| The situation of the European Copper Alloy Ingot Makers increased slightly com-pared to the previous year. This was pointed out by the President of OECAM, An-ton Bauer, during the last General Assembly in Vienna.
| Starlinger is presenting a technology at K 2016 that reduces the smell during and after recycling significantly and allows recyclers to “upcycle” their end product.
| Bühler Sortex and National Recovery Technologies (NRT) will be showcasing their complete solution for bottle and flake sorting in at K 2016 in Düsseldorf on the 19-26 October.
| Sesotec intends to present the rapid pro-sense metal separator and the raycon D x-ray inspection system – both fit for “Industrie 4.0”.
| ColorMask is MSS's proprietary illuminated reference technology and is featured in all L-VIS units. The most recent design update features improved sorting accuracy for...
| Singapore’s first vertical waste incinerator, designed to dispose of hazardous waste and chemical waste while saving more space than conventional incinerators, will be ready in February 2017.
| Wilson Bio-Chemical has opened a micro autoclave fibre production plant for turning municipal solid waste into biomass fibre.
| Smurfit Kappa in Euskirchen relies on a PHH core shredder from Höcker Polytechnik to reduce the volume of cores from heavy paper reels.
| Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has announced its plastic identification and removal system, utilizing NRTs Fiberpure optical sorter with the option of a Nihot pneumatic extraction system.
| A company specialising in turning wine industry waste into value add products is helping to drive Australia’s booming craft spirits sector.
| India is one the careless nations which does not seem take waste management seriously. It is rightly termed as a country underdevelopment despite having potential to make the system work by adopting advanced useful methods.
| The irish AMCS group has acquired the dutch software producer GMT from investment company Nedvest.
| The 17th International Automobile Recycling Congress IARC 2017 organized by ICM AG will be held from March 22 – 24, 2017 in the Hotel Palace in Berlin, Germany.
| E science news reports that a team of researchers have discovered a process of extracting cobalt and lithium from waste batteries using natural occuring fungi