recycling technology

An important business and innovation platform for recycling and environmental technology, the event enjoys increasing popularity. 'Compared to the last edition, the number of exhibitors has risen by...
Materials complexity is ‘a great concern’ for the global recycling industry, affirmed Dr Gert Homm at the annual Recycling Technik trade show in Dortmund. Currently, less than 1% of high-capacity...
As the world at large increases the use of nuclear power, there is a need for improved extraction agents for nuclear waste separations and recycling technologies, so argues Steve Liddle, head of...
Manfred Beck succeeded in building from scratch a leading trade magazine for the global recycling industries. Beck started Recycling International in 1998. He worked 18 years as publisher and editor...
Introduction:Manfred Beck, Publisher/editor Recycling TechnologyForeword:Christian Ekberg, Chairmen of Recycling Technology's Scientific Commitee
The unique design of UniSensor’s 360 unit combines eight high performance sorters in a single machine, arranged in a circle. This set-up grants the system an effective scanning width of four...
According to latest available data from Eurostat, the Netherlands generated 475kg of municipal waste per person in 2014, of which 25% was recycled and another 27% was incinerated. While many member...
Both AMCS and GMT provide software and technology designed to increase the efficiency and productivity of waste recovery, recycling and reuse. With its main operations in Europe, North America and...
Size-reduction specialist Weima will attend the flagship event to premiere its all-new WKS single-shaft shredder series with 1400, 1800 (on display) and 2200 mm working widths. The machines have been...
General Kinematics Corporation has had a presence in India since 2008 with its liaison office in New Delhi. But with the growth of its business and customer base in the region, it has decided to...
The high-speed, two-ram baler series is said to maximise density while reducing operating costs. A ‘unique’ pre-fill device increases main ram cycle speed in both forward and reverse...
When heated, the food-contact-compliant melt produced by Erema’s VACUREMA technology runs directly into the XTREME production process developed by SIPA to make preforms in a single step. This...
The event offers industry professionals the opportunity to learn about innovative, sustainable waste management and recycling solutions. It will include a comprehensive seminar programme featuring...
‘The launch of our three new shredders proves that Lindner’s main focus is on flexibility,’ announced Lindner Recyclingtech’s product manager Stefan Scheiflinger. ‘The...
A well-known issue is that the sensors of traditional optical sorting machines have been unable to distinguish the different types of black plastics from one another, because the soot used to blacken...
According to NRT, the new design represents ‘a culmination’ of customer feedback and years of research and development aimed at improving recovery rates using company equipment. ‘...
The so-called Sicon-e concept consists of a ‘flexible and high-capacity’ modular system which is capable of handling ‘a wide variety’ of materials. The EcoShred® Vertec...
Increasingly, recycling machinery and technology providers around the globe invest a lot of energy and money into their test facilities, offering customers the opportunity to put material processing...
'Turning tyres back into tyres - that is the only way to considerably broaden the market for recycled rubber,' said Dr Wilma Dierkes at the European Tyre Recycling Association's recent annual...
Claimed to be the largest facility of its kind in the Middle East, the plant has the capacity to process more than 500 000 tonnes of municipal solid waste annually. BHS will implement its 'latest and...
The latest of the biannual Sensor-Based Sorting congresses focused once again on some of the breakthrough technologies addressing the sorting and separation of various materials. This article takes a...
Following the launch of Recycling Technology in October 2015, we received many emails and phone calls. Many researchers and companies told us they very much liked the magazine, notably the high...
The robotic pickers are to increase efficiency and reduce costs of waste sorting. ZenRobotics' ceo Timo Taalas comments: 'Robotic sorting is rapidly transforming the waste industry and we are pleased...
'For our customers in North America, this move means shorter lead times, lower freight charges and less potential equipment downtime waiting for parts,' comments Bob Pfeffer, Product Manager, Shears...
The acquisition by the Dutch bank was completed on 18 November. Bollegraaf has stated that the new shareholders intend to ‘strengthen the position of the Bollegraaf Recycling Solution Group and...
If you have a good idea - at least you think it’s a good idea - and have the possibility of executing it, that gives you plenty of satisfaction. But when it becomes an overnight success story, that...
The conference and expo will take place from 5 to 7 April 2016 in the Bulgarian capital Sofia. The programme will cover anything from legislation, materials recovery methods, waste treatment and...
Introduction:Manfred Beck, Publisher/editor Recycling TechnologyForeword:Prof. Dr. Christian Ekberg, Chairmen of Recycling Technology's Scientific Commitee
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