| The family company P.U.H. Kondzłomex Szymon Woźny has been collecting and recycling secondary raw materials such as waste paper and foil for over 20 years.
| Industrial shredder manufacturer Untha is predicting that 2020 will be the biggest year yet for its Polish subsidiary, as the waste market continues to boom.
| The 3D combi type screening machine from the screening machine manufacturer Spaleck is shaping a new class of separation cut quality.
| The demand for plastics is increasing worldwide, and more and more waste is consequently being generated.
| Stadler has completed commissioning of a new beverage packaging sorting plant it designed and built for Dansk Retursystem in Taastrup, Denmark.
| With support from the Mava Foundation, Circle Economy has announced the Circle City Scan Tool.
| The new Steinert Chutec chute sorter rounds off the portfolio of sensor- based sorting equipment for non-ferrous metals and allows heavy metals right down to a size of 5 mm to be sorted.
| Recycling, conservation of resources and genuine circular economy are central philosophies of Roither Maschinenbau, Seewalchen/Austria.
| The disposal of cardboard packaging is one of the tasks in the industry, to which little attention is paid.
| The first snapshot of the findings from one of the largest ever commercially funded quantitative studies into business recycling and waste management across Europe are published today by Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) EMEA.
| The swedish watchmaker Triwa has launched a series of watches made from recycled ocean plastic.
| Global Recycling Day 2020 has arrived and, although the world rightly focuses on its response to COVID-19, we encourage people around the world to remember the importance of recycling and to recognise the individuals, communities and businesses – some world renowned some unknown - who are the forefront of recycling innovation and best practice.
| Thyssenkrupp Rasselstein and Hoffmann Neopac want to make new food cans from used cans, crown corks and twist-off closures.
| The Fibersort machine is ready to start valorizing global textile waste, sorting ~900 kgs of post-consumer textiles per hour, enabling a closed textiles loop.