Whether its high-speed optical sorters, ballistic separators, non-wrapping screens or robotics, materials recovery facilities are looking to advancements in technology to improve the quality of the materials they process.
In addition to its report, FPA released a fact sheet and infographic that are available for download.
In this month’s edition of Business Insights, we present highlights from several of the keynote presentations and the MRF Summit, as well as impressions from the exhibit hall floor.
The joint study between EREF and SWANA surveyed MRFs to estimate injury risk due to improperly disposed household needles.
During its initial installation at Penn Waste, Max-AI was integrated with a SpydIR unit that was designed to sort out paper at the pre-sort to a container line.
Submissions of scientific research pre-proposals related to residential recycling are due December 3.
Association is promoting a consistent methodology to use across the recycling industry.
Day two of WASTECON, the Solid Waste Association of North America’s biggest event, featured a range of education sessions and keynote panels.
NRT, a subsidiary of BHS, is focused on technology innovation, quality of manufacturing and a strong commitment to customer service.
A dozen jurisdictions in the state already require manufacturers to manage wasted drugs and/or sharps, but there has been pushback.