By P. Raschio , S. Hunt– Municipal waste contains a high percentage of materials, whose recycling can be profitable due to the substitute of (limited) resources as well as saving valuable dump space. In Perth, Western Australia, a highly advanced facility has just gone operative. Continue reading Transforming Waste to Value! Municipal Recovery Facility safes Resources and Dump Space
Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany – TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced “Autosort Color”, a new machine which works in combination with “Autosort Laser” to separate glass from municipal solid waste with unprecedented effectiveness. According to TOMRA, Autosort color achieves purity rates greater than 95% at high throughput rates, even when input materials are wet, dusty or dirty.
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Downers Grove (IL), USA and Walla Walla (WA), USA – Global engineered equipment and automation solutions provider Duravant LLC has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Key Technology, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of digital sorting, inspection, conveying and processing equipment.
Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany — SKM Recycling (SKM), headquartered in Laverton North, Victoria, Australia, has selected TOMRA Sorting Recycling (TOMRA) to supply 40 AUTOSORT units with the latest features and new 3D laser technology for three new sorting facilities. To meet the constantly changing demands in the market, SKM is building three new plants to process over 350,000 tonnes of kerbside collected material, also called single stream, per year.
Canberra (ACT), Australia — CSIRO’s partnership with industry players Advisian and RFC Ambrian to produce the next generation bulk ore sorting technology is now being closely looked at by potential buyers. NextOre, the company being formed by the three partners, has developed an advanced sensor system that takes advantage of magnetic resonance technology. It illuminates batches of ore with short pulses of radio waves, assessing ore grade and enabling high tonnage sorting at extremely high speeds.
Every day, the Process Technology company division takes a new approach to the complex requirements of the market. With its core brands of Allgaier, Mogensen, Gosag and Mozer as well as a global presence in more than 30 countries, this division delivers both standardized and individually produced systems and machines for industrial washing, drying, cooling, screening and sorting.
BEUMER will be exhibiting as a system supplier
At CeMAT (May 31 to June 3, Hanover) BEUMER will be demonstrating the company’s extensive expertise as a solution supplier not only for sorting and distribution equipment, but also for integrated packaging and intralogistics systems. To its highly efficient filling, palletizing and packaging installations, BEUMER supplies the matching components for implementing material flow systems for each particular sector. The customer gets everything from one source – including the software. Continue reading BEUMER Group at CeMAT 2016