system to be installed at RePower South’€™s new recycling…

Smart sorting could save Japan’s car recyclers US$ 287

Japan – Sorting end-of-life car parts into 8 classes could increase recycling rates of alloy elements to over 97% in…

What’s new in sensor-based sorting?

Germany – Sensor-based sorting technologies have come a long way in recent years. And yet, stricter quality demands regarding recyclables…

‘Most advanced’ sorting plants soon opening their doors in Australia

Australia – A total of 40 AutoSort optical sorting units developed by TOMRA Sorting Recycling will be delivered to three…