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Coming soon: new tech by Tomra inspired by music

Today’s global waste recycling problems aren’t going away just because worries over a pandemic fade, cautions German sorting specialist Tomra. That’s why the tech company is introducing a new generation of technological innovations during an exclusive live event called ‘Symphony of all Sorts’.

Just as citizens are taking responsibility by social distancing, recycling players must commit to investing in cutting-edge equipment to help boost recycling results, Tomra insists. Its first digital conference will be held on 9 June (2pm CEST) to give companies a push in the right direction.

The new sorting advancements to be presented are likened to a musical composition – a symphony of technology – consisting of several different components and sections together forming a solution. Following the product launch, there is time for a Q&A session to answer any questions online visitors may have.

‘Our new complementary products form a perfectly harmonised symphony to sort all types of waste with high accuracy and sophistication,’ says company ceo Tom Eng.

You can register for the live event here.

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