Tomra - TOMRA LEADS!!! Dette ER fantastisk! 💰


Jeg har nettopp postet to nye innlegg på denne tråden, i dag 12.06.19 henholdsvis 20:57 og 20:58 hvis innhold er så fantastisk i et Tomra-perspektiv at jeg velger å oppjustere overskriften ved å tilføye: TOMRA LEADS!!! Leser dere disse to innleggene, skjønner dere hvorfor og at TOMRA LEADS på ingen måte er noen overdrivelse. God fornøyelse. :)



Lekker ut mer fra onsdagens event i Sofia. Mener på fullt alvor at dette virker å være helt fantastisk. Det skrikes jo ut over hele verden etter løsninger når det gjelder akkurat dette! Sier ikke mer. Da er eneste mulighet å lese artikkelen og selv gjøre dere opp en mening. Ergo hevder jeg at dette ikke er haussing. Dollarsekken er humoristisk ment. Ingen kan si sikkert hva som skjer på børs. Det som er sikkert er at Tomras rolle er tilbyder av nødvendig teknologi, konsultasjon og oppfølging. Da.er det oppmuntrende at de som benytter seg av teknologien, sier dette om sluttproduktene i egen produksjon: ‘Our recyclates are selling like hot bread,’ Ziogas says with a smile.



Live from Bulgaria: World Environment Day

Plastics – Kirstin Linnenkoper – June 6, 2019

https://recyclinginternational.com/plastics/live-from-bulgaria-world-environment-day/



Mer fra.i dag:

https://forum.hegnar.no/thread/29651/view

Redigert 14.06.2019 kl 00:03 Du må logge inn for å svare

He, he. Hadde håpet en litt underfundig, nattlig vinkling, ville skape litt oppmerksomhet rundt denne fantastiske nyheten om Tomras samarbeid med Integra Plastics, et samarbeid som altså resulterer i resirkulert plastikk med en renhetsgrad på 99.5% (!!!) og enorm etterspørsel , men den gang ei. Fastholder med styrke at nyheten er fantastisk og potensialet tilnærmet uendelig. Det er jo selvsagt all mulig grunn til å anta at industriaktørene innen resirkulering som var tilstede under Tomras "happening" hos Integra Plastics i går, lot seg imponere og inspirere når det gjelder fremtidige muligheter... Fra artikkel linket i trådstart:



More than 52% of plastic scrap is being recycling in Bulgaria. This makes the country one of the top performers considering the average EU recycling rate is only 42%. Sorting specialist Tomra organised an exclusive plastics recycling event in Sofia to showcase its recycling equipment running at the new Integra Plastics plant.

Start-up recycling firm Integra Plastics opened its doors yesterday to a group of more than 200 delegates. The special occassion was a tour of the brand-new EUR 40 million plastics recycling facility in Elin Pelin, a small town on the outskirts of Sofia. The ‘unique’ site opened in February and is running successfully, handling 30 000 tonnes of post-consumer plastics.

Our specialty is the production of top quality low density polyethylene, high density polyethylene and polypropylene granules – in various colours,’ says Kostas Ziogas, sales & supplies director. He collaborated intensively with sorting technology specialist Tomra to optimise the plant. ‘We are now able to achieve a purity of 99.5% thanks to Tomra,’ he adds. Most of the input comes from Germany. Integra is also in talks with big players in Scandinavia and the Netherlands to source more plastic scrap and widen its circular impact.

The new facility features a line with five different steps; pre-sorting, optical sorting , washing, drying and extrusion. The recycling site operates 24/7, supported by a crew of 85 people. Plastic pellets make up around 65% of the final product. ‘Our recyclates are selling like hot bread,’ Ziogas says with a smile.



Om Integra Plastics:

https://integra-plastics.com/



Vet jo at noen av dere setter pris på det jeg poster om Tomra selv om det stort sett er steindødt på forumet hva angår debatt og meningsutvekslinger rundt selskapet. Synd, da det er lett å argumentere for at Tomra er Norges mest spennende og potente børsnoterte selskap, men på dette forumet får jo selvsagt "pennystocks"/tradingstocks som raskt kjøres opp og ned 10 - 15% mest oppmerksomhet. Ser for meg at jeg fortsetter "monologene" mine om Tomra ei uke eller to, men så blir det fort litt sommerferie. Forsvinner jeg fra forumet ei stund, betyr det definitivt ikke at jeg forsvinner fra aksjen. Her blir jeg sittende. Lenge. ☺
Redigert 06.06.2019 kl 12:22 Du må logge inn for å svare

Når det gjelder selskapsspesifikke nyheter i 2019, rangerer jeg innblikket Tomra her gir oss når det gjelder sitt strategiske samarbeid med Integra Plastics svært høyt. Tenker også at man har lignende samarbeid gående annetsteds, f.eks. i Kina. Når man siden oppstarten i februar allerede har nådd en renhetsgrad på imponerende 99.5% når det gjelder produsert, resirkulert plastikkråvare, er ikke veien til 100% veldig lang. Så her snakker vi sirkulær økonomi/circular economy, bokstavelig talt. Dermed passer det veldig godt å poste nyheten om at Tomras CEO Stefan Ranstrand spilte en meget sentral rolle under eksklusive og prestisjetunge "World Circular Economy Forum" i Helsinki, Finland, 3. - 5.juni, på denne tråden. Stefan både presenterte som foredragsholder og deltok i paneldebatt rundt tematikken “plastics and a circular bio-economy”.



TOMRA’S CEO DISCUSSES PLASTIC WASTE SOLUTIONS AT WORLD CIRCULAR ECONOMY FORUM

Plastic waste was top of the agenda at the prestigious World Circular Economy Forum this week. TOMRA’s President and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, presented at the invitation-only event and debated in a panel on solving the plastics waste crisis.

06 June 2019


Held in Helsinki, Finland, from June 3-5, the World Circular Economy Forum is an exclusive annual event organised by the Finnish Innovation Fund, which brings together key circular economy influencers from around the world.

This year, hundreds of representatives from business and government gathered to collaborate on innovations and ideas to achieve a circular economy.

Stefan was very pleased to participate in the panel discussion on “plastics and a circular bio-economy.” He was joined by three leading thinkers from Finnish renewable products provider Kotkamills and technical research centre VTT, as well as the Chinese Reuse and Recycling Association.

During the discussion, Stefan shed a light on the plastic waste crisis currently facing the world and explored the impact that collaborative action and innovative technology can make. There are huge financial, social and environmental opportunities to be found in “closing the loop” on plastics and creating a circular economy.

Presenting to delegates at the World Circular Economy Forum, Stefan said: “Plastic is undoubtedly the workhorse material of the modern economy. It has unrivalled functionality and is cheap to produce, but as its popularity continues to rise so does the amount of waste and pollution.”

“Plastics are a major source of waste in landfills. Every year eight tonnes of plastic leak into the ocean, meaning there are 150 tonnes in the ocean today and by 2050 there is estimated to be more plastic in the ocean than fish, by weight.”

“TOMRA’s sensor-based solutions are helping to stem this tide and have a positive effect around the world. Our reverse vending machines collect 40 billion containers globally, and our sorting technology efficiently sorts mixed waste, reducing landfill pollution and creating economic opportunities.”

“However, in order to truly make an impact on the current plastic waste crisis, businesses and governments must collaborate to stop plastics leaking into and polluting the environment. With around 95 per cent of plastic packaging material value lost to the economy, we need to unlock this economic potential and unleash up to $85bn into the global economy each year.”

Stefan concluded by setting out TOMRA’s ambitious vision for increasing closed-loop recycling. He added: “Currently only two percent of plastic packaging is closed-loop recycled. We want this to be 30 percent by 2030.”

“We believe this can be achieved, in large part through smart solutions for optimizing resources. Sourcing them, stewarding them, reclaiming them, recycling and revitalizing them. To make the most effective use of our resources and ensure protect the planet for years to come.”

For more insights from TOMRA on the resource revolution, visit: https://www.tomra.com/en/about-us/our-mission.

https://www.tomra.com/en/news-and-media/news/2019/tomra-ceo-participates-in-panel-at-world-circular-economy-forum
Redigert 06.06.2019 kl 22:59 Du må logge inn for å svare
Oyod
06.06.2019 kl 23:35 2574

Kanonbra lesing, takk!
voila
07.06.2019 kl 06:55 2495

Du holder koken kommentatoren, og det er vi takknemlige for.

Leser i VG i dag at plastikksøppel i Middelhavet holder på å kvele hele området, og dvs at disse landene har bruk for Tomras teknologi i høyeste grad.
https://www.vg.no/reise/i/kJKO0v/ny-wwf-rapport-sa-mye-bidrar-turistene-til-plastforspling-i-middelha?utm_source=vgfront&utm_content=row-9

Enormt kjekt å lese at TOMRA samarbeider med alle de STORE!! Bedre og mer lovende kan det vel ikke bli :-)

Ser vi 280.- i dag?

Ha en strålende helg alle TOMRA aksjonærer!!

Investor

Billedserie fra onsdagens Tomra-event i produksjonsanlegget til Integra Plastics. Magi! Se med egne øyne hvordan Tomras sorteringsteknologi lager "gull av gråstein" (les: lager kommersielt sterkt etterspurt, resirkulert plastråvare av 99.5% renhetsgrad av blandet plastavfall).



Sofia welcomes sorting experts

Gallery – Kirstin Linnenkoper – June 7, 2019

https://recyclinginternational.com/gallery/sofia-welcomes-sorting-experts/


Redigert: Nå er linken til galleri/billedserie korrekt

Redigert 07.06.2019 kl 11:36 Du må logge inn for å svare

Da har jeg lest VG-artikkelen du linker voila. Forstemmende lesning. Det er jo bare så nitrist, og vi vet jo at tilstandene er enda mye verre i andre deler av verden. Er selvsagt ikke bærekraftig å fortsette å destruere kloden vil lever på og av på denne måten. Heldigvis skjer det nå en ekstrem oppvåkning. Tomra har ingen klar no. 2 konkurrent innen teknologi for sortering av plast for resirkulering. For meg synes det helt opplagt at Tomra kommer til å få veldig mye å gjøre og hendene fulle i mange år fremover, overalt på kloden, når det gjelder dette. Tomras strategiske samarbeid med Integra Plastics som trådstart handler om, er nok et glimrende eksempel på prosjekter vi kommer til å se mange av, i så måte.
Redigert 07.06.2019 kl 13:21 Du må logge inn for å svare

Man blir litt forundret over aksjonærene i denne...noen forstår ikke papiret.
wwbwb
07.06.2019 kl 14:20 2226

Vel noen er skremt av at Tomra har gått nesten 500% de siste 5 årene. Ikke noe skremmende i det, men når publikum ikke setter seg inn i selskapet, leser historien rundt Tomra og har skylapper for verdens største problem. Vel da er det dem om det. De kunne jo ganske enkelt følge Kommentatoren`s opplysende tråder med kommentarer og sjekke kvaliteten. Selv har jeg ikke funnet feil.
De som er litt orientert og vet hva Tomra står for gleder seg over sine investeringer i selskapet og føler samtidig at de en smule løsningsorientert sammen med Tomra for verdens største problem.
Det er godt å være Tomra aksjonær og fornuftig.


TOM:TAR DEL I GLOBAL ALLIANSE FOR BEKJEMPELSE AV PLASTAVFALL (14:04)
Oslo (TDN Direkt): Tomra tar del i en global allianse bestående av nær 30 medlemmer som har som formål å bekjempe plastavfall, ifølge en melding fra selskapet fredag.
Alliansen "Alliance to end plastic waste" har forpliktet seg til å investere 1,5 milliarder dollar de neste fem årene i prosjektet for å minimere og håndtere plastavfall, samt å promotere resirkulerbar plast, heter det i meldingen.
PSP, finans@tdn.no
TDN Direkt, +47 21 95 60 70
Redigert 07.06.2019 kl 14:31 Du må logge inn for å svare

Det hadde jo vært en ide for Tomra, som børsnotert selskap, at de informerte aksjonærene om vesentlige hendelser i selskapet. Ikke bare kvartalstall.

500% på 5 år er vel ingenting for et suksess-selskap, som bare er i begynnelsen av hva potensialet er.

Hjemmesiden. Her kan man se fra lanseringen i London.



ALLIANCE TO END PLASTIC WASTE

https://endplasticwaste.org

Det er vel ikke slik man skal opptre som et børsnotert selskap. All kursdrivende informasjon skal publiseres, slik at alle aksjonærer kan få informasjonen samtidig. En hjemmeside er et sted slikt publiseres parallelt med informasjonen. Eller etterpå.

Ikke enig moneymachine. Tomra leverer glimrende kvartalspresentasjoner og avholdt en fantastisk Capital Markets Day høsten 2018 (Alle bør få med seg den! Ligger som webcast på Tomras investorsider/investor relations). Selv liker jeg dårlig selskaper som børsmelder "alt og ingenting".

Tomra er forøvrig kåret til Nordens beste på finasiell kommunikasjon:

https://www.affarsvarlden.se/bors-ekonominyheter/lista-har-ar-bolagen-som-ar-bast-pa-finansiell-kommunikation-6886552
Redigert 07.06.2019 kl 17:02 Du må logge inn for å svare

Nå har snart halve 2019 gått, og ekstremt mye skjer som Tomra er involvert i. Hvor mange børsmeldinger er ute, og om man ser bort fra meldinger relatert til kvartalstall og årsrapport, hvor mange er igjen? At IR er såååååå bra forundrer meg at noen kan mene.

At aksjen på en god blå dag, med tanke på alt det positive fokuset omkring selskapet, stiger skarve 0,22% er besynderlig. Også får man disse irrasjonelle dagene med 2-4% stigning, som kommer ut av intet.
Redigert 07.06.2019 kl 19:31 Du må logge inn for å svare

1 + 1 = 2 == Tomra er så fantastisk posisjonert innen megatrenden resirkulering av plast at det knapt er begripelig...!!!

Sjelden har det vært enklere å argumentere for en påstand. Jeg gjør det over to innlegg. Dette og det neste på denne tråden.

Her har vi en artikkel fra RECYCLING TODAY med nye detaljer som til fulle belyser hvor signifikant og betydningsfull "Tomra Leads" konferansen om plast er innen industrien (artikkelen bør leses i sin helhet! Følg linken). Delegatene fra 31 nasjoner fikk altså også demonstrert dagens absolutte "state of the art" sorteringsteknologi for resirkulering av blandet plastavfall, i regi av Tomra, på Ingtera Plastics splitter nye produksjonsanlegg til 40 millioner euro. Integra Plastics oppnår en renhetsgrad på 99.5% (!!!) for sine sluttprodukt (forskjellige typer resirkulert plast). Følg med til neste innlegg når dere har fordøyd dette...



Tomra’s global conference focuses on plastics recycling

Industry leaders share solutions for tackling plastic scrap, conference attendees tour $40M plastics recycling plant in Bulgaria.

June 11, 2019
Posted by Kelly Maile


Leaders in the recycling and waste management industries discussed solutions to the problems posed by plastic scrap at the Tomra Leads Global Conference 2019 June 4-5 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

With the theme “Recycling in a Plastic World,” the two-day event focused on trends and innovations throughout the plastic value chain. More than 200 delegates from 31 countries were also given the opportunity to see how Germany-based Tomra Sorting Recycling's technologies recover reusable materials from household waste at Elin Pelin, Bulgaria-based Integra Plastics’ new 40-million-euro plastics recycling plant.

The third biannual Tomra Leads event was “designed to share knowledge and accelerate progress in recycling and waste management” through keynote speeches, presentations, discussions and networking opportunities, Tomra says in a news release.

“The Tomra Leads conferences are proving to be a useful and popular forum for the exchange of information and ideas,” says Tom Eng, senior vice president and head of Tomra Sorting Recycling. “The focus of this year’s event was something which deeply concerns hundreds of millions of people all over the world: What can be done to tackle the discarded plastic piling up at landfill sites, drifting in oceans and killing marine life. The conference showed how recycling plastic [scrap] has a vital role to play, and how, at the same time as benefiting the environment, this is also a commercial opportunity.”

On the second day of the conference, speakers shared expert insights into the direction of the recycling market, the circular economy and the role of virgin materials and financial investment models. Eng opened the conference with a welcome speech titled, “The future of recycling—Are you ready?”

...

On a tour of Integra Plastics, which opened February 2019, conference attendees learned the new plant employs 85 people and 14 Tomra Autosort machines. One Autosort is combined with the laser object direction (LOD) system and two were designed for the plant to sort out black film plastics. The facility has capacity to recycle 40,000 tons of mixed-color postconsumer film plastics per year.

Integra’s specialty is the production of high-quality recycled low-density polyethylene (LDPE), high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene (PP) granules. Attendees were shown Integra’s entire process for plastic recycling, which starts with plastic scrap arriving in bales and cut by a large shredder.

The shredded material moves along more than one kilometer of conveyor belts, where a magnet and a screen filter out unwanted materials, including metals. The material is then sorted by Tomra machines into six streams, by polyolefin type and color. After hot washing and drying, the plastic flakes are cleaned of any remaining impurities, colors and materials through additional Tomra units before being forwarded for regranulation, where plastics are compressed, melted, filtered, degassed, homogenized and made into pellets.

The pellets are packed into 1-ton bags, ready for reuse in a wide range of applications. At the facility, Integra produces customized resin qualities, including different material grades combined with different colors.

https://www.recyclingtoday.com/article/tomra-leads-global-conference-focuses-on-plastic-scrap/
Redigert 12.06.2019 kl 21:41 Du må logge inn for å svare

I denne generelle artikkelen fra RECYCLING PORTAL redgjøres det for hvilken teknologi som er aller viktigst for å raffinere plastavfall optimalt/resirkulere plastavfall til ny plast av høyeste kvalitet. Du har kanskje gjettet rett? Svaret er sorteringsteknologien. Sammenhold så denne artikkelen med demo'en av Tomras sorteringsteknologi i "state of the art" produksjonsanlegget til Integra Plastics under "Tomra Leads" som er beskrevet i artikkelen som er gjengitt i foregående innlegg på tråden. Da har dere regnestykket og svaret:

1 + 1 = 2 == Tomra er så fantastisk posisjonert innen megatrenden resirkulering av plast at det knapt er begripelig...!!!

Ytterligere kommentarer bør være overflødige. Vil bare anføre at også Tomras innsamlingsteknologi/pantesystemer (hvis globale markedsandel utgjør ca.. 80%!!!) er av uvurderlig verdi når det gjelder å fremskaffe/produsere resirkulert plast av høyeste renhetsgrad i en sirkulær økonomi (circular economy)/closed loop modell fordi plast innsamlet på denne måten er minimalt tilsmusset og derfor er av høy renhetsgrad allerde i utganspunktet.



Establishing highly refined plastic packaging waste streams

12. Juni 2019152

Plastics Recyclers Europe releases guidance on quality sorting of plastic packaging.


Plastic packaging represents the biggest share of the European plastic demand, and consequently, of the waste that is generated and collected for recycling in Europe. However, today only 42 per cent of plastic packaging waste is recycled in Europe, highlighting the need for more sustainable and effective waste management practices. In order to recapture the true value of packaging and transform it into new high-quality product, the industry must focus on optimising the current reprocessing practices of this valuable resource. Increasing the amount, and more importantly, the quality of recycled output is among other factors directly affected by the quality of sorting practices. It is imperative, therefore, to ensure that the value of packaging materials treated at the sorting facilities is fully optimised to ultimately secure high-quality input for recyclers.

The Plastics Recyclers Europe guidance provides an overview of the best sorting practices and presents a basic configuration that is indispensable for the adequate sorting of plastic packaging waste. To optimise the output quality, in a sorting facility plastic packaging should be automatically sorted through a series of consecutive steps, increasing the efficiency as well as the effectiveness of establishing highly refined waste streams. Removing contamination and sorting out packaging according to polymer types, and optionally by colour and product categories, is a prerequisite for securing high-quality recycling input. Furthermore, the guidance advocates a standardisation, as well as harmonisation of such sorting practices, as this would ensure a more uniform and reliable flow of materials towards recycling facilities.

Plastics Strategy highlights the importance of quality sorting as “essential to avoid introducing contaminants in the recycling streams and retain high safety standards for recycled materials.” In Europe, the groundwork, however, has been laid out as high-quality sorting practices that could be EU-wide implemented do exist already. The challenge, nevertheless, is to create a system where all the complementing steps, such as separate packaging waste collection, harmonised sorting standards and bales quality checks are optimised and equally enforced at the Member State level.

It is thus essential to promote the separate collection of plastic packaging waste, and at the same time to create standards which will promote best practices in sorting and bales specifications for sorted plastic packaging waste. With these efforts, we can genuinely capture the value of plastic waste and transform it into new high-quality products, produced in accordance with the highest European safety standards. High-quality sorting of plastic packaging waste will lead to an increased productivity and improved cost-efficiency of the recycling processes, resulting in the production of high-quality recyclates. Such measures are essential if the industry is to move closer towards circular economy.

Source: Plastics Recyclers Europe

https://recyclingportal.eu/Archive/48766.
Redigert 12.06.2019 kl 21:42 Du må logge inn for å svare

Enestående!!! Dette trenger ikke mer forklaring en dette. TOMRA er ledende i alle segmenter. Og avstanden til de andre blir bare større og større!!

Dere sitter på en DIAMANT som pusses finere og finere for hver dag som går ;-)

Investor
Redigert 13.06.2019 kl 07:57 Du må logge inn for å svare

Og som med alle diamanter, blir den nok solgt på et tidspunkt!! Man kan jo bare tenke på hva den prisen vil være ;-)

Investor

Diamanter ja. Må bare smette innom og ta imot den ballen du spiller der KanonBra5... :)

For hvor stor del av Norges voksne befolkning skal vi tippe har kunnskap om at Tomra også er de som finner verdens største diamanter ved hjelp av sin XRT (sorterings)teknologi? Jeg tipper < 1 promille. I tillegg har Tomras XRT teknologi revolusjonert gruvedrift generelt! Vi snakker effektivisering når det gjelder bruk av energi og vann som igjen genererer økt lønnsomhet og markant lavere klimaavtrykk.



TOMRA XRT TECHNOLOGY RECOVERS 1,758 CARAT DIAMOND

TOMRA Sorting Mining is pleased to announce one of the largest diamonds in recorded history, an unbroken 1,758 carat stone, was recovered by TOMRA XRT sensor technology commissioned by Lucara Diamond Corp at its Karowe Mine in Botswana.

https://www.tomra.com/en/sorting/mining/mining-news/2019/tomra-xrt-technology-recovers-1758-carat-diamond


Tomra Sorting Mining:

https://www.tomra.com/nb-no/sorting/mining



Kan forøvrig røpe at jeg har flere nyheter i ermet hvorav én virkelig kruttsterk, men det får vente til en litt seinere anledning.
Redigert 13.06.2019 kl 14:09 Du må logge inn for å svare

Som dere kan lese på slutten av foregående innlegg på denne tråden, lover jeg å komme med en skikkelig supernyhet om Norges superselskap Tomra Systems. Her er den. Dette som skjer nå, er nemlig helt fantastisk. Det er min 100% oppriktige mening. Som dere ser, bruker jeg da også ekstra sterke ord i trådtittel og i tråden ellers om Tomras rolle i Integrea Plastics splitter nye "state of the art" produksjonsanlegg for resirkulering av plast som var arena for omvisning for nøkkelaktører innen industrien fra 31 nasjoner under året TOMRA LEADS konferanse med fokus på plast. Dette jeg kommer med nå, er mer enn forventet, for her kommer nyheten om at et tilsvarende produksjonsanlegg bygd rundt Tomras sorteringsteknologi nylig er åpnet i Brescia, Italia. Det som særlig gjør disse nyhetene om nye "state of the art" produksjonsanleggene for resirkulering av plast bygd rundt Tomras ditto sorteringsteknologi så ekstremt pontente i et Tomra-perspektiv, er at her er det private aktører som investerer digre summer, for å tjene penger! Dette er nytt, og en direkte følge av EUs plastdirektiv som nylig ble endelig vedtatt. Flere vil følge EU når det gjelder dette. Canada offentliggjorde f.eks, at de gjør det, for noen få dager siden så eg tror faktisk dette bare er begynnelsen. Jeg tror vi kommer til å få se slike produksjonsanlegg for resirkulering av plast bli åpnet overalt, med Tomras sorteringsteknologi som helt nødvendig nøkkelkomponent!

Voila! Enjoy!



MyReplast tries to recycle high efficiency

The first plant for the recycling of plastics of the Maire Tecnimont Group was inaugurated in the province of Brescia. 40,000 T/A with an declared yield of 95%.

June 13, 2019 11:44


NextChem, the company in the green chemistry created at the end of last Year By Maire Tecnimont, inaugurated yesterday in Bedizzole, in the province of Brescia, the plant for the recycling of plastics MyReplast Industries, which-also exploiting proprietary technologies-would be able to achieve a yield of 95%, obtaining at the end of the process a ready-to-use compound formulated on the specific needs of customers.

Advanced selection. The capacity is equal to more than 40 thousand tonnes of recycled polymers, starting from various types of post-consumer plastic waste coming from domestic waste selection centres, commercial platforms or industrial waste ( automobile components, food and industrial packaging waste, excluding scraps.

To achieve such a high yield, an "advanced selection" of plastic waste is performed, using over a dozen optical sensor stations provided By The market leader Tomra Sorting Recycling, with the Which Maire Tecnimont has collaborated in the development of technologies optimized for its processes.
According to Valerio Coppini, commercial Director Of Nextchem, the plant is able to obtain separate fractions by color and type of polymer-in some cases even for application of provenance-, in such a way as to have a controlled flow that facilitates the next compounding phase.
The selection follows the phases of washing and separation of pollutants by flotation, followed by granulation.

Then there'S THE COMPOUNDING. The material thus obtained is in part sent to a nearby plant of MyReplast Industries (Rezzato, BS), where a compounding line is in operation with capacity around 15 thousand tonnes per year, and partly transferred to the market. By being able to manage the whole process, from the refusal coming from the selection centres to the ready-to-use compound, MyReplast Industries can guarantee the quality and traceability of the second raw material along the whole process and Provide customers with a product that is in line with their needs. "In addition to the quality and mechanical features, the goal is also to provide a competitive recycled material on the market," says Coppini.

In This project-explained Fabrizio Di Amato, president and founder of the group Maire Tecnimont-did not follow the normal flow that starts from the disposable plastic waste to get to a regenerated to be placed on the market, but has made the Road backwards, starting from the needs of customers, then from the compound; Based on these characteristics MyReplast Industries is able to select and treat the second raw material in the most appropriate way, so as to obtain a material as similar to the Virgin, then with an approach of "upcycling" and not of mere " Recycling ".

INDUSTRIAL APPROACH TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY. "Our approach to the circular economy is purely industrial -stressed by Amato-and for this reason we have dedicated capital and human resources. In other words we want to be industrialists at the same time sustainable and innovative.

"Thanks to our leadership in manufacturing plants for production of hydrocarbon polymers, with NextChem we can play an accelerator role of the circular economy-concluded-, contributing to the growth of a new cycle Economic and employment that needs overall vision, industrial skills and entrepreneurial ability. In this field Italy can aspire to lead the transition to green chemistry, thanks to its great tradition of research, technology and industry.
Concept reiterated by Pierroberto Folgiero, CEO of Gruppo maire Tecnimont: "Applying the expertise of technologists and plant engineers to the new business of mechanical recycling offers interesting opportunities in a sector that has Need to industrialise The regeneration cycle of this type of materials. We once again confirm first mover as a developer in the field, from the supply of technology, to the realization of plants. "

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https://www.polimerica.it/articolo.asp?id=21995

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Nok en fanntastisk nyhet! Ikke sant? Etter 1 og 1/2 år med konstruksjon åpner Europas største og mest effektive sorteringsanlegg for plast, (selvfølgelig) bygd opp rundt Tomras sorteringsteknologi. :)


Sweden relies on technology from Germany for plastic sorting

After a year and a half of construction, the largest Swedish plastic sorting plant in Motala, Östergötland Province, was officially put into operation at the end of May.

18.06.2019


The supplier is the German plant manufacturer Sutco Recycling Technology. The client of the million project is the well-known Swedish organisation Svensk Plastervinning – formerly Plastkretsen – which in Sweden is responsible for the recycling of plastic packaging waste from households.

Matthias Philipsson, CEO of Svensk Plastervinning and operator of the turnkey-supplied sorting plant, is very satisfied with the result of the German-Swedish cooperation. The aim is for all plastic packaging on the Swedish market to be recycled and become new plastic products. According to Philipsson, the new plant meets all the prerequisites for this.

The new plant, which has been equipped with 19 NIR machines from Tomra, among others, will operate in 3 shifts with an annual capacity of 115,000 tonnes – 20 tonnes per hour –, making it Europe's largest and most efficient plant for sorting Plastic.

Source: Sutco

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https://www.recyclingmagazin.de/2019/06/18/schweden-setzt-bei-kunststoff-sortierung-auf-technologie-aus-deutschland/






https://www.greenbiz.com/article/how-artificial-intelligence-helps-recycling-become-more-circular
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Her skal dere få servert SPEKULASJON i tungvektsklassen mine venner. Skjønt jeg nesten er helt sikker på at dette er langt mer enn spekulasjon, velger jeg å skrive spekulasjon med store bokstaver da jeg ikke har konkret info om at Tomra har en rolle i dette gigantiske prosjektet. Poster på denne tråden fordi den handler om hvordan Tomras globalt markedsledende soreringsteknologi for blandet plastavfall er en helt sentral byggestein i Europas aller mest moderne produksjonsanlegg for resirkulert plast (se trådstart med flere innlegg på denne tråden).

Hvilket prosjekt snakker jeg så om? Jo, nyheten om Dow Inc. og SCG skal investere i felles prosjekter for resirkulering av plast i Thailand. Hvorfor tror jeg så Tomras sorteringteknologiteknologi får en sentral plass her? Jo, fordi Dow Inc. og SCG begge er blant grunnleggerne av THE ALLIANCE TO END PLASTIC WASTE, en organisasjon hvor Tomra også er med. Holder man det faktum sammen med hva denne tråden handler om (Tomras globalt markedsledende sorteringsteknologi for blandet plastavfall), ender vi etter min mening opp med regnestykket 1 + 1 = 2... Vurdér selv. Videre tror jeg vi kommer til å få se mange slike prosjekter rundt omkring i verden fremover.



September 09, 2019 10:02 AM

Dow, SCG to make recycled, sustainable products

FRANK ESPOSITO


In a far-reaching program, plastics and chemicals giant Dow Inc. will work with industrial firm SCG of Thailand on a range of sustainable products.

Products made by the partnership will include recycled resin, recycled products made from plastic waste, petrochemical feedstocks from plastic waste and renewable plastic resins. The agreement was signed Sept. 6 in Bangkok.

According to officials, the Dow/SCG partnership is based on "the shared vision to close the loop of plastics waste management for the reduction of plastic leakage to the environment." It's designed to add value to plastic waste and to prevent them from ending up in the environment, as well as to create a circular economy for plastic in Thailand.

"Our industry and society as a whole must do a better job of capturing and reusing plastic by scaling investments in collection, waste management, recycling technologies and new end markets," Dow CEO Jim Fitterling said in a news release. "Working together with companies like SCG, we can create a world where no plastic ends up in the environment."

SCG President and CEO Roongrote Rangsiyopash added that working with Midland, Mich.-based Dow "not only represents our joint commitment in taking action to solve problems through technology and to making real changes, but also provides us with new business opportunity, enhancing sustainability and bringing about practical solutions for recycling and upcycling of plastic waste in Thailand."

The partnership is aligned with the Thai government's ambition to increase the recycling rate of plastic waste in the country by 2027. Plastic waste in the environment is considered a critical environmental issue where Dow and SCG have innovated in the past. The firms worked together to use materials derived from transformed plastic waste in polymer-modified asphalt roads.

The Dow/SCG effort will add value to low-value or no-value plastic waste, such as multilayer plastics packaging and contaminated plastic waste, officials added.

Dow and SCG are founding members of the Alliance to End Plastic Waste, a not-for-profit organization which has pledged $1.5 billion to address the plastic waste issue.

Dow is a major producer of polyethylene resin as well as other specialty plastics and chemicals. The firm employs 37,000 worldwide and had sales of $50 billion in 2018.

Bangkok-based SCG, formerly known as Siam Cement Group, employs 54,000 and has annual sales of around $14 billion. Plastic products made by SCG include PE, PVC and polypropylene resins. The firm's other main business units are cement and packaging.

https://www.plasticsnews.com/news/dow-scg-make-recycled-sustainable-products



Hjemmesiden til The Alliance to End Plastic Waste:

https://endplasticwaste.org

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