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Three projects use sensor-based sorting

Tomra Sorting has been selected as technology provider by plant builder and waste engineering specialist McDonald International for three of its latest projects, where TiTech autosort 4 units will be installed.  

Barna Recycling’s mixed dry recycling plant in Galway, Irish Republic, will use the unit to clean and increase the value of the paper fraction, with plans to add a further unit to enhance its plastics sorting capabilities.  

Plastics recycling company Roydon Group, which produces PET flakes at its recycling facility in Caerphilly, Wales will use the TiTech unit to purify PET before granulation.  

Polypipe’s recycling plant in Horncastle, Lincs, will be able to increase the purity of the PE fraction in a number of products in its range.

Stephen Almond, sales engineer at Tomra Sorting said: “These contracts demonstrate the benefits that sensor-based sorting can offer across a range of applications.”  


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